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June 29, 2022
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Failure to put employees at heart of data strategy costs UK firms £10bn in lost productivity

A new report from Qlik and Accenture, titled “The Human Impact of Data Literacy” and conducted on behalf of The Data Literacy Project, claims that while most organisations understand the incredible opportunity of data, a gap has emerged between organisations’ aspirations to be data-driven and their employees’ ability to create business value with data. The report argues that data is a ‘gold mine’ that can fuel a culture of innovation and growth as part of a data strategy. However, when employees struggle to make sense of data, productivity and business value can be affected. The survey of 1,000 UK employees…
Failure to put employees at heart of data strategy costs UK firms £10bn in lost productivity

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