Defining your culture
Before you can change your organisation’s culture, you need to understand and define it by creating a standard terminology that everyone uses.
- Setting rules
Defining terminology creates a set of universal rules, and the objectivity of a data-driven rules-based approach uncovers insights that drive success without any restricting factors.
- Removing risk
Removing personal risk shifts focus from the individual to the outcome, enabling decision making led by scientific basis rather than personal viewpoint.
- Building the right skill set
Changing a company culture to drive digital transformation depends on a data-driven mindset throughout the organisation.
Moving from subjective, intuition-led decisions to objective, data-driven decision making demands a shift in your company culture. So how can you achieve this?
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The benefits of a data-driven culture
Performance: a data-driven culture drives a high-performance culture, where issues can be identified rapidly and precisely.
Democracy: open access to data reinforces a culture of democracy, as every team member is aware of the big picture and the role they play within the organisation.
Empowerment: a culture where every individual feels able to suggest solutions to problems is synonymous with talent retention and business transformation.