Gartner promotes data and information as the second language of business. Yet new research shows that business leaders are struggling to understand and work with data themselves. And that’s leading to widespread deficiency in data confidence.
“In a recent Censuswide survey on behalf of Qlik, more than 7,300 business decision makers, just 24% consider themselves data literate.”
Without data literacy, leaders can’t thrive in today’s analytics economy nor can they drive any cultural change toward leading with data across their organizations.