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CEOs have rosier view of data initiatives than rest of management

Thor Olavsrud | Jan. 23, 2015
A study by the Economist Intelligence Unit reports hat CEOs tend to have a much more positive view of the current status and benefits of data initiatives than lower-level management in their organisations.

The Economist Intelligence Unit surveyed 362 respondents globally for its study. Fifteen percent were chief executives or presidents, 29 percent were in other C-level roles, 25 percent were managing directors, executive directors or heads of business units, and 31 percent were senior vice presidents, vice presidents or directors.


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