There’s a data literacy gap in Australia and businesses’ failure to put employees at heart of data strategy is costing the country $13.8 billion in lost productivity, according to a new report.
Eight in 10 businesses globally - including in Australia - believe data is one of their most valuable assets, but a high degree of data “inaccuracy” is hindering critical initiatives, according to new research which found that data debt - the cost attached to poor governance of data in a business—is a challenge for 78% of organisations, with 28% overall saying it is a significant problem.
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