CDOs reflect on the challenges to building a data-driven culture in government

Paul Lodge, Chief Data Officer at DWP, is on a panel discussion about the challenges and benefits of thinking differently about data. He is joined by Sigrit Siht, Estonia's senior official behind the world’s first public service AI-based virtual assistant, and Deloitte's Nadun Muthukumarana in an engaging conversation about what organisations can do to embed a data-driven decision-making culture within their teams. 

We discussed key aspects of data-driven decision making, including:

  • * What is data-driven culture and why is it important now?
  • * How can organisations embed this new data-driven culture within their teams?
  • * The role of staff in adopting a data-centric culture
  • * The value of open-source data for data-driven decision making
  • * The technical and cultural barriers in the transition to a data-driven culture
  • * The technology supporting data-led decision making

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