Your Data Supply Chains Are Probably a Mess. Here’s How to Fix Them.

Data is more important than ever, but most organizations still struggle with a few common issues: They focus more on data infrastructure than data products; data is often created with the needs of a particular department in mind, but little thought for the end use; they lack a common “data language” with each department coding and classifying with their own system; and they’re increasingly focused on outside data, but have few quality control systems in place.

About George Veth

George Veth is a consultant in the areas of strategy execution and initiative management. Most recently, he has been leading a cross-boundary collaboration program with teams from cities across North America and Europe. He lives in Cambridge, MA, and runs a nonprofit SME Impact Fund in East Africa. His subject matter interests are organizational culture, management [system] innovation, and public value management.