With people producing more than 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day, it’s only been natural that data and analytics have spread to the C-suite in the form of the chief data officer (CDO) position. At first, it happened in the financial (Cathryne Clay Doss, Capital One, 2002) and internet technology sectors (Usama Fayyad, Yahoo, 2004), before spreading to municipalities and the federal government.

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