Skip to 0 minutes and 4 secondsAs we've progressed through the course, we've introduced various elements of data maturity, from looking specifically at data from reporting, to insight, to innovation. To adding in further dimensions, environment, the wider organisation, ambition, and alignment with the business ambition, and finally, your ability to execute. But bringing this all together, we create a data maturity matrix. We often ask people to fill in this matrix so they can identify where they are now, and where they need to be next. It's a useful tool for promoting self reflection and identifying questions that need to be answered. In this section we bring together all these dimensions to create a single matrix and ask you to mark yourself against it.
Data Maturity Matrix
By bringing these conversations together:
Success model (Click to expand)
and adding a maturity scale:
Maturity Scale (Click to expand)
we create the data maturity matrix:
Maturity Matrix (Click to expand)
Let’s use the workbooks to bring this alive.
I would like you to fill this in the maturity matrix so that you can identify where you are on the matrix right now.
There are a number of different perspectives from which you can complete the assessment:
- Your maturity as an individual.
- Your maturity as a department and/or an organisation.
- Your customers’ maturity?
- Your stakeholders’ maturity?
Each of these questions can result in different scores, sometimes even a range of scores i.e. “my organisation has capabilities that lie between ad-hoc and competitive”.
Can you go ahead and complete the Data Maturity Matrix for where you are right now.
This is a useful tool for promoting self-reflection and identifying questions that need to be answered. How did you fill in the canvas? And do you have any thoughts you want to share with the other learners?
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