Only 3% of Companies’ Data Meets Basic Quality Standards

The Irish Management Institute’s Tadhg Nagle and David Sammon, alongside Thomas C. Redman, today published their research in the Harvard Business Review about the quality of data within Irish companies.

75 CEO’s were interviewed as part of the process and asked to review the data quality in their company. The results do not make for encouraging reading, except for those looking to exploit a competitive advantage over their rivals.

You can read the full article here.

Tadgh and David are both programme directors for the IMI Diploma in Data Business.