A growing number of organizations are creating the role of chief data officer, but in many cases the appointed individual lacks clearly defined responsibilities or adequate resources and budget.

That is among the findings of a new study on the CDO role by Experian entitled “The Chief Data Officer: Powering Business Opportunities With Data.” The firm first conducted a study on the emerging CDO role several years ago, and this report was intended to be a follow-up to that study.

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