It is easy to see why the notion of appointing a Chief Data Officer or Chief Digital Officer as a “quick fix” catalyst for accelerating digital innovation efforts has gained traction with many organizations.

A recent Genpact Research Institute study found that more than two thirds of digital transformation projects fail to meet expectations. Further, just 35 percent of operational executives have seen strong benefits from the digital initiatives they have implemented. Why the shortfall between expectations and reality?

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