With all the demand for data professionals these days, leading organizations with data analytics tend to be those that cultivate analytics talent from within rather than strictly seeking it in the job market.

That is one of the findings of the recent “Leadership Excellence in Analytics Practice (LEAP) Study” from A.T. Kearney, which found that even two-thirds of those organizations identified as ‘leaders’ were unable to meet the demand for data talent over the past year. A.T. Kearney’s Christian Hagen, partner in the Strategic Information Technology Practice at A.T Kearney, spoke with Information Management the study findings and the impact on data talent recruitment.

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