The ranks of the chief data officer are rapidly increasing, to the tune of a 150 percent increase in2015. Newly appointed and newly hired CDOs are understandably looking for advice on how to best organize their operations.

In response, research firm Gartner Inc. has identified four design principles that CDOs should apply when designing their role and reporting structure. There is no “one right way” to organize the CDO office, but certain principles should always apply.

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