Data & Analytics leaders are in increasingly high demand. Four years ago, executive level interaction with data teams was virtually non-existent, but today 20% of Fortune 100 companies now have dedicated Data & Analytics leadership.

In 2015, Russell Reynolds Associates partnered on more than three times the number of Data & Analytics searches than in the year prior, and expects the trend to repeat itself in 2016 based on January’s activity. Since the development of the first senior Data and Analytics positions, heads of Data have been primarily tasked with data quality, enablement, and governance, and heads of Analytics have been primarily responsible for driving marketing and customer insights.

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