1) Start Where You Are
You'll need to start with an honest self-assessment. Focus on how well (or not) you're employing analytic capabilities, and on which capabilities you need to acquire. Set goals for improvement based on what you find. For example, if your analytic capabilities are divided into business function-specific silos, set a long-term goal of having them integrated across the business functions, and develop a roadmap to get there.
2) Ask Crunchy Questions
Crunchy questions help you find out what really drives value in your business processes and focus on the root cause of outcomes to what happened in the past. They help you understand what's happening now and why, and whether these events are consistent with forecasts and expectations. They also help you watch for expected events and predict what might happen in the future, based on past and current experience.