Perceptions of Data Adequacy Vary Across Managers

In the final article of our 4-part series on the results of our 2014 Survey of Use of Data in Barbadian Organisations, we delve deeper into managers’ perceptions of data adequacy. The first article in this series looked at The Relationship Between Data Practices and Financial Performance; the second considered Attitudes Towards External Information, while the third analysed How Companies Use Available Data.

In this final instalment, we looked at how the perceptions of data adequacy varied depending on managers’ levels, roles and functions. We found that there were noticeable differences when assessing their level of satisfaction with data availability and data usage, but there was little variation when considering their level of satisfaction with the perceived impact of data on their operations.

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