While this is a nice neat ending - it's always great to have something come full circle, identify a need, solve the problem and everyone go home, we don't believe that this is as simple as that. It feels at times as if data is a living breathing organism which constantly morphs and seems to follow the laws of evolution.
To run with the analogy, it is the business which is the organism and the data is the lifeblood that runs within it making sure everything works the way it is supposed to. If the first generation CDO takes this data and makes it trustworthy and relevant, and the second generation derives the value from it; what would a third generation or beyond have to do? Or do we just stick at a second generation or assume companies can cope on their own now? So even when you get something that big under control, do you expect it to stay in the nice little box we put it in?
Honestly we can't see it. Data wouldn't have become such a problem in the first place if the business were capable of dealing with it on its own and we are taking a liberty here of assuming it couldn't, some smaller organisations who managed their own data effectively won't need a CDO, that part comes down to business strategy.
The CDO position arose from a genuine enterprise level business need - so we think we will see larger complex businesses needing a CDO in some shape or form going forward. It is that 'shape or form' which we believe is up for debate. Now, it would easy at this point to say something glib like "we never know what the future holds" and while there is always truth in that statement, we are supposed to be the pioneers in this area, so for us to just hold our hands up and say we haven't got a clue feels cowardly.
Bear with us a whilst we skip around a little bit, but there are lots of prediction about how many CDOs will be seen as failures approx. There will be lots of reasons for this failure, round pegs in square holds, culture clashes, competing demands etc.
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They might have a really clear idea of what they don't want to happen anymore — data failures, wasting money, safety critical decisions not being made, but few have a clear idea of what the utopian data future will bring. Since they don't know what they want, the CDO becomes a bit of a hot potato, where do they put this new person?
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