Data-driven leadership promotes change success
A key influencing factor for change success is data-driven leadership. Leaders who adopt data-driven approaches strengthen employees’ trust in the organization and thus increase change success by 23 percent.
Data transparency increases change success
Employees also feel a higher level of being informed when data used in the change process is handled transparently. The result is an increased sense of control, which in turn has a positive effect on change success. Specifically, 86 percent of employees in the study said they felt they could influence change when working in a data-driven organization.
Data maturity is essential for commitment and proactivity
The study also demonstrates that a high level of data maturity, the ability of an organization to meaningfully use its data, strengthens the learning culture in an organization. This learning culture is essential for commitment and proactivity in change. Organizations that rely on comprehensive data analytics show a 24 percent higher commitment to a learning culture and are more successful in implementing change for this reason.