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BUILDING DATA MONETIZATION CAPABILITIES THAT PAY OFF

This audio edition of the November 2019 research briefing describes how data monetization is evolutionary, and digital leaders must be persistent and purposed as they make capability investments.
Abstract

Data monetization—the direct or indirect conversion of data and analytics into financial returns—represents a key source of economic value for companies in the digital economy. This briefing draws on findings from an MIT CISR data monetization survey of 315 executives, sharing insights regarding the current state of data monetization capabilities and their impact on data monetization performance. The briefing explains that data monetization capabilities are evolutionary and specific to the monetization approach, which means that digital leaders must be persistent and purposed as they make capability investments.

The November 2019 research briefing is read by Stephanie Woerner.

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Killian Farrell, Master of Business Analytics Candidate, Class of 2020, MIT Sloan, Operations Research Center

MIT CENTER FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH (CISR)

Founded in 1974 and grounded in MIT's tradition of combining academic knowledge and practical purpose, MIT CISR helps executives meet the challenge of leading increasingly digital and data-driven organizations. We work directly with digital leaders, executives, and boards to develop our insights. Our consortium forms a global community that comprises more than seventy-five organizations.

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