The importance of data quality for organizational health and resilience
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The importance of data quality for organizational health and resilience

7 months ago · 4 min read

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Does your not-for-profit view data as an organizational asset whose value and health you seek to optimize? Many organizations do not, and this has resulted in poor data quality, leaving leaders in the lurch when they need support for urgent business decisions. Reliable data is critical to decision making. This is especially true during times of disruption when not-for-profit leaders need to make decisions quickly and often.

Data quality refers to whether the condition of data is suitable to support

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