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View from the top on GDPR impact: Chief Privacy Officers

Chief Privacy Officers

As we have now all survived #GDPRday, I thought it might be interesting to hear the views of Chief Privacy Officers. This post is intended as the first of a few, sharing interviews with senior leadership roles. Those roles with greatest responsibility for GDPR & involvement in continued work to achieve full compliance. To start, as we make our way around the pantheon of today’s C-Suite roles, let’s start with.. Read More

Business lessons, from GDPR, as just another external change

business lessons

With so much focus on the detail of GDPR, let’s take some time to look at the business lessons from this external change. Whatever the size of your business, the world around you changes & you need to be able to adapt. Regulation is just one of those key drivers of external change. So, to help us reflect on the business lessons from preparing for GDPR, I’m delighted to welcome.. Read More

GDPR impacts: 7 Questions to Ask Your research panel provider

panel provider

How does GDPR impact your use of a research panel provider? Last month, we shared various posts related to market research. Balancing our content focussed on data & analytics, with tips & resources for research leaders. This month, with May 25th deadline looming, we have focussed on GDPR. So, I’m glad to have a guest post to share, that covers both those themes. Guest blogger Johnny Caldwell (and his team.. Read More

Turning back the Marketing Analytics clock? GDPR & location data

marketing analytics clock

As you prepare for GDPR compliance day (25th May), are you turning back your marketing analytics clock? With a particular focus on use of location data, guest blogger Tony Boobier returns with a different perspective. This builds on his previous post, suggesting that GDPR challenged the ‘Big Data mindset’. Now, I am on record as stating that I see GDPR as a positive development. Enhanced consumer rights & an opportunity.. Read More

Ready for GDPR? No? Don’t panic, keep calm & check this now

Ready for GDPR

The time is almost upon us, are you ready for GDPR? No? Well join the queue. It seems the norm, amongst the leaders & analysts I meet, to feel under-prepared. Despite what has been a two-year, preparation period, most organisations are not ready. But, that doesn’t mean you need to panic. As with most challenges in business life, the worst reaction is panic. Whether that is being like an ostrich.. Read More

Customer Data Record Quality – reporting metrics for a broader view

Continuing our series on best practice in data quality, we turn to customer data record quality reporting. I hope you’ve been finding Paul’s series useful. It has certainly reminded me as to the need to focus on monitoring your data quality. It’s such an essential foundation to more advanced analytics work. Plus, our joint event with MyCustomer, reminded delegates of data quality as a GDPR requirement. We’ve already seen 11.. Read More

GDPR requires data quality, sharing survey results in the home of hampers

GDPR requires data quality

Amidst all the focus on GDPR, it’s easy to forget that GDPR requires data quality. Over a Fortnum & Mason’s breakfast, I had the chance to discuss this neglected aspect. So much of the social media buzz around GDPR focusses on contentious topics like when you need opt-in consent. Individuals rights to opt out of profiling, be forgotten & Privacy by Design, all these GDPR topics have had their limelight… Read More