Creating a Data-Driven Culture

Shifting a corporate culture from an intuition-driven approach to an objective, data-driven culture can be a challenge. But when face-to-face with evidence that supports your gut feel or better yet, proves it was wrong – it’s hard to turn away from data’s proof. Data adds clarity. It accelerates consensus. It speeds decisions. It helps us tell stories. Meet three professionals who place a great deal of faith in the power of data – and learn how they’ve improve operations, empowered users, encouraged intellectual curiosity, “democratized” data, and informed strategy by promoting a data-driven culture.


  • Sheel Bhatiani, Lead Software Developer, Cheyne Capital
  • Jon Boeckenstedt, Associate Vice President-Enrollment Policy and Planning
  • Zach Leber, Assistant Director of Informatics-Genome Sequencing Platform, The Broad Institute