What does it mean for an organization to be data-driven? How does an organization get there? Many organizations think that they are data-driven but the reality is that few genuinely are and that we could all do better. In this talk, I cover what it truly means to be data driven. The answer, it turns out, is not to do with the latest tools and technologies (although they can help) but having an appropriate data culture than spans the whole organization, where data is accessible broadly, embedded into operations and processes, and enables effective decision making. In this presentation, I dissect what an effective data-driven culture entails, covering facets such as data leadership, data literacy, and A/B testing, illustrating concepts with examples from different industries as well as personal experience.