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Data Governance and Systemic Data Management Issues

We have been looking at how data management issues can be classified, and in my last post I provided five categories, but broken them down into two groups: Systemic and System. The systemic issues are ones in which process or management gaps allow data flaws to be introduced. A good example occurs when consumers of reports from the data warehouse insist that the data sets are incomplete, and the root cause is that the processes in which the data is initially collected or created do not comply with the downstream requirement for capturing the missing values. (more…)

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Data Management Issue Categories

In my last post I started to talk about ideas for classifying the data management issues, with the reasoning that it will help to determine the feasibility that the expectation that acquiring a particular solution will actually address the core issues. I actually have used this categorization with some of our customers, and the process of classification does lend some clarity when considering solutions. There are five categories: (more…)

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