Topic "Holistic Data Governance Solutions"

Asset in, Garbage Out: Measuring Data Degradation

Republished, by popular demand Following up on the discussion I started on GovernYourData.com (thanks to all who provided great feedback), here’s my full proposal on this topic:   We all know about the “Garbage In/Garbage Out” reality that data quality and data governance practitioners have been fighting against for decades. If you don’t trust data... more

5 things Business Execs Need to Know About Data

Whether you’re a CFO, CMO, Head of Sales, Risk, Compliance, Human Resources, having the right data in your business applications is critical for success.  Unfortunately, most business executives are often shielded from what really goes on under the cover, where all that data comes from, how it gets transformed, cleansed, and delivered into your CRM,... more

Business-Led Transformation Is Value-Centric

Transformation roadmaps in many businesses tend to have a heavy technology focus, to the point where organizations invest millions of dollars in initiatives with no clear business value. In addition, numerous tactical projects funded each year have little understanding of how or even if, they align from a business perspective. Management often fall victim to... more

Empowering Your Organization with 3 Views of Customer Data

According to Accenture – 2013 Global Consumer Pulse Survey, “85 percent of customers are frustrated by dealing with a company that does not make it easy to do business with them, 84 percent by companies promising one thing, but delivering another; and 58 percent are frustrated with inconsistent experiences from channel to channel.” Consumers expect... more

Highlights of a Data Quality Love Fest – IDQ Summit 2014

Over 100 hardcore data quality professionals gathered at IDQ Summit 2014, held in Richmond, Virginia from 10/6 – 10/9. The agenda was fully packed. Over 40 sessions were launched during the two-day main conference period. In addition, there were two full-day of tutorials being held before and after the conference, covering topics from data quality... more

Keeping Information Governance Relevant

Gartner’s official definition of Information Governance is “…the specification of decision rights and an accountability framework to encourage desirable behavior in the valuation, creation, storage, use, archival and deletion of information. It includes the processes, roles, standards, and metrics that ensure the effective and efficient use of information in enabling a business to achieve its... more