Tag "Data Governance Tool"
In recent years, more and more organizations are turning to data to help them make better, more informed decisions. This pursuit to become more data-driven has long been a goal from executive boards down through the C-suite and into individual teams. But, reaching the holy grail is not so easy. In a new survey from... more
Whether you’re merely considering investment in a data governance effort, embarking on a data governance journey of your own, or looking to communicate the value of active, ongoing data governance efforts, it is essential to identify the types of metrics that are relevant to your business stakeholders. Data governance is an area that is somewhat... more
The focus for the majority of my Informatica blog posts so far this year has been to highlight interviews with our data governance customers, to share their opinions and introduce their story. It’s all part of a new program that we’re calling the Data Empowerment Experts, a series of monthly webinars that let you hear... more
It’s phenomenal to consider how much change we are all currently experiencing. On so many levels, our country and others across the globe are dealing not only with the coronavirus pandemic, but new financial and technological pressures to rebuild our economies and our communities in foundational ways. Critical to any society are all types of organizations... more
The Data Governance Silo Breaking through silos within organizations is often a primary focus of modern data governance initiatives. This is a sensible objective, as it’s only when we collaborate across disciplines and functions that we can begin to gather a holistic view of our data and business landscapes, and ultimately make better-informed decisions. However,... more
Where to begin? Governance is far more than just keeping a good glossary of business terms up to date. In fact, governance should bring together all sorts of different data assets and perspectives. From glossary and data inventories, to processes and policies and organizational views, there is a whole lot to think about. There will... more
If you ask anyone who has been involved with a Data Governance (DG) initiative, they will tell you that the hardest part is not the technology, but the cultural change required to support it. Technology eases the path, but any tool is only as good as what is put into it and only as current... more