How to Get Started with Data Governance
Robert S. Seiner, Publisher/President, TDAN.com/KIK Consulting
Tutorial – Monday, December 4, 2017 – 8:30-11:45 am
When building a Data Governance program for a financial organization, there are two different ways to collect and use the metadata that moves the organization toward formalized accountability. Organizations can purchase or use software tools that are currently available on the market or they can build tools internally specific to their programs requirements. It is less expensive to start by building your own tools.
In this session with Bob Seiner, he will share several governance artifacts (tools that you can develop yourself) that are specifically focused on the needs of a financial organization. These artifacts can be used to enact stewards, engage them in governed processes, and communicate and enforce compliance and privacy rules. Attend this session and you will walk away with tangible tools to move your data governance program forward.
In this session, Bob will share:
- The advantage of building your own tools first
- Requirements for tools you can build yourself
- Several key artifacts to execute authority over data
- How to use the tools to benefit your organization
- How to build artifacts that are easy to explain and use