How to Save a Failing Data Governance Program
DATE: June 11, 2018
TIME: 08:30 AM – 11:45 AM
About the Presentation
Data Governance programs tend to take a long time to get started, to gain momentum and to demonstrate measurable value to the organization. Over this period, programs often fail to sustain the level of enthusiasm that existed when the program was just starting. There are many reasons for this. Management interest wanes, new projects grab people’s interests and work group meetings cease to be efficient and effective.
In this tutorial, Bob Seiner will identify and address the reasons why Data Governance programs fall apart or fail to be sustainable over lengthy periods. The initial approach to developing the program has something to do with it but lack of focus on essential program components is the true villain. Bob will share techniques that he has developed to assure long term program health.
In this tutorial, Bob will share:
- Ways to recognize that your program is dying
- Core program components that require sustained attention
- Steps to follow to prevent an early program demise
- Ways to extend program enthusiasm
- How to assure program continuity and longevity
About the Speakers
Robert S. Seiner is the President and Principal of KIK Consulting & Educational Services and the Publisher of The Data Administration Newsletter (TDAN.com). Bob was recently awarded the DAMA Professional Award for significant and demonstrable contributions to the data management industry. Bob specializes in “non-invasive data governance”, data stewardship, and meta-data management solutions.