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Real-World Data Governance Webinar: Data Governance Roles and Responsibilities

Roles and responsibilities are a critical component of every Data Governance program. Building a set of roles that are practical and that will not interfere with people’s “day jobs” is an important consideration that will influence how well your program is adopted. This tutorial focuses on sharing a proven model guaranteed to represent your organization.…

Real-World Data Governance Webinar: The Role of Metadata in a Data Governance Program

It is impossible to formally govern or manage any-“thing” without information about that “thing.” This certainly holds true for data and information. Data about the data improves confidence in data. Data about data engages and activates people that define, produce, and use data in your organization. Data about data is metadata. Join Bob Seiner for…

Real-World Data Governance Webinar: The Impact of Data Governance on Data Literacy

Gartner defines Data Literacy as the ability to read, write, and communicate data in context, including an understanding of data sources and constructs, analytical methods, and techniques applied, and the ability to describe the use case, application, and resulting value. That is a mouthful and fair definition. Everything included in the definition screams the need…

Real-World Data Governance Webinar: Data Governance to Build Data Intelligence

Is data intelligence a real thing? How is it related to business intelligence? Isn’t the goal of every data-focused investment to become more intelligent in how we define, produce, and use data? In this webinar these questions will be answered. Join Bob Seiner and his special guest, Dave Kellogg (not confirmed yet), for a lively…

Real-World Data Governance Webinar: Who Should Own Data Governance – IT or Business?

The question is asked all the time: “What part of the organization should own your Data Governance program?” The typical answers are “the business” and “IT (information technology).” Another answer to that question is “Yes.” The program must be owned and reside somewhere in the organization. You may ask yourself if there is a correct…