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Author Archives: The Governess

The Governess has worked in the Data Management industry since the stone age. She is brash, uncompromising and, to the relief of many, semi-retired. But above all, she is funny. She has joined the DGi as Humor Editor and brings us all the laughter we need to make it through the next meeting.

Data Cartoons: Mission Statement

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Data Cartoons: Stakeholders

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Data Cartoons: ROI

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Data Cartoons: Data Records

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Data Cartoons: … You’re gonna be in trouble!

Data Cartoons from The Data Governance Institute - Stakeholder Conversations

Data Cartoons: Wanna Keep Your Job? Try saying this instead...

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Data Cartoons: Wanna Keep Your Job?

Data Cartoons from The Data Governance Institute - Stakeholder Conversations

Data Cartoons from The Data Governance Institute - Wanna Keep Your Job? Try saying this instead...

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Data Cartoons: … Sucks to be you!

Data Cartoons from The Data Governance Institute - Stakeholder Conversations

Data Cartoons: Wanna Keep Your Job? Try saying this instead...

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Data Cartoons: … I hope we never have to…

Data Cartoons from The Data Governance Institute - Stakeholder Conversations

Data Governance Stakeholder Conversations Data Cartoon: What you really want to say…

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Data Cartoons: … What a pain!

Data Cartoons from The Data Governance Institute - Stakeholder Conversations

Data Cartoons: Wanna Keep Your Job? Try saying this instead...

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Data Cartoons: … I have no idea…

Data Cartoons from The Data Governance Institute - Stakeholder Conversations

Data Governance Stakeholder Conversations Data Cartoon: What you really want to say…

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