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Assigning Data Ownership

One of the tenets of Data Governance is that enterprise data doesn’t “belong” to individuals. It is an asset that belongs to the enterprise. Still, it needs to be managed. Some organizations assign “owners” to data, while others shy away ...

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Goals and Principles for Data Governance

What do you want Data Governance to accomplish? Regardless of the focus of your program, chances are you hope to accomplish the following universal goals for Data Governance programs: Goal – Enable better decision-making Goal – Reduce operational friction Goal – Protect the ...

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Funding for Data Stewardship / Data Quality / Issue Analysis

Most organizations with formal Data Governance efforts give a significant level of attention to ongoing Data Stewardship efforts, resolving issues that arise as natural conflicts between stakeholders are uncovered, and/or Data Quality efforts.   Typically, organizations choose one of five ...

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Funding for Ongoing Data Governance

Data Governance programs generally include ongoing efforts designed to help the company achieve one of three universal value mandates: Increase revenue and value Manage cost and complexity Ensure survival through attention to risk and vulnerabilities: compliance, security, privacy, etc. These ...

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