January 4, 2017 This webinar has passed. The recording will be made available in the Members Only section at www.dgpo.org.
TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific
PRICE: Free to all attendees
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About the Webinar
This case study reviews TIAA’s approach to developing and establishing best practices within their Finance and Actuarial functions to implement Data Governance Policy and Standards.
How do you turn a dryly worded policy document into a dynamic set of practices that will engage your organization, focus on changing behaviors, and ultimately improve the quality of your data? This session will review our approach to engaging our 650-employee finance and actuarial team and building out an operating model necessary to implement the critical components of our policies and standards. TIAA has stepped away from the traditional audit/command and control approach used for most policy rollouts and built a practice based approach that is flexible enough to integrate into operational processes or the SDLC.
This presentation will cover:
– Key success factors – what outcome do you really want?
– Components of a solid foundation within your policy to build upon
– Building accountability within your organization
– Establishing flexibility and autonomy into your operating model without losing transparency
About the Speaker
Data Governance Manager, TIAA
Carrie Fawcett joined TIAA in 2015 and is currently responsible for the development and implementation of business-led, data governance practices and capabilities at TIAA. Mrs. Fawcett assists business area sponsors in developing proper data and process governance capabilities wherever they are required, including Tax, Corporate Services, Regulatory Reporting, and Financial management. Mrs. Fawcett also participates in the Finance & Actuarial Data Governance Committee, the Enterprise Reference Data Workgroup and the company’s Enterprise Data Governance Council.
Prior to joining TIAA, Mrs. Fawcett worked as a Data Steward Executive at Bank of America. During this time, she lead the implementation of data practices for Corporate Finance including BCBS 239/Risk Data Aggregation strategy and the implementation of authoritative data sources inclusive of adoption and remediation. Mrs. Fawcett also has experience in the development of common customer master data.
Prior to working at Bank of America, Mrs. Fawcett spent 10 years implementing Business Intelligence solutions for Information Builders, Inc.