November 8, 2012 This webinar has passed. The recording is available On Demand.
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About the Presentation
Data Governance is a rapidly increasing priority for many enterprises, especially in industries such as financial services, healthcare, insurance and energy, where regulation is imposing significant new compliance and reporting requirements. The relationship of data governance to both the data and enterprise architectures of an organization is critical to ensuring the alignment of governance with the needs of the business. This tutorial examines what data architecture and data governance are, and approaches for successfully aligning them.
Attendees will learn:
• What data architecture is. How it compares to enterprise and software architecture
• What Data Governance is, and why is it of increasing importance?
• How to establish an architectural framework to drive a data governance program
• Specific architectural elements that constitute a roadmap for governance
• The relationship of architectural competences to high-level governance involving both IT and the business
• The role of metrics, and how to create a useful feedback loop
• The overall structure of the governance program and how to keep it sustainable
• Accounting for big data and new technologies
About the Speaker
Malcolm Chisholm has over 25 years experience in data management, and has worked in a variety of sectors, including finance, insurance, manufacturing, government, defense and intelligence, pharmaceuticals, and retail. He is an independent consultant specializing in data governance, master data management, metadata engineering, business rules management/execution, data architecture and design, and the organization of Enterprise Information Management. Malcolm is a well-known presenter at conferences in the US and Europe, writes columns in trade journals, and has authored the books: Managing Reference Data in Enterprise Databases; How to Build a Business Rules Engine; and Definitions in Information Management. He holds an M.A. from the University of Oxford and a Ph.D. from the University of Bristol, and can be contacted at email@example.com.