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Slides: Let’s talk Metadata: Strategies and Successes

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About the Presentation

Commonly described as metadata management, properly implemented metadata practices incorporate data structures into more abstract processing.  By using data about the data to enhance its value, its understandability, ease of use and many other options, organizations have developed sophisticated ways to enhance their data management and especially their data quality engineering efforts.  Join us to learn more about specific metadata benefits and how to leverage it to achieve success within your organization.

Learning Objectives:

  • What is Metadata?  Why is Metadata important?
  • Major metadata types & subject areas
  • Important metadata benefits
  • Metadata strategies & implementation
  • Frameworks
  • How to leverage metadata to your success
  • Guiding principles & best practices


About the Speaker

Peter Aiken is an award-winning, internationally recognized thought leader in the area of organizational data management, architecture, and engineering. As a practicing data manager, consultant, author and researcher, he has been actively performing and studying these areas for more than 30 years. His sixth book is titled XML in Data Management. He has held leadership positions with the US Department of Defense and consulted with more than 50 organizations in 20 different counties. Dr. Aiken’s achievements have resulted in recognition in Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century and bibliographic entries in Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, and other recognitions. His entertaining but clear and concise insights make him a sought after speaker, lecturer and consultant. He is an Associate Professor in Virginia Commonwealth University’s Information Systems Department and the Founding Director of datablueprint.com.


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