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The New Data-Centric Organization: Leave the Duct Tape Behind

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Stan Christiaens believes that the fourth industrial revolution is here, and if you want to be part of it, you’ll have to become a data-driven company. Speaking at the DATAVERSITY© Enterprise Data World 2017 Conference, Christiaens said during his presentation titled “The #1 Reason You’re Not a Data-Driven Company” that many companies try to adopt […]

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Standardizing Data Management and Data Governance Services (A Second Look)

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Click to learn more about author Tejasvi Addagada. To read the first part of this series click here. A well-defined Operating Model plays a vital role in achieving expected business benefits. Embarking on a Data Governance journey in an enterprise that spans divisions, geographies, and diverse stakeholders requires a good understanding of how various nuances of […]

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