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2018 DATAVERSITY Top 20

As we wrap up 2018 and prepare ourselves for 2019, it’s time to take a moment to review and reflect. And while in review, we take the opportunity to look at the content published, produced, and consumed over the last year. In looking at the top 20 published articles and blogs of the year, Machine […]

The Right Data Governance for Your Organization’s Culture

“If you pay attention to how many times you hear conference speakers use the word ‘culture,’ you’re going to be surprised,” remarked Mary Levins, founder of Sierra Creek Consulting, during her DATAVERSITY® Enterprise Data World Conference presentation titled The Culture-Centric Approach to Data Governance. She co-presented with Cassie Elder, the owner of DataCraft Partners. They […]

Data Strategy vs. Data Architecture

“Data Leadership is about understanding the organization’s relationship with data and seeking ways to help the organization meet its goals using whatever tools are available,” said Anthony Algmin, of Algmin Data Leadership in a recent DATAVERSITY® interview. Within that overall Data Leadership Framework, sit Data Strategy and Data Architecture as individual disciplines. Data Strategy Companies […]

The Future of Data Governance: Balancing Data Governance and Data Management

“How do you create a competitive advantage for business partners by delivering fast access to high quality data, instilling confidence and supporting data driven decision making?” asked Ursula Cottone, Chief Data Officer (CDO) of Citizens Bank. As the keynote speaker at the DATAVERSITY® Enterprise Data Governance Online Conference (EDGO), she tackled this question in her […]

How Can the Chief Data Officer Facilitate Data Literacy and Data Democracy?

“Data Literacy: It’s all about how to get people in an organization engaged so that they can make decisions and take actions that can collectively drive better decision-making,” said Harald Smith, Director of Product Management at Syncsort. Smith is a strong proponent of Data Democracy. “Data Democratization” is the idea that digital information should be […]

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