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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 DATAVERSITY® interview. Within that overall Data Leadership Framework, sit Data Strategy and Data Architecture as individual disciplines. Data Strategy Companies often […]

2020 DATAVERSITY Top 20

With 2020 now behind us, we here at DATAVERSITY are taking a moment to look back on the hits and misses of this unprecedented year. What content did you, our readers, seek out most during challenging times? Which topics helped you succeed as a data professional, and what should we focus more on in 2021 […]

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 […]

Seven Tools for Effective CDO Leadership

The position of Chief Data Officer (CDO) is relatively new in the federal government, and emerging regulations are providing leadership opportunities for the CDO. A new law, the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act, went into effect on January 14, 2019, establishing a set of standards and practices for the United States federal government to modernize […]

Maturing Data Governance and Data Literacy to Serve Organizations Better

Maturing Data Governance means growing an organization’s conception and management of its data assets from a narrow IT project conception to the broader business. Organizations can no longer ignore this approach as they drive to digitally transform, improve business efficiency and effectiveness through digitization and human resources. Al-Ruithe, et al. hammer this point home by […]

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