Learning Plan: Non-Invasive Metadata Governance

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Learning Plan Price: $399 
Individual Course Price: $99
Learning Plan CEUs: 5.0 hours

In the Non-Invasive Metadata Governance Learning Plan, instructor Robert S. Seiner focuses on implementing the governance of metadata following the Non-Invasive Data Governance™ approach. This series of five courses discusses why metadata is a critical component of a successful Data Governance program and improves the return on essential data-oriented investments like analytics, data protection, Data Quality, and Master Data Management (MDM). But it won’t govern itself. If all five courses are completed, a certificate of completion will be issued.

This Learning Plan examines Metadata Governance through a detailed and focused approach that covers many different topics including: the overall conceptual foundation of the Non-Invasive Approach, how to sell Metadata Governance to important stakeholders, the importance of meta-models, selecting the right metadata assets to govern, how to align metadata with overall Data Governance, roles and responsibilities, measuring the value and success of the program, effective use of metadata tools, how to do a metadata tool RFP, building successful communication around metadata, integrating Metadata Governance into business processes, and so much more.

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Each Course Includes:

  • A 43- to 49-minute educational training video
  • A 15- to 23-question exam
  • Materials made available for download once the exam has been completed
  • Self-paced and on-demand e-learning
  • Unlimited course access

Courses within the Non-Invasive Metadata Governance Learning Plan:

  1. Concepts of Non-Invasive Metadata Governance
  2. Metadata as a Valuable Data Resource
  3. Aligning Data Governance with Metadata Governance
  4. Implementing Tools for Effective Metadata Governance
  5. Maximizing Metadata Resources with Accountability

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