RWDG Webinar: Data Governance vs. Information Governance

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About the Webinar

What is the difference between Data Governance and information governance? Organizations either use these terms interchangeably — or they have a distinct, separate meaning. Either way, it is important to discuss the discipline of governance as it pertains to different types of data and information — and what the discipline is called.

Join Bob Seiner for this important RWDG webinar where he will share examples of organizations using each term, what it has meant for them, where their focuses have been, and how the terminology is evolving over time. A lot has been written about Data Governance and information governance. However, it is time to compare and contrast these disciplines and make a decision as to the right name to call it in your organization.

This webinar will focus on:

  • Similarities and differences between data and information
  • Definitions of data and information governance
  • Examples of how organizations have selected their label
  • Brief case studies of governance named both ways
  • Considerations for naming your program

About the Speaker

Robert S. Seiner

President and Principal, KIK Consulting and Educational Services

Robert S. Seiner is the President and Principal of KIK Consulting & Educational Services and the Publisher of The Data Administration Newsletter (TDAN.com). Bob was recently awarded the DAMA Professional Award for significant and demonstrable contributions to the Data Management industry. Bob specializes in “Non-Invasive Data Governance,” Data Stewardship, and Metadata Management solutions.

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