The “5 Keys” to Master Data Management

The “5 Keys” to Master Data Management

This post is the seventh in my “5 Keys” series covering the core principles of data management.  Check out the others: 1 – Introduction to the “5 Keys” Series 2 – The “5 Keys” to Data Governance 3 – The “5 Keys” to Data Architecture Management 4 – The “5 Keys” to Data Development 5 – The “5 Keys” to Database Operations Management 6 – The “5 Keys”...

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The “5 Keys” to Data Security Management

This post is the sixth in my “5 Keys” series, covering the core principles of data management.  Check out the others: 1 – Introduction to the “5 Keys” Series 2 – The “5 Keys” to Data Governance 3 – The “5 Keys” to Data Architecture Management 4 – The “5 Keys” to Data Development 5 – The “5 Keys” to Database Operations Management This time we are looking at data...

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The “5 Keys” to Database Operations Management

The “5 Keys” to Database Operations Management

This post is the fifth in my “5 Keys” to EIM series, covering the core principles of data management.  Please check out the others: 1 – Introduction to the “5 Keys” Series 2 – The “5 Keys” to Data Governance 3 – The “5 Keys” to Data Architecture Management 4 – The “5 Keys” to Data Development This time I’m looking at database operations management. …

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The “5 Keys” to Data Development

This post is the fourth in my “5 Keys” to EIM series, covering the core principles of enterprise information management (EIM).  Please check out the others: 1 – Introduction to the “5 Keys” Series 2 – The “5 Keys” to Data Governance 3 – The “5 Keys” to Data Architecture Management This time we are looking at data development, which is where many of today’s distinguished data...

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The “5 Keys” to Data Architecture Management

This post is the third in my “5 Keys” to EIM series, covering the core principles of enterprise information management (EIM): 1 – Introduction to the “5 Keys” Series 2 – The “5 Keys” to Data Governance Today we’re looking at data architecture management – simply defined as “most of what needs to be done before getting started.”  This includes developing a data model, planning out databases and...

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The “5 Keys” to Data Governance

In my last post, I introduced the “5 Keys” series, covering all of the core principles of enterprise information management (EIM). Today we introduce the first EIM discipline you should think about: data governance. The remaining EIM disciplines can be addressed in any order (as long as you keep balance), but data governance is a little different not just because it sits in the middle, but...

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The 1 Data Governance Question to Ask Over and Over Again

“Why are we doing this?” That’s it! That is the question I want you to be asking over and over again when you pursue data governance, or any of its related disciplines. I suppose you may want a little more clarity around what I’m talking about. I guess that’s fair. The point of this is that data governance is not about having some group of folks in your organization establishing standards and...

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