“Data Governance: The Terrible Twos” – Dataversity

Jan 10, 2012

by Paul Bergamo – Data governance has finally taken root within many organizations, been adopted internally through changes to cultural behaviors, mature processes, interactions and management skills.   As organizations begin implementing data governance; many are wrestling with internal politics, naysayers, bad data, resource gaps, process, and skills gaps, and changing business priorities.  Governance programs reach a natural plateau at about the two year mark.  Initial successes can create complacency or worse overconfidence in an organization’s management of the data.  Often the depth and breadth of the changes truly necessary to have a significant impact on the business have only been partially achieved at this stage, especially in large organizations.  Read More >

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