Category Archive: Data governance

Data governance

What a Chief Data Officer should be – part I

In an age where the role of a Chief Data Officer (CDO) and Chief Information Officer (CIO) are used interchangeably, it is easy to get them confused. In my personal experience in the Business Intelligence (BI) space, I have learnt to ‘accept’ the confusion. Though, I say ‘accept’ here lightly, because the hype and confusion …

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The data science strategy – part II

The eagerness of how data science can help businesses ‘achieve’ still seems be high on the agenda amongst business and IT leaders that are looking for ways to leverage their data. In fact, many are of the view that ‘if this process can help solve our business challenges and create new opportunities, let’s definitely hire …

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Data vs. Information – a clear difference that matters

Working in the Business Intelligence (BI) space means that we deal with data and information on a daily basis. Our role is to ensure we make sense of all the data and information coming into businesses – to the benefit of our clients’ organisations. What astounds me is that even today there are still some …

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Trend Alert – Customer Data Platforms

Recently you may have heard – from your business network or circle of marketing friends – that Customer Data Platforms (CDPs) is the new ‘black’. Can a CDP really be an all-rounded solution to marketing’s most pressing problem, when it comes to enhancing customer experience?

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Two Key Areas of EIM

Following on from my previous blog on the topic of Enterprise Information Management, I now focus on two specific areas of EIM, namely data governance and data quality management, which should be key focus areas for businesses in 2017.

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Information Management in 2017

They say that information is the oil of the 21st Century, and analytics the combustion engine. This infamous quote, by Peter Sondergaard, is often shared at industry events, to remind BI experts of the importance of enterprise wide information management.  While I completely agree with this sentiment, I still find that far too many organisations view …

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Evolving into a Data-Centric Healthcare Organisation

In a previous post I reasoned why healthcare organisations should become more data centric. In this post I suggest a fluid and adaptable approach to mature the organisation with respect to data-centricity, in the process motivating why I would not utilise an approach recently suggested by IBM. In this post I focus my attention on …

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Hospitals should be more Data-Centric

As we know, a huge amount of data is generated across most industries and data has become a very useful resource in most organisations. In fact, access to high quality data and insight has become fundamental to achieving many of the strategic goals of any business. So, following on from my past series on data-centricity, …

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