Category Archive: Data governance

Data governance

Understanding the analytical trends to watch for in 2021

This is usually the time of year we reflect on what was and think about what is to come. I think we can all agree that 2020 has been quite the experience with things like social distancing, lockdown, and the pandemic becoming part of popular discourse. As organisations embrace remote working and the associated digital …

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Vital capabilities for advanced analytics success

Last month I looked at what organisations can do to overcome some of the barriers to tailoring data management for advanced analytics. This built on from the first blog on the advanced analytics topic, where I discussed how important data management is for successful advanced analytics. In the final piece of this series based on …

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Navigating data management obstacles for advanced analytics growth

In my previous post, I discussed how important data management is for successful advanced analytics based on a recent TDWI report I found of interest. As a follow on, this month, I examine what organisations can do to overcome some of the main barriers to tailoring data management for advanced analytics, if you really want …

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Data management essentials for better analytics

Thanks to the availability of innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotic process automation, modern companies have access to a wealth of tools to expand their analytical functions and extract additional value from the data at their disposal. Key to getting this right, however, is managing data effectively and understanding the very …

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Data this and data that – tips to avoid data chaos

At the core of almost every business conversation centered around growth and competitive gain today lies the topic of data. It is the single most valuable asset to many businesses – not matter industry or size. Data has taken the world by storm and continues to shape how businesses operate and transform to ensure relevancy …

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Ethics are at the core of the CDO’s responsibilities

Operating in a digital era where data has become a tradeable commodity and quantifying the value of data a business-critical focus, the role of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) has come into the limelight sharply over the last few years.

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It all comes back to Data Quality – part 2

In picking up the discussion from where I left off last month, before I introduce the fifth to seventh Cs of the 7 Cs of Data Quality by Melissa, I felt it important to emphasise a very pertinent point to the overall success of data to a business’s growth strategy.

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The ‘not so obvious’ considerations to see value in information management processes

My previous blog post, that addressed finding a middle ground between data strategy investment and cost, highlighted three key areas that businesses tend to ‘waste’ spend on when it comes to their information management strategy. These included managing excess or duplicated data unnecessarily, trying to keep up with the latest in tech and not paying …

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Data strategy investment vs perceived cost – can they meet in the middle?

As data continues to surge into organisations from all different corners within this digitally transforming world, business decision makers no doubt feel compelled to invest in their data strategies and the technology that supports these, for long-term gain – and rightly so. Enterprise Information Management (EIM) has thus become a critical focus for many business …

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