Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Expert in Data Governance, Data Qulaity, and Data Management
Co-Founder & Chief Blow-Stuff-Up Officer
Data governance has gained a reputation for being slow and bureaucratic. In today’s data organizations, there is no room for non-value-adding activities, yet many data governance practices are based on concepts designed nearly thirty years ago. In this course, you will learn how to streamline your data governance program and define practical roles that really work.
Building a resilient and responsive data governance organization in today’s modern enterprise requires a new way of approaching the work. Traditional methods of data governance rely too heavily on committees and councils for the heavy lifting. It’s slow, bureaucratic, and disconnected from where the work and knowledge actually exist.
You Will Learn
- What purpose did councils and committees serve?
- Decision rights—who and when
- Communication without councils
- When a committee or council can help (and when it can’t)
- Organizational structure of data governance
- Data governance roles
- Hub-and-spoke structure
- Communication plan
- Role definition
- Decision logs
- Data governance leaders
- Data governance analysts
- Data owners
- Data stewards
- Data and analytics leaders