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Data Governance, Quality, and Compliance

A TDWI Certificate Track

Virtual Classroom
April 25–27, 2022
9:00am – 5:00pm CT

Deanne Larson, Ph.D.

Deanne Larson, Ph.D.

Larson & Associates

Developing a comprehensive data governance program is a critical step on the path to delivering business value from your data, ensuring you maximize value and minimize risk. From establishing your governance program to managing data quality challenges to meeting regulatory and compliance requirements, you must carefully consider every facet of your data management programs and balance the needs of business data consumers and development teams.

Stepping up to the challenges of modern data governance isn’t easy. It demands an understanding of business process, BI and analytics processes, and data management principles and practices, and the ability to continuously adjust to constantly changing data resources. This three-day series is designed specifically to provide the foundational knowledge you need. Clearly define your frameworks for success, accelerate your data governance practice, and improve your data quality skills with an engaging, high-impact learning experience at the Data Governance, Quality, and Compliance seminar.

Attend all three days and earn a certificate.

  • Monday, April 25

    Data is a critical resource for every organization. We depend on data every day to keep records, produce reports, deliver information, monitor performance, make decisions, and much more. The data resource is on par with financial and human resources as a core component of doing business, yet data management practices are often quite casual and unstructured. Data governance brings the same level of discipline and structure to data management as is typical when managing financial and human resources.

    Building a data governance program is a complex process that focuses people, processes, policies, rules, and regulations on achieving specific goals for a managed data resource. Successful and effective data governance depends on achieving the right balance between control-oriented and collaborative governance to address the often conflicting needs of enterprise data management, self-service, agile development, big data, and cloud deployments.

  • Tuesday, April 26

    Data quality is one of the most difficult challenges for nearly every business, IT organization, and BI program. The most common approach to data quality problems is reactive—a process of fixing problems when they are discovered and reported. But reactive data quality methods are not quality management; they are simply quality maintenance—a never-ending cycle of continuously fixing defects but rarely removing the causes. The only proven path to sustainable data quality is through a comprehensive quality management program that includes data profiling, data quality assessment, root cause analysis, data cleansing, and process improvement.

  • Wednesday, April 27

    The frequent occurrence of data misuse and theft has caused companies to reexamine their approach to data protection and privacy. Most business people think little about their responsibilities when using data to support business decision making. The evolution of laws around the world focused on data protection and privacy has established a new set of responsibilities in the world of data usage and business analytics. The day is quickly approaching where companies will need to be able to manage and track data usage, data location, and customer consent.

    During this class, Evan Levy will discuss the details of data privacy and protection and review the activities that go into supporting a data privacy and protection initiative in your analytics environment.

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Discounts

  • Early Bird Discounts

    Receive a 20% discount if you register by Feb. 25.
    Receive a 10% discount if you register by Mar. 25.

  • Member Discount

    Receive a 10% discount on your registration. Membership status will be validated when your registration is processed.

  • Team Discount

    Part of a team of 3 or more? Use promo code TEAM to receive an additional 10% off for each member of your group.

REFUND AND CANCELLATION: You may substitute one person in your place by contacting registration@tdwi.org at least five business days prior to the event. If you must cancel all or part of your registration, your refund request must be sent to registration@tdwi.org no later than 10 business days prior. Your fee will be returned, less a 20% cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued within 10 days of the event.

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