Operationalizing Information Governance for Business Process Success
Many organizations are now recognizing the value of deploying a information governance program. As the information governance team members assess the organization’s needs for defining and approving enterprise policies, their next challenge is socializing and implementing the corresponding practices for ensuring that information is accessible, usable and is of acceptable quality. Over the years, though, the absence of control has effectively institutionalized poor data practices across the different business processes.
Changing organizational behavior combines training with adjustments to the application infrastructure, and in this web seminar, we discuss ways to embed information governance processes and practices into the system development framework. By incorporating methods for controlled information governance practices into operational business applications, we can engage users and influence behavior to prevent misuse, conflicting definitions, and inconsistent data formats and structures from impacting efficient operations, reporting, and analytics. In turn we’ll look at how monitoring and control can streamline cross-functional processes, and then consider how information management tools and technology can be mapped to a set of appropriate roles in operationalizing information governance.
What You Will Learn:
- Assessing downstream data requirements
- Defining and then operationalizing information governance policies
- Augmenting the system development life cycle processes with information governance directives
- New techniques such as text analytics, active metadata, and standardized data quality and master data management services
- Considerations for a technology roadmap