There are three distinct approaches to implementing data governance in an organization: command and control, traditional, and non-invasive. People naturally rebel against the idea of being governed. Therefore, selecting the appropriate approach to governing your data is so important.
The discipline of data governance must focus on knowing who your people are, helping them to make more actionable decisions, and empowering them to become better stewards. In the non-invasive data governance approach, people are shown that they already govern the data informally and are directed to the value they will receive from a more formal level of governance.
In this e-book, learn about the practice of non-invasive data governance and how you can create an active data governance program quickly and effectively with a data catalog.
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