The Data Quality Pro Spotlight showcases some of the most recent contributions from data quality, data governance and MDM professionals across the web.
Published every Friday, it provides a quick and
easy guide to the insights, news and discussions
that are trending right now.
Data Quality Spotlight
Henrik Sørensen of InstantDQ posts a short but intriguing post that explores whether many of our problems with data are attributable to the raw data or the interpretation.
Elliott King of Melissa Data provides an interesting trio of data quality classifications that might help you simplify the categorisation of data issues in the future.
Gary Allemann gives some tips on prioritisation and measurement of data quality drawing on established frameworks.
Laura Sebastian-Coleman provides an in-depth interview into some of the essential techniques required for Data Quality Measurement and Data Quality Assessment.
Graham Rhind laments the recent data quality blunder at ING in the Netherlands and the inevitable fallout amongst customers.
Data Governance Spotlight
Ronan Brennan with another excellent post in his series of data governance insights, this week he provides some strong views on data ownership that may challenge your thinking.
Only Jim Harris could apply Star Trek to Data Governance, read on and add your own metaphors.
Priya Patel explores how to implement data governance within healthcare organisations, drawing on materials from the Data Governance Institute.
Christopher Bradley of IPL and Eldar Bjørge, Leading Advisor – Information Architecture at Statoil share their presentation at last worlds EDW conference.
Diaku are creators of Axon, the next generation in collaborative data governance technology.