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
Brian McKenna reports on a recent Martin Richley presentation at the IRM Data Governance Conference in London that outlined the future strategy for data quality in the UK armed forces.
David Loshin outlines a creative method for using data quality and parsing tools to improve customer centricity.
Data Quality Pro post giving some practical tips for getting started with creating a data quality firewall for the first time, updated to include an SLA template outline.
Rob Karel provides a great post with plenty of detail around measuring the different types of data degradation.
Gary Allemann provides some pointers for getting senior management onside with your data quality vision.
Jim Harris writing on the Data Roundtable provides some interesting viewpoints on where traditional measurement may be missing the point.
Data Governance and MDM Spotlight
Slideshow from Tamir Segal and Ed Hallock provide some short slides and food for thought on future disruptions that will impact your data governance aspirations.
An interesting viewpoint from one Nick Davey, a soon to be churning, customer of a Bank that has implemented a data governance policy that effectively eliminates a major swathe of the population.
Bob Lambert cites the need for far greater peer review of spreadsheets to prevent some of the recent financial reporting and research mistakes that have resulted from poor spreadsheet governance.
Henrik Liliendahl Sørensen talks about the differences between his take on Social MDM and more traditional approaches.
Diaku are creators of Axon, the next generation in collaborative data governance technology.