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Data governance is an essential capability for any public sector organisation wanting to manage its data effectively, improve its quality and usability, and control its security and access. Organisations are under increased pressure to get user, regulatory and legal data right.
Effective data governance is vital in addressing key challenges and puts the main responsibility for data where it rightly belongs – with the organisation and not with IT.
Attend this one day Data Governance: A Practical Guide course to gain a thorough understanding of the importance of data governance. Learn how to implement or improve a successful data governance framework that allows your organisation to make more informed decisions, reduce risk and increase trust in your data.
Leave the day with a data governance roadmap ready to put into action.
Key Topics include:
- What is data governance?
- Why is it increasingly a ‘must have’ for any public sector organisations?
- Building the business case for data governance
- How and where do you start to introduce data governance
- What are the main components of a successful data governance initiative?
- How can you revitalise or recover a faltering data governance programme?
- Creating the data governance roadmap
- What benefits can you expect and how do you measure them?
- Your role in data governance – how to prepare yourself to succeed
Note that this course will help you whether you are new to data governance or already working as part of an existing data governance team or programme.
Nigel has worked in data management for over 25 years. This experience has embraced Data Quality, Data Governance, Information Strategy, Master Data Management, & Business Intelligence. He is currently Principal Information Management Consultant, EMEA for Global Data Strategy Ltd, an international data consultancy where he delivers consulting and training to variety of organisations in government, retail, manufacturing, education, insurance, non-profit and others.
Nigel spent much of his early career in British Telecommunications Group (BT) where he led a series of enterprise wide data quality & data governance initiatives which brought large benefits to BT. He also created and ...