7 data quality management principles

7 principles of data quality management

The principles of data quality management are a set of fundamental beliefs, standards, rules and values that are accepted as true and can be used as a foundation for guiding an organization’s data quality management. They have been adapted from ISO 9000 principles of quality

what is ad hoc reporting

What Is ad hoc reporting?

Ad hoc means “for this” in Latin and refers to something done for a specific purpose. Ad hoc reporting, then, is the process of creating reports for a specific occasion (as opposed to for general use). In business intelligence, ad hoc reporting supplements canned reports

3 surprising data roles

3 surprising data roles you should know about

Throughout my career and experience within the data management and data governance industries, I always encounter interesting data roles and responsibilities. Is there a lot of overlap? Definitely! That’s why I think it is most important to focus on the meaning of the roles –

anatomy of a data story

The anatomy of a data story

Stories are how people make sense of the world, so it follows that they’d also be our way of making sense of data. As much as technology can facilitate data storytelling, it cannot (yet) perform the pivotal step of placing data into the human context.

drivers for data governance

3 most common data governance drivers

From my interactions with organizations that have mature data governance programs and those still in the planning or early adoption stage, I found there are some common drivers for starting a data governance program and here they are. Which one is yours? Feel free to