Imagine the scene, you are a newly appointed/ promoted Data Governance Manager or Data Manager with a remit of ‘sorting out the data mess‘. Colleagues are impatient for results and some are starting to blame you for the poor quality
A good way to understand the impact of poor data practices on your organisation is to imagine the approach to data gathering, storage and exploitation as a machine – a data machine. What does your data machine look like? How
In my previous blogs I introduced the Data Management Maturity Staircase (above) and then the various maturity steps required to climb the staircase. In this blog we shall be looking at ways to make the changes.
In my last blog I introduced the Data Management Maturity Staircase (above). In this blog I shall look at the steps that make up the staircase.
In this series of Blog posts I shall be introducing the ‘data management staircase’, what it means and the necessary journey over time to climb the steps to becoming ‘Excellent’.
Increasingly, organisations are recognising the importance of good data management and how it can improve organisational performance. Managing data across large (and small) enterprises can be challenging, there are a range of standards and approaches that provide guidance applicable to
A colleague of mine recently posted a very interesting blog titled Do you trust your data? This led me to think about the issues from the perspective of the data i.e. if I am a data set can I trust
The social housing sector in the UK continues to operate in challenging times – the combination of a continued shortage of housing, reduction in grants from government and ageing asset stocks means that there needs to be a consistent drive
As a child, the arrival of the Easter holidays was always an exciting time for me. The Easter Egg hunts were particularly exciting. Before the hunt I usually had an idea of where the eggs could be hiding but was
As we approach the 12th day of Christmas and start to look to the year ahead, I wondered what a Chief Data Officer (CDO) might have put on their Christmas list?