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
How you manage your data quality can have quite an impact on your organisation’s results. If you think about taking your car for an MOT*, you’re taking it to be assessed against the criteria set out by the government to
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?
Save the Planet: Recycle your rubbish Or Save your space: Recycle your data As we move from winter to the summer months’ people often think about cleaning their homes and gardens and this may include removing some of the clutter
In the previous parts of this blog we considered how data quality can impact the success of software implementation projects. In Part 1 we discussed how expectations of benefits that a new system may deliver may be tarnished by existing
In Part 1 of this series of posts, we discussed how your existing business data could limit the benefits of a new information system and said there is likely to be work to do to mitigate those risks. No matter what system
A new business information system, or decision support tool, is a big investment, but if you are considering buying a new system which promises to improve organisational effectiveness and efficiency, how confident are you that it will achieve these objectives if your underlying business data
In this third blog post about ISO 8000:150 we will look at the Data Quality Monitoring processes that form part of the overall data quality management approach defined in this standard. For an overview of the standard, please see