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’.
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
I have been to a few asset related conferences recently. The contrasts between two of them were quite striking, so I thought this might be a good place to discuss them….
Well structured data that is properly stored, managed and governed is increasingly being recognised as a way to improve business efficiency and effectiveness. However, too many people still think that information stored in electronic format is good data…
A recent discussion with an associate regarding a large client proved interesting. The associate was suggesting that the adoption of data ontologies as a means to allow better sharing of data between systems. Whilst this is undoubtedly a sound suggestion,