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The Chief Data Officer (CDO)
Just as “data scientist” was the “sexiest job in IT” last year, Daragh O Brien tells us that the CDO appears to be becoming the management and leadership role to have in the information economy.
Big Data and the Roman Census Approach
In this short article Bill Inmon tells us that one of the cornerstones of Big Data architecture is processing referred to as the “Roman Census approach”.
Mind the Governance Gap
This article is being run in association with the IRMUK's Data Governance Europe Conference 2014 in London in May. Please click on the link to the conference in the banner to the left.
Essential Steps to a Data Management Certification from CDMP
Steps to Advance Professionally
In this article, Stephanie Faris tells us that the vast majority of professionals who decide to become certified do so to advance professionally.
Enterprise Data Warehousing and BI Best Practice
Review of Larissa Moss's Book
David Haertzen gives this book kudos and finds it inspiring – it is what he would wish for in great book about leading successful EDW/BI programs.
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Real-World Data Governance - March 2014
Webinar -- Agile Data Governance: The Truth Be Told with special guest Scott Ambler
REGISTER TODAY for webinars with Bob Seiner & DATAVERSITY. Real-World Data Governance addresses the most important Data Governance issues of the day.
DAMA Corner - March 2014
Update Election: 2014 DAMA Officers, DAMA Awards & Enterprise Data World
If you are interested in data management, we want to meet you and help you grow in your chosen profession!
The Decision Model - March 2014
Data Quality and The Decision Model: Advice from Practitioners
In this column Ken and Steven tell us that the benefit of having decision models is that, by the time the business logic decision model executes, it has all the data it needs in the highest quality it needs.
Business Rules - March 2014
Engineering Why: What Every Architect Needs to Know
Ron Ross tells us the hardest part of Why Engineering is getting at the buried assumptions and know-how in people’s heads – or lost in the jumble of legacy systems.
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Managing Risk in a Flat World
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