Implementing Effective Data Governance

Tim Jennings

Technical Director , London

Corporate Banking

Data governance done badly can be expensive, time-consuming, and can easily lead to fruitless bureaucracy. However, without it, the enterprise can be exposed to unreliable data quality, poorly understood data in divergent architectures, unpredictable impacts from IT change, and poor adherence to information security and regulatory obligations.

Whether you are just embarking on the data governance journey or adjusting your current direction, we recommend making a clear statement of what you expect your governance to deliver for the firm and keeping sight of that during the journey.

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Implementing Effective Data Governance

Data governance ensures continuous attention to and management of these facets over time. The key is that data governance structure is data-centric, permanent, and is led by the business.

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