Thursday, April 21, 2016
01:15 PM - 04:30 PM
Data Governance programs and roles evolve over the stages of maturity. Often times the roles are defined at the beginning and operationalized in similar but not exact ways across the organization. These same roles continue to develop and change as the program matures and the interest ebbs and flows according to other actions being taken by the organization. Responsibilities change, people change and the organization changes as data processes become governed.
Advanced Data Governance topics focus on planning for and addressing changes over time. Join Bob Seiner in a tutorial about recognizing why and how changes happens and how to stay focused on the value of Data Governance. Bob will talk about what it takes to keep the Executive-to-Data Steward roles, Tactical-to-Support roles and Working Groups attentive over time to maximize the value returned from your Data Governance program. In this tutorial, Bob will talk about:
- How to Create an Adaptable DG Operating Model
- Five Levels of Data Governance Roles
- Programmatic Interactions Between the Levels
- Dealing with the Success and Failure (of the Program and Roles)
- The Role of the DG Leader – Keeping Interest High
Robert (Bob) S. Seiner is the President and Principal of KIK Consulting & Educational Services and the Publisher of The Data Administration Newsletter (TDAN.com). In 2017, TDAN.com is celebrating its 20th anniversary. In 2016, KIK Consulting celebrated its 15th anniversary focusing on knowledge transfer and consultative mentoring in the areas of Data Governance, Metadata, and Information Quality.
Bob was recently awarded the DAMA Professional Award for significant and demonstrable contributions to the data management industry. Bob specializes in Non-Invasive Data Governance™, data stewardship, and metadata management solutions, and has successfully assisted and mentored many notable organizations.