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Successful data governance programs can help ensure that organizations have consistent policies and processes for defining, managing and using corporate data. But many data governance efforts miss the mark and fall short of those goals. This three-part guide, written for IT and data management professionals as well as business executives, will provide readers with tips and advice on how to avoid the missteps that can lead to enterprise data governance failures. Learn about data governance best practices and not-so-best practices, and get real-world guidance from organizations that are succeeding with data governance.  Access >>>

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  • Worst practices in enterprise data governance
  • Master data governance success hinges on 'dynamic' team
  • Meetings, metrics spur data governance best practices

 

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