David Loshin is the president of Knowledge Integrity Inc., a consulting, training and development services company that works with clients on business intelligence, big data, data quality, data governance and master data management initiatives. Loshin writes for many industry publications, including several TechTarget websites; he also speaks frequently at conferences and creates and teaches courses for The Data Warehousing Institute and other educational organizations. In addition, Loshin is the author of numerous books, including Master Data Management and The Practitioner's Guide to Data Quality Improvement. He can be reached via his website or by email at email@example.com.
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Contributions from David Loshin, President, Knowledge Integrity Inc.
- Estimating how long a data profiling process will take
- Big data integration starts with sound project planning
- Data stewardship needs some shepherding itself
- Data governance tools: Part, but not all, of the puzzle
- Five steps to improvements in data quality
- How often should you update your data quality strategy?
- Data governance trends: Scorecards & governance tools
- Implementing data quality tools but ignoring governance
- Open source tools to help with name matching
- How to get senior execs to buy into data governance
- Buyer’s Guide: Choosing data quality tools
- Managing internal data quality improvement expectations
- Data quality tools: useful, but not a magic bullet
- Tips for managing the data quality assessment process
- Using metrics to build a data quality business case
- Who should own the data governance process and framework?
- Estimating the cost of poor data quality and customer data cleansing
- Can we enforce data integrity in a company to ensure accurate data?
- Should we buy data quality management tools or focus on policies?
- Resolving data ownership issues with external funders, organizations