Practitioner's Guide to Operationalizing Data Governance
Discover what does--and doesn't--work when designing and building a data governance program
In A Practitioner's Guide to Operationalizing Data Governance, veteran SAS and data management expert Mary Anne Hopper walks readers through the planning, design, operationalization, and maintenance of an effective data governance program. She explores the most common challenges organizations face during and after program development and offers sound, hands-on advice to meet tackle those problems head-on.
Ideal for companies trying to resolve a wide variety of issues around data governance, this book:
- Offers a straightforward starting point for companies just beginning to think about data governance
- Provides solutions when company employees and leaders don't--for whatever reason--trust the data the company has
- Suggests proven strategies for getting a data governance program that's gone off the rails back on track
Complete with visual examples based in real-world case studies, A Practitioner's Guide to Operationalizing Data Governance will earn a place in the libraries of information technology executives and managers, data professionals, and project managers seeking a one-stop resource to help them deliver practical data governance solutions.
About this Author
Mary Anne Hopper is a Senior Manager at SAS. She oversees the SAS Management and Advisory Consulting practice and has over 20 years' experience helping clients develop and execute strategies in data governance, data management, reporting, and analytics. She is a co-author of the SAS Data Management Framework and the SAS Data Governance Maturity Model.
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