Webinar: The Importance of Data Governance
Original Webinar Live Date: January 10, 2018
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Associated Podcast: Batten Down the Hatches: Here Comes GDPR
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About the Webinar
The business case for effective data governance gets stronger every day. Most companies recognize the need to get a handle on data quality, lineage, policies and use. The key boils down to adoption: how to get the right collection of stakeholders engaged in the program. That’s where implementation strategy comes into play.
Register for this DM Radio Deep Dive to hear Analyst Eric Kavanagh offer insights for how companies can foster a healthy, responsible, data-driven culture. He’ll be joined by Daniel Sholler of Collibra, who will explain the current vision for enabling enterprise data governance programs that work. He’ll discuss proven approaches for designing, implementing and managing data governance initiatives, and will also share details from some successful case studies.
About the Speaker
Dan Sholler is the Chief Product Evangelist and Director of Influencer Relations at Collibra. He is passionate about data and about making data easy to find , use and trust for organizations. He has had an extensive career in the software and tech industry as a developer, product manager, marketer, seller and implementer of software and solutions. He was an industry analyst with Gartner, and has worked for Infor and Information Builders among others. He can often be found speaking about how to use data more effectively. When not thinking about data he is usually doing crossfit.
About the Host
CEO, The Bloor Group
Eric has nearly 30 years of experience as a career journalist with a keen focus on enterprise technologies. He designs and moderates a variety of New Media programs, including The Briefing Room, Information Management’s DM Radio and Espresso Series, as well as GARP’s Leadership and Research Webcasts. His mission is to help people leverage the power of software, methodologies and politics in order to get things done.