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Lectura: «The CDO’s Complete Guide To Data Governance» ―Collibra


  • collibra.cdo_s-complete-guide-data-governance.rp.pdf

“To lead a truly data-driven organization, you must enable everyone in your organization to have the confidence to find the data they need, understand its meaning, and trust that it is right.” (p. 1)

“Too often, organizations put their heads in the sand and ignore issues with their data. They implement tools that promise to unlock unlimited possibilities in the data, only to have these dreams go unrealized. They pollute their data lakes with bad data, ultimately turning them into data swamps. And they foster data silos, which lead to data brawls over whose data is “right”.” (p. 1)

The Rise of the CDO

“Everyone in the organization is involved, whether they know it or not. But they all need to be educated and enlisted in the substantial task of bringing a common understanding of the data to life.” (p. 5)

“As the role of the CDO continues to rise, a number of key responsibilities begin to surface: Governance, Analytics, Data Architecture & Data Management.” (p. 6)

“[…] experienced CDOs know that embracing data governance is the one safe bet to becoming truly data-driven.” (p. 6)

“By establishing a solid data governance foundation, everything else related to the data is easier.” (p. 7)

“With strong data governance in place, all data citizens can find the data they need to do their jobs (which, honestly, is half the battle). They can understand where there data comes from, which is key to preventing data brawls. And, most important, they can trust their data, which leads to better, faster decisions.” (p. 7)

“When all data citizens can find, understand, and trust the data, great things begin to happen.” (p. 8)

“Conversations shift away from data lineage and data quality to focus on the strategic decision at hand.” (p. 8)

“Collaboration flourishes as users from across the organization come together to share insights without arguing over the meanings and definitions of the data.” (p. 8)

“By prioritizing data governance, you’ll become the data change agent your organization needs to transform itself into a truly data-driven business” (p. 8)

Data Governance, Defined


Lectura: «Open Source Data Quality Tools: Revisited» ―Venkatesh Pulla, Varol & Al


  • venkatesh-pulla-et-al.open-source-data-quality-tools_.wp.pdf.


Lectura: «Data Governance» ―John Ladley


  • ladley.data-governance_.bk.pdf.


Lectura: «Data Governance» ―Bhansali et al.


  • bhansali-et-al.data-governance_.bk.pdf.

“Data management issues have traditionally been assigned to and addressed by IT departments in organizations. However, organizational issues critical to successful data management require the implementation of enterprise-wide accountabilities and responsibilities. Data governance encompasses both the decision domains and the accountability for decision making.” (p. vii)

“Effective data management requires a data governance structure and framework that emphasizes collaboration between business and IT to support organizational goals. It brings together diverse expectations and expertise from across the enterprise to achieve an agreed upon, consistent, and transparent set of processes that enable data-informed decision making.” (p. vii)


Lectura: «Data Governance Tools» ―Sunil Soares


  • soares.data-governance-tools_.bk.epub.