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The Importance of Data Lineage in Data Governance

Data lineage is the capture of the flow of data from the source through intermediary systems and data transformations to a final destination or consumer. Having good data lineage provides a means to confirm that data used by consumers is from trusted, authoritative sources with adequate controls in place to govern the hand-offs between systems. […]

Establishing Authoritative Sources in Data Governance

Establishing an authoritative sources capability confirms the enterprise approved source for data ownership, including both origination and distribution. Before a financial institution can agree on authorized sources of data, there must first be a common understanding of the type of data being sourced. Data will need to be classified in an agreed-upon enterprise data model. […]

Responsibility of Data Architecture in Data Governance

The data architecture capability will supply the components and standards necessary to implement other capabilities coherently and enable them to work together. A primary responsibility of data architecture is to define and have an accepted enterprise-wide set of models, standards, glossaries and hierarchies which allow a standard description of data across business lines, products and […]

Defining Organizational Roles in a Data Governance Road Map

The data governance road map should define a data governance operating model and organization structure. As part of the structure, an executive steering committee should be established with representation from all key areas of the financial institution. The steering committee is responsible for providing overall direction and vision for the company’s data strategy and governance […]

Information Governance – Essential Ingredient for Business Value

In my last blog, you may recall that we were discussing the value and the need for Standards and Templates for ensuring a consistent and efficient use of the Data Lake, both in its population (supplying) and in its retrieval (consuming) of information. To achieve this level of consistency and efficiency, as well as reliability, […]

Getting Started With Data Governance

Data governance doesn’t start in a vacuum; it requires plenty of advance thinking, preparation, and strategy. As such, successful data governance must begin with a foundation built on data principles and a well-thought-out data strategy. Data principles are core guidelines and beliefs that form the backbone of the data strategy and core data governance capabilities. […]

Using Cognos Analytics to Improve Quality of Healthcare

The healthcare industry pressures and technology maturity are starting to converge, and as they do the organizations that are equipped to capture data, integrate and analyze it from multiple systems will be able to generate greater insights that will drive a shift from volume-based to value-driven healthcare that improves consumer engagement and care delivery. IBM […]

Social Media, The Commerce of Being Nice, and Delta

We live in a world where we communicate and interact with each other through various mediums such as wireless voice, text, email, IM, and social media. The most personal of those mediums is voice-to-voice but increasingly its also the one used less-and-less. As the volume of our interactions increase in non-personal forms, our capacity for […]

Learn How Mission Health is Using Data to Improve Quality of Care

With Perficient’s help Mission Health is leveraging IBM’s master data management (MDM) to build a scalable, accurate foundation around its most critical data to support critical business processes across the enterprise – information about patients, providers, facilities, organizations, employees and more. Watch this webcast and learn how Mission Health is using Big Data and Analytics […]

Data Governance – Roles and Responsibilities

First Happy New Year and I hope you all had a chance to read my first posting on “The Importance of Data Governance and Which Data Governance/Organizational Model is Correct for Your Business.”  As the prior posting is important, as you would first need to understand the different data governance models before you can truly […]

The Importance of Data Governance and Which Data Governance/Organizational Model is Correct for Your Business

Before I get into the semantics of data governance and which model is correct for your business, hopefully you had the chance to read the prior data governance blog postings from Chris Grenz and Deepak Ramanathan.  I highly recommend these posts as they give you a great explanation on the importance of data governance and […]