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  • 1. Governing Data throughMetadataRWDG Webinar: March 21, 2013Ian Rowlands, Vice President ofProduct Management, ASG www.asg.com © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 2. What we know about the data we define, produce and use can be the most valuable tool to help us govern data. This metadata includes information we already harvest through tools used in our data management and business intelligence environments, metadata we store in artifacts we develop to enhance our data governance program, and metadata that is recorded specifically to apply formal accountability for data and information. Metadata is a byproduct of any best practice data governance solution and organizations are using that metadata in many unique ways. The third Real-World Data Governance webinar of the 2013 calendar year will focus on identifying the metadata that is most valuable for a data governance program, where that metadata can be found and how to make that metadata the face of a successful data governance initiative. Examples of “Real-World” metadata use for data governance will be shared. www.asg.com2 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 3. In November, We Said … • Data is a by-product of business activities Governance is a business • Metadata should be a by-product of activities that manipulate driven process impacting technical choices data (over simplification!) • But metadata is key to understanding data Most metadata is not presented is business • And you can’t govern anything if you don’t understand it friendly fashion • (1) Talk the same language How to bridge the gap • (2) Make governance invisible, as far as possible • (3) Don’t worry about it too much! between business- and technology-focused specialists?3 www.asg.com © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 4. There’s No Silver Bullet, But… Governance is a • Attach governance activities to business business driven processes so that governance is a by-product process impacting • So manage the activity model technical choices … Most metadata is not • Eliminate the user interface, and make presented is business metadata supplemental business information friendly fashion… Bridge the gap • By building a business glossary and linking it to between business- and the metadata repository technology-focused • By managing the role model specialists … www.asg.com4 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 5. What Do You Mean? Governance is a formal process with an underlying metamodel Manage The activity model defines how The Activity governable events apply to Model? governed data Manage The role model defines what The Role Model? roles are allowed to perform what governable activities www.asg.com5 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 6. Metadata-enabled Governance overview Definition Monitoring Management Execution Reaction Creation Event Interface Tuning Workflow User Interface Metadata Interface Services Model Measurement Activity Model Event Model Communication Reporting Role Model Data Model www.asg.com6 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 7. Governance Metamodel Semantic Layer Term Definition Technical Layer Associated Entity Governance Entities Type Model Model Event Model Data Element Role Model Application ----- www.asg.com7 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 8. One Real Life Example Protecting Individual Privacy Inbound Data Flows File Web eMail Letters Transfer Services Problem – Federalrequirement to provide defensible process to Financial Services demonstrate that Provider privacy is protected File Web eMail Letters Transfer Services Outbound Data Flows www.asg.com8 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 9. One Real Life Example Protecting Individual Privacy (Business) Information Owners delegate responsibility (not authority / accountability) to (Technical) Information Custodians Information Owners External Transfer Documentation Information Custodians setup and document Delegated information transfer to and from external entities Responsibility Information Metadata Custodians Repository External Information Owners certify truth of record Transfer annually and are legally accountable Details Data Transfer Item Risk – Information Owners may not have technical expertise to detect breaches of compliance Privacy www.asg.com9 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 10. Protecting Individual Privacy •Workflow Information Owners External Transfer Documentation •RACI Model Delegated Responsibility Information Metadata Custodians Repository External •Data Model Transfer •Links •Activity Model Details •Event Interface Data Transfer Item •Constraints Privacy www.asg.com10 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 11. To hear more about ASG solutions … Ian.rowlands@asg.com (239) 435 2097 www.asg.com11 © 2012 Allen Systems Group, Inc.
  • 12. Real World Data Governance Governing Data Through Metadata Monthly Webinar Series Hosted by DATAVERSITY Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting / TDAN.com March 21, 2013 – 2:00 p.m. EST Robert S. Seiner KIK Consulting & Educational Services – KIKconsulting.com The Data Administration Newsletter – TDAN.com 1Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 13. Real-World Data Governance Upcoming Webinars • Real-World Data Governance – 2013 Monthly Webinar Series  April 18: What is a Data Steward and What Do They Do? Rescheduled from January 2013  May 16: Comparing World Class Solutions in Data Governance Panel of Practitioners Q&A  June 19: The Data Governance Road Show from DGIQ – Sponsored by ASG Interviews with Thought Leaders – Special Wed Date Live from Conference  July 18: Governance for Master Data  Visit DATAVERSITY.net for More Information 2Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 14. Governing Data Through Metadata Abstract • What we know about the data we define, produce and use can be the most valuable tool to help us govern data. • This metadata includes information we already harvest through tools used in our data management and business intelligence environments. • Metadata we store in artifacts we develop to enhance our data governance program, and metadata that is recorded specifically to apply formal accountability for data and information. • Metadata is a byproduct of any best practice data governance solution and organizations are using that metadata in many unique ways. 3Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 15. Governing Data Through Metadata Abstract • The March 2013 Real-World Data Governance webinar will focus on identifying the metadata that is most valuable for a data governance program, where that metadata can be found and how to make that metadata the face of a successful data governance initiative. • Examples of “Real-World” metadata use for data governance will be shared. • Join Bob Seiner and DATAVERSITY for the second “Real-World Data Governance” webinar of the year that will focus on providing valuable information about the most valuable metadata to support a Data Governance program. 4Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 16. Governing Data Through Metadata Agenda • Definitions – Why Definitions of Governance and Metadata Are Important • Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance • Roles & Responsibilities • Governing the Data • Applying Data Stewards to Metadata Process 5Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 17. Governing Data Through Metadata Taking a Non-Invasive Approach to Both • What is meant by Non-Invasive Data Governance™?: With Data Governance (and Metadata) in General: – Many organizations view Data Governance as being over-and-above normal work efforts and threatening to the existing work culture of the organization. It does not have to be that way. – Many organizations have a difficult time getting people to adopt Data Governance best practices because of a common belief that Data Governance is about command-and-control. It does not have to be that way. – While I firmly state that Data Governance is “the execution and enforcement of authority over the management of data”, nowhere in that definition does it say that Data Governance has to be invasive or threatening to the work, people and culture of the organization. It does not have to be that way. 6Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 18. Governing Data Through Metadata Definitions • Data Governance – Data Governance is the Execution and Enforcement of Authority Over the Management of Data and Data-Related Resources. • Data Stewardship – Data Stewardship is the Formalization of Accountability Over the Management of Data and Data-Related Resources. • Meta Data – Data, stored in IT Tools, that Improves Both the Business and Technical Understanding of Data and Data-Related Resources. Robert S. Seiner 7Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 19. Governing Data Through Metadata Definitions • [to] gov·ern v. gov·erned, gov·ern·ing, gov·erns – To make and administer the public policy and affairs – To exercise sovereign authority – To control the speed or magnitude – To regulate – To control the actions or behavior – To keep under control; to restrain – To exercise a deciding or determining influence – To exercise political authority – To have or exercise a determining influence FreeDictionary.com 8Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 20. Governing Data Through Metadata Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance • Data Governance and Metadata are a Two-Way Street • Governance – Execution of Authority, Responsibility & Accountability • Stewardship – Formalizing Accountability – Formal – Recorded – Informal – Not Recorded – “People Just Know” – or do they? • Identifying and Recognizing Data Stewards rather than Assigning Stewards • “Writing it down” rather than “Best Guess”. Formal rather than Informal. • Key Component of a Non-Invasive Data Governance™ Program • Why is it important to “write it down”? 9Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 9
  • 21. Governing Data Through Metadata Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance • Identify & Record the People that Have Responsibility for: – Defining the Data Is Necessary to operate the Business • Are they associated with a specific area of the organization? • Is there ever more than one person who has the responsibility? • How do you know who to contact with questions about: – Origin – Validity – Location – Accessibility, … • Just because you know who to contact, do other people? – Producing the Data Is Necessary to operate the Business – Using the Data that is Necessary to operate the Business 10Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 10
  • 22. Governing Data Through Metadata Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance • Ask yourself these questions: – Could these people be the Data Stewards? – How could we benefit by knowing who these people are? – Does it make sense to record who these people are? – Is this information about the Stewards meta-data? • This information is a by-product and results of the Stewardship aspect of Non-Invasive Data Governance™. 11Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 11
  • 23. Governing Data Through Metadata ORGANIZATIONS Roles & Responsibilities DOMAINS STAKEHOLDERS 12Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 12
  • 24. Governing Data Through Metadata Roles & Responsibilities Non-Invasive Data Governance™ Operating Model of Roles & Responsibilities Data Governance Program Team Executive Level Data Governance Team Manager Data Steering Committee Responsible for Administering the Program, Senior-most level knowledge of the program. facilitating use of the Data Governance Council, Leverage existing business structure as possible. communicating program components and value to the Organization. If no structure exists, utilize an IT Steering Committee Executive Advisory assistance from other levels. or an executive founded board or council. IT Subject Resource Experts Strategic Level System/Data Resource Experts Data Governance Council IT Staff including Application Data Governance Sponsors Group Development, Data Design, or Group of similar participation. One person, plus Security, and other Data alternate, for each Business Unit represented & IT. Strategic - Resource Management. Consider financial services & human resources. Enterprise Tactical Level T) Data Domain Stewards GP (D Per assigned Subject Areas rts m Data Steward Coordinators pe a Te Ex One per Business Unit m e ra rc og ou Pr es Tactical Level - Cross Business Unit ce tR an ec Operational Level rn bj ve Su Operational Data Stewards (existing) Go IT Es Data Definers, Producers, Users at c Da ala These people are presently defining, t Co ion producing and using data as part of their m jobs. Recording of the Operational Data /A m un pp Stewards will be an important enabler of ica ro improved communications, coordination va tio l and cooperation among stewards. n Pa ht Operational Level - Business Unit Specific 13Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 13
  • 25. Governing Data Through Metadata Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance • Where Do We Start – Define Data Domains • Customer Data • Product Data • Vendor Data • Material Data • Financial Data • Human Resource Data • Transaction Data • Research Data • Shared Data • Note that this is a sample list that of what companies use. • Beyond this they break the domains into “aspects of customer”, “aspects of product”, … very particular to each company. 14Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 14
  • 26. Governing Data Through Metadata Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance • Where Do We Start – Define Organization Units • The Organizational Units can be pulled from an organizational chart or they can be determined by Company, Division, Department, Team, … • If the Organizational Units are defined by the Company it is often left to the Company to determine how granular they want to get with their units. • It is not uncommon for organizational units to use different levels (some at the departmental level and some at the division level). • Once the definition of units have been completed, the most senior level manager of that lowest granularity group identifies a logical person to help manage the stewards in their group. 15Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 15
  • 27. Governing Data Through Metadata Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance • How Do We Populate the Stakeholder of the CDM? – Naturally! That is the Non-Invasive way! • By the Data Steward Coordinator • Through project management • Through recall of past projects • Through existing committees & working groups 16Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 16
  • 28. Governing Data Through Metadata Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance • How Do We Populate the Stakeholder of the CDM? – Data Steward Coordinator • The Data Steward Coordinator often has the responsibility of identifying the operational meta-data stewards for their business unit by meta-data domain. • This may require the coordinator to research and inventory the data that is being defined, produced and used in their business unit. • This requires that the domains of data are defined and documented to the level of detail that will enable the Data Steward Coordinator to complete this task. 17Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 17
  • 29. Governing Data Through Metadata Governing the Data • First Order of Business: – Identify Data Stewards and Record Who They Are – Identify When and How They Should Be Involved – Follow Governed Process 18Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 18
  • 30. Governing Data Through Metadata Governing the Data • Pro-Active Data Governance – Build application of stewards into existing project management methodology • Reactive Data Governance – Build application of stewards into data quality methodology – Build application of stewards into issue resolution process • Triggers – Using Stewards & Recorded Steward Metadata to Demonstrate Communications Improvement • Escalation & Resolution – Using Stewards & Recorded Steward Metadata to Get … the “Right” People Involved in the “Right” Decisions at the “Right” Time. 19Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 19
  • 31. Governing Data Through Metadata Governing the Data • Pro-Active Data Governance – Build Into Methodology DATA GOVERNANCE ACTIVITY MATRIX DATA IT DATA DOMAIN / LOB/FUNCTIONAL AREA DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONAL DATA STEWARDS LIFE CYCLE DATA DOMAIN DATA STEWARD SYSTEM SMEs DATA SMEs (DDLC) STEWARD COORDINATOR DATA DATA DEFINER DATA USER (or designee) PRODUCER Coordinate and manage all Coordinate and manage all Activity initiated re: this domain, Activity initiated re: this domain, Participate in data Participate in data Participate in data INFORMATION technical aspects of system technical aspects of data Data Domain Steward is involved Steward Coordinator is involved in definition information production usage information GATHERING information gathering with Data information gathering with Data in identifying and recording info identifying Operational Stewards gathering as needed. information gathering gathering as needed. Domain Stewards and Steward Domain Stewards and Steward related Domains, Systems, in this LOB/FA that should as needed. (DOMAIN, SYSTEM, Coordinators. Assure appropriate Coordinators. Assure appropriate Stewards per issue or task. participate in this work flow. STEWARDS) technical meta-data is recorded. technical meta-data is recorded. Assure appropriate business meta-data is recorded. Coordinate and manage all Coordinate and manage all Coordinate tasks associated Coordinate activities of Provide definition Provide production Produce user technical aspects of system technical aspects of data conducting the assessment and Operational Stewards including requirements & requirements per requirements. Use ASSESSMENT & assessment & requirements assessment & requirements requirements steps. project timelines, status reporting, gathering document. definition. Produce data needed to gathering with Data Domain gathering with Data Domain tactical decision making. Assure Define data needed to data needed to operate business & REQUIREMENTS Stewards and Steward Stewards and Steward appropriate business meta-data is operate business & operate business & report results. Coordinators. Coordinators. recorded. report results. report results. Coordinate and manage all Coordinate and manage all Coordinate tasks associated Coordinate activities of Provide data Provide data Provide data usage technical aspects of system technical aspects of data planning conducting planning and analysis Operational Stewards including definition guidance to production guidance guidance to build the PLANNING & planning and analysis with Data and analysis with Data Domain steps. project timelines, status reporting, build the appropriate to build the appropriate solution. Domain Stewards and Steward Stewards and Steward tactical decision making. solution. appropriate solution. ANALYSIS Coordinators. Coordinators. Coordinate system design with Coordinate data design with Data Coordinate tasks associated Coordinate activities of Propose alternatives Propose alternatives Propose alternatives Data Domain Stewards and Domain Stewards and Steward conducting planning and analysis Operational Stewards including for data definition for data production for data usage Steward Coordinators. Coordinators. steps. Accept or Resolve solution timelines, reporting. Propose solution that best fits that best fits with the solution that best fits SOLUTION DESIGN from the Steward Coordinator. solution to Data Domain Steward. with defined data definition with defined Assure appropriate business requirements. solution and defined requirements. meta-data is recorded. requirements. Coordinate and manage all Coordinate and manage all Coordinate activities of all Provide input to the technical aspects of system technical aspects of data solution individuals related to development development of the SOLUTION solution development. Assure development. Assure that work including timelines, status, data production that appropriate technical meta- appropriate technical meta-data is tactical decision making. solution. DEVELOPMENT data is recorded. recorded. Perform EIS system testing. Perform EIS data testing. Assure Coordinate business tasks Coordinate activities of the Test data solution Test data solution Test data solution Assure that appropriate technical that appropriate technical meta- associated with solution testing Operational Stewards related to from a definition from a production from a usage meta-data is recorded. data is recorded. steps. testing work including timelines, perspective. Assure perspective. Assure perspective. Assure SOLUTION TESTING status, tactical decision making. that appropriate that appropriate that appropriate business meta-data is business meta-data is business meta-data is recorded. recorded. recorded. Coordinate and manage all Coordinate and manage all Coordinate business tasks Coordinate activities of the technical aspects of system technical aspects of data solution associated with solution Operational Stewards related to SOLUTION solution implementation. implementation. implementation. solution implementation including timelines, status, tactical decision IMPLEMENTATION making. Coordinate and manage all Coordinate and manage all Coordinate business tasks Coordinate activities of the As part of daily job, As part of daily job, As part of daily job, technical aspects of system technical aspects of data solution associated with solution Operational Stewards related to identify operation identify operation identify operation SOLUTION solution monitoring & monitoring & maintenance. monitoring & maintenance. solution monitoring & data issues pertaining data issues pertaining data issues pertaining MONITORING & maintenance. maintenance including timelines, to their domain of to their domain of to their domain of MAINTENANCE status, tactical decision making. data. data. data. Metadata 20Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 20
  • 32. Governing Data Through Metadata Governing the Data • Reactive Data Governance – Build Into Response • Data Quality Methodology – Qualify & Prioritize Data Issue – Identify Affected Data Domain – Identify Affected Data Stewards – Conduct Data Systems & Data Resource Discovery – Conduct Root Cause Analysis – Conduct Cost-Benefit Analysis – Analyze & Recommend Resolution – Gain Approval, Funding, Resources – Resolve Data Issue • Cross Reference DQ Methodology & Resources – Who does What and When? Metadata 21Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 21
  • 33. Governing Data Through Metadata Applying Data Stewards to Metadata Process • Second Order of Business: – Identify Data Stewards and Record Who They Are – Identify When and How They Should Be Involved – Follow Governed Process 22Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 22
  • 34. Governing Data Through Metadata Applying Data Stewards to Metadata Process 23Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 23
  • 35. Governing Data Through Metadata Applying Data Stewards to Metadata Process • Pro-Active Metadata Governance – Build application of meta-data stewards into existing meta-data project management methodology • Reactive Metadata Governance – Build application of meta-data stewards into meta-data quality methodology – Build application of meta-data stewards into meta-data issue resolution process 24Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 24
  • 36. Governing Data Through Metadata Revisiting the Common Data Matrix 25Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 25
  • 37. Governing Data Through Metadata Revisiting the Data Governance Framework Non-Invasive Data Governance™ Operating Model of Roles & Responsibilities Data Governance Program Team Executive Level Data Governance Team Manager Data Steering Committee Responsible for Administering the Program, Senior-most level knowledge of the program. facilitating use of the Data Governance Council, Leverage existing business structure as possible. communicating program components and value to the Organization. If no structure exists, utilize an IT Steering Committee Executive Advisory assistance from other levels. or an executive founded board or council. IT Subject Resource Experts Strategic Level System/Data Resource Experts Data Governance Council IT Staff including Application Data Governance Sponsors Group Development, Data Design, or Group of similar participation. One person, plus Security, and other Data alternate, for each Business Unit represented & IT. Strategic - Resource Management. Consider financial services & human resources. Enterprise Tactical Level T) Data Domain Stewards GP (D Per assigned Subject Areas rts am Data Steward Coordinators pe Te Ex One per Business Unit m e ra rc og ou Pr es Tactical Level - Cross Business Unit e tR c an ec Operational Level rn bj ve Su Operational Data Stewards (existing) Go IT Es Data Definers, Producers, Users ta ca Da These people are presently defining, lat Co io producing and using data as part of their n m jobs. Recording of the Operational Data /A m un pp Stewards will be an important enabler of ica ro improved communications, coordination va t ion lP and cooperation among stewards. at h Operational Level - Business Unit Specific 26Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 26
  • 38. Governing Data Through Metadata Governing Metadata Through PMM Fill in With Fill in With Metadata Domain Specs Definition Metadata Fill in With Fill in With Metadata Steward Location Responsibility 27Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com 27
  • 39. Real-World Data Governance Wrap Up • Webinar Summary – Definitions – Metadata is a By Product of Data Governance – Roles & Responsibilities – Governing the Data – Applying Data Stewards to Metadata Process • Questions & Answers After the Next Two Slides 28Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 40. Real-World Data Governance Coming Up • Real-World Data Governance – 2013 Monthly Webinar Series  April 18: What is a Data Steward and What Do They Do? Rescheduled from January 2013  May 16: Comparing World Class Solutions in Data Governance Panel of Practitioners Q&A  June 19: The Data Governance Road Show from DGIQ – Sponsored by ASG Interviews with Thought Leaders – Special Wed Date Live from Conference  July 18: Governance for Master Data  Visit Dataversity.Com for More Information 29Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com
  • 41. Real-World Data Governance Contact Information • Robert S. Seiner KIK Consulting & Educational Services – KIKconsulting.com The Data Administration Newsletter – TDAN.com Post Office Box 112571, Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania 15241 412.220.9643, 412.220.9644 (Fax) rseiner@kikconsulting.com rseiner@tdan.com 30Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner & KIK Consulting Twitter About This Webinar at #RWDGCopyright © 2013 Robert S. Seiner – KIK Consulting & Educational Services / TDAN.com