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Introducing The Data Governance Forum

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This presentation explains the scope, objectives and membership structure of The Data Governance Forum, the membership organisation for commercial companies which manage personal data.

This presentation explains the scope, objectives and membership structure of The Data Governance Forum, the membership organisation for commercial companies which manage personal data.

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  • 1. The Data Governance Forum
  • 2. Data Governance
  • 3. Data Governance •Amanagement discipline that co-ordinates standards, working practices, compliance and value extraction from an organisation’s data assets.
  • 4. Data Governance •A management discipline that co-ordinates standards, working practices, compliance and value extraction from an organisation’s data assets. • Principally focused on personally-identifiable information; secondary focus on product, sales, non-PII data.
  • 5. Data Governance •A management discipline that co-ordinates standards, working practices, compliance and value extraction from an organisation’s data assets. • Principally focused on personally-identifiable information; secondary focus on product, sales, non-PII data. • Cross-functional: IT, data, CRM, marketing, sales, customer service, operations, finance, legal.
  • 6. Data Governance challenges
  • 7. Data Governance challenges • Regulation and standards • Formal frameworks v practical application; data governance role in identifying data sources, fitness for purpose, business case for investment
  • 8. Data Governance challenges • Regulation and standards • Formal frameworks v practical application; data governance role in identifying data sources, fitness for purpose, business case for investment • Policies • Multiple, overlapping requirements; compliance-driven perspective; lack of business focus
  • 9. Data Governance challenges • Regulation and standards • Formal frameworks v practical application; data governance role in identifying data sources, fitness for purpose, business case for investment • Policies • Multiple, overlapping requirements; compliance-driven perspective; lack of business focus • Internal marketing • Communication to front-line and lines of business often outside DG skills set; need for re-usable templates and materials
  • 10. Data Governance challenges • Regulation and standards • Project management • Formal frameworks v practical application; data governance • DG programmes cross-functional and multi-skilled; long- role in identifying data sources, fitness for purpose, business term; challenge to initiate and maintain momentum case for investment • Policies • Multiple, overlapping requirements; compliance-driven perspective; lack of business focus • Internal marketing • Communication to front-line and lines of business often outside DG skills set; need for re-usable templates and materials
  • 11. Data Governance challenges • Regulation and standards • Project management • Formal frameworks v practical application; data governance • DG programmes cross-functional and multi-skilled; long- role in identifying data sources, fitness for purpose, business term; challenge to initiate and maintain momentum case for investment • Policies • Measurement • Multiple, overlapping requirements; compliance-driven • Critical success factors diverse; multiple stakeholders and perspective; lack of business focus budgetary sources; co-ordinating metrics key • Internal marketing • Communication to front-line and lines of business often outside DG skills set; need for re-usable templates and materials
  • 12. Data Governance challenges • Regulation and standards • Project management • Formal frameworks v practical application; data governance • DG programmes cross-functional and multi-skilled; long- role in identifying data sources, fitness for purpose, business term; challenge to initiate and maintain momentum case for investment • Policies • Measurement • Multiple, overlapping requirements; compliance-driven • Critical success factors diverse; multiple stakeholders and perspective; lack of business focus budgetary sources; co-ordinating metrics key • Internal marketing • Lobbying and public affairs • Communication to front-line and lines of business often • Data “fair game” to critics; lack of voice and influence in outside DG skills set; need for re-usable templates and media and government materials
  • 13. The Data Governance Forum • Membership-based • Client-side practitioners; vendors (with constraints); individuals • Independent • Funded by membership fees; no vendor sponsorship; non-aligned with associations • Community-driven • Reactive to membership agenda; connective of practitioners; introducer for contacts, vendors, etc • Informative • Single-source information hub (www.datagovernor.co.uk); original research and reports; aggregator of DG-oriented information • Representative • PR role towards media, legislators, etc
  • 14. The Data Governance Forum
  • 15. The Data Governance Forum •Events: •4 x small-scale forum events (agenda-setting, knowledge exchange) •2 x conference events (key learnings, issues, workshops) •2 x marketplace/expos •Annual social event
  • 16. The Data Governance Forum •Events: •4 x small-scale forum events (agenda-setting, knowledge exchange) •2 x conference events (key learnings, issues, workshops) •2 x marketplace/expos •Annual social event •Research: •3 x bespoke research/analyst reports (business and consumer) •DG 101 - at launch primer on scope, definitions, state of play
  • 17. The Data Governance Forum •Events: •4 x small-scale forum events (agenda-setting, •Information: • www.datagovernor.co.uk - revamped portal and knowledge exchange) information source •2 x conference events (key learnings, issues, •news, comment, case studies, discussion workshops) •vendor listings, directories •2 x marketplace/expos •Annual social event •community hub (social network tools) •webinars •internal marketing tools and templates •Research: •3 x bespoke research/analyst reports (business and consumer) •DG 101 - at launch primer on scope, definitions, state of play
  • 18. The Data Governance Forum •Events: •4 x small-scale forum events (agenda-setting, •Information: • www.datagovernor.co.uk - revamped portal and knowledge exchange) information source •2 x conference events (key learnings, issues, •news, comment, case studies, discussion workshops) •vendor listings, directories •2 x marketplace/expos •Annual social event •community hub (social network tools) •webinars •internal marketing tools and templates •Research: •3 x bespoke research/analyst reports (business and •Public Affairs: •DGF charter - statement of member intent consumer) •DG 101 - at launch primer on scope, definitions, state •Media commentary of play •Regulator/legislator representation
  • 19. Funding DGF Possible Financial Models:
  • 20. Funding DGF Possible Financial Models: • High-end, high cost (£20k+ pa) •eg, Intranet Benchmarking Forum: benchmarking, strategic advice, research, interaction
  • 21. Funding DGF Possible Financial Models: • High-end, high cost (£20k+ pa) •eg, Intranet Benchmarking Forum: benchmarking, strategic advice, research, interaction • Mid-market (£5k - £8k pa) •eg, Think Privacy: knowledge share, research, interaction
  • 22. Funding DGF Possible Financial Models: • High-end, high cost • Mixed model (£20k+ pa) (£4k - £6k pa) •eg, Intranet Benchmarking Forum: benchmarking, •eg, Attend InfoWorld sponsored programme: part strategic advice, research, interaction vendor-sponsored; knowledge share, interaction • Mid-market (£5k - £8k pa) •eg, Think Privacy: knowledge share, research, interaction
  • 23. Funding DGF Possible Financial Models: • High-end, high cost • Mixed model (£20k+ pa) (£4k - £6k pa) •eg, Intranet Benchmarking Forum: benchmarking, •eg, Attend InfoWorld sponsored programme: part strategic advice, research, interaction vendor-sponsored; knowledge share, interaction • Mid-market •Fully vendor-sponsored (£5k - £8k pa) (free - £00s) •eg, Think Privacy: knowledge share, research, •eg, vendor user groups: conferences, training interaction
  • 24. Funding DGF Possible Financial Models: • High-end, high cost • Mixed model (£20k+ pa) (£4k - £6k pa) •eg, Intranet Benchmarking Forum: benchmarking, •eg, Attend InfoWorld sponsored programme: part strategic advice, research, interaction vendor-sponsored; knowledge share, interaction • Mid-market •Fully vendor-sponsored (£5k - £8k pa) (free - £00s) •eg, Think Privacy: knowledge share, research, •eg, vendor user groups: conferences, training interaction
  • 25. Joining DGF
  • 26. Joining DGF • Client Practitioner Membership: • up to 6 team members (one nominated key member) • access all meetings (forums, conferences, expos, webinars) • access all content (research, reports, online portal) • internal marketing support • discounted supplier rates*; benchmarking*; accreditation*
  • 27. Joining DGF • Client Practitioner Membership: • up to 6 team members (one nominated key member) • access all meetings (forums, conferences, expos, webinars) • access all content (research, reports, online portal) • internal marketing support • discounted supplier rates*; benchmarking*; accreditation* • Annual corporate subscription: £5,000
  • 28. DGF Value Proposition DGF Service DGF Cost Market Equivalent Market Value Online information resources 0.5 FTE researcher/Gartner subscription £15k News service Specialist newsletter subscription £0.6k Webinars Training course (eg, IDM) £4k Members-only forum Specialist conference (eg, BBA, Euromoney) £2k Conference and expo Trade conference (eg, CIPD) £1k Internal marketing collateral Design agency £10k Research and reports Bespoke research £16k Benchmarking Consultancy £5k Total £5k £53.6k
  • 29. Joining DGF • Membership forms to be emailed to contacts (and available on request from davidreed@datagovernor.co.uk) • Invoiced from 1.1.11 @ £5k • “Renewal at birth”option: £9k/2yr • DGF launch January 2011 - full programme through year
  • 30. The Data Governance Forum