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Applying Guerrilla Governance

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Data Quality and Data Governance expert Mike Meier presents: …

Data Quality and Data Governance expert Mike Meier presents:

Making (Good) Things Happen: Applying Guerilla Governance

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  • 1. Making (Good) Things Happen Applying Guerrilla Governance Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 2. Data Quality is Important to whom?
    • Executive Sponsor
      • Named?
      • Visible?
      • Involved?
    • Responsibility/Accountability
      • Who?
      • Reputation?
    • Budget
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 3. Data Quality and Me
    • It’s important to me
    • I’m accountable
      • Regardless of responsibility
    • What resources do I have?
      • Executive support No
      • Leadership No
      • Budget No
      • Commitment Yes
      • Credibility Yes
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 4. Process
    • Q: How do we…?
    • A: Talk to Susan Q.
    • The Dependent Organization
      • Process is an oral tradition.
      • Process and Personality can’t be separated.
      • [my] workflow
    • This disorder has a poor prognosis.
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 5. Accountability
    • Accountability to a person is ineffective
      • Subjectivity interferes with consistency
    • Accountability to a process is effective
      • Objective
      • Consistent
      • Measurable
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 6. Symptoms
    • Why can’t we finish anything?
    • Where are we headed?
    • How do I choose?
    • Who should I talk to?
    • How does this fit in?
    • Why aren’t we able to…?
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 7. Diagnosis and treatment
    • Do they have the same problems in…?
      • If yes, what are the common threads?
      • If not, why not?
    • What would help most (or quickest)?
      • Better management
      • Better governance
      • Better leadership
    • What’s the difference?
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 8. What Is The Relationship Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier Governance Management Leadership Do I look to leaders for management? Do I look to managers for leadership? Where do I look for governance? (and why?)
  • 9. Management
    • Purpose
      • n. 1. Corporate power elites distinguished primarily by their distance from actual productive work and their chronic failure to manage (see also suit ). Spoken derisively, as in “*Management* decided that ...". 2. Mythically, a vast bureaucracy responsible for all the world's minor irritations. Hackers' satirical public notices are often signed `The Mgt'; this derives from the "Illuminatus" novels 1
      • The person or persons who control or direct a business or other enterprise. 2
      • Frequently concerned more with what NOT to do (approach to Risk)
      • Primary motivation is profitability
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 10. Managers Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 11. Leadership
    • To Lead
      • verb (used with object) 1. to go before or with to show the way; conduct or escort 3. to influence or induce; cause 3
    • Qualities of a leader
      • Respected by peers
      • Credible
      • Pragmatic visionary
      • Constant, purposeful
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier
  • 12. Leaders Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 13. Governance
    • Purpose
      • To protect and enhance the well-being of the community (synthesized from several sources) by means of
      • 2. a method or system of government or management. 4
    • Requires
      • Leaders
      • Managers
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 14. Making Something Happen
    • Building Blocks
      • Community
        • “ All politics is local” 5
      • Communication
        • Where are we going—and Why?
      • Credibility
        • If they don’t believe you, you don’t have anything.
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 15. Roles To Be Understood
    • Manager = Boss (authority)
    • Leader = Mentor (trust)
    • Govern(or) = Steward (credibility)
    • Others who must be recognized
      • Influencer
      • Stakeholder
      • Opinion Leader
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier Pointy-haired Boss By Scott Adams IDQ Sept 2008
  • 16. Community
    • What is it?
    • How do I recognize it?
    • How can I get one?
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 17. Community
    • Who or What is being
      • Managed
      • Governed
      • Led
    • Defined by consensus
    • Problems arise when members feel coerced
    • The degree of “we” and “us” and “our” determines attitude, motivation, productivity
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 18. Communities have power
    • Power from commitment
      • “ Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
      • Margaret Mead (anthropologist) 6
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 19. Community Is Enviable
    • This story shall the good man teach his son; And Crispin Crispian shall ne'er go by, From this day to the ending of the world, But we in it shall be remember'd; We few, we happy few, we band of brothers ; For he today that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother; be he ne'er so vile, This day shall gentle his condition:
    • And gentlemen in England now a-bed
    • Shall think themselves accursed they were not here , And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks That fought with us upon Saint Crispin's day.
    • King Henry V (Shakespeare)
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 20. The Yente Approach
    • “ Matchmaker, Matchmaker, make me a match…” Fiddler On The Roof
    • The world will be better if I can bring the right people together.
    • Look for ways to improve your world
      • Seed new communities
      • Find ways to bring the [opinion] leaders of communities together to create new community
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 21. Community
    • Identify it
      • “ that’s not how we do it ”
    • Create it
      • Common pain points?
    • Value it
      • Critical reinforcement
    • Use it
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 22. Communication
    • Always “We”
    • Never expect
    • Never assume
    • Listening is half of communicating
      • Active listening is more than half
    • Take responsibility for communicating
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 23. Components of Communication
    • The other party
      • Preparedness
        • What part of the message is he/she ready to hear?
      • What is his/her point of view?
        • What do I know about his/her problems, successes, capabilities?
      • Presence
        • Is he/she ready to listen?
    • Me
        • What is my need?
        • Presence: Am I fully here, now?
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 24. Goal of communication
    • Acceptable
      • Educate, Inform
      • Motivate
      • Incite action
    • Problematic
      • Seeking attention
      • Demonstrating prowess
      • Attacking persons or ideas
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
    • Build Community
  • 25. Credibility
    • Trust
    • Confidence
    • Believability
    • How do I get it?
    • How can I keep it?
    • What if I lose it?
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 26. Credibility
    • Awarded
      • Based on experience (of others)
    • Hard-won
      • Constantly tested
    • Not permanent
      • You’re only as good as your last performance.
    • Essential to governance
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 27. personal to community credibility
    • Leader(s) with personal credibility
    • Constancy of purpose [Deming]
    • Build a “we”
      • Agree on goal(s)
      • Agree on means (tools)
      • Agree on methods (rules)
    • Use result to anchor expansion
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 28. Community credibility
    • Goal of SOX (Sarbanes-Oxley)
      • Organizations must be able to translate personal credibility into community credibility.
    • Goal of HIPPA
      • Accountability demands credibility
    • Requisites
      • Published standards
      • Demonstrable compliance
      • Demonstrable remediation
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 29. Applications for Data Quality
    • Process is primary
    • Repeatability is required
    • Community is critical
    • Independence is irritating
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 30. Process Quality
    • Everyone knows
      • WHAT it is
      • WHERE it is
    • Everyone can do it
    • Everyone knows who DOESN’T do it
      • And WHY
    • The WHYs go back into the process
    • Community owns it
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 31. Quality and Technology
    • Technology provides tools
      • Identify problems
      • Repair problems
    • Technology depends on Quality
    • Quality DOES NOT depend on Technology
    Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008
  • 32. Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008 Questions?
  • 33. Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier IDQ Sept 2008 Michael (Mike) Meier Manager, Data Resources Olmsted Medical Center 210 9 th Street SE Rochester, MN 55904 mailto: [email_address] Phone: 507.292.7119
  • 34. Sep 2008 (C) 2008 Michael P. Meier 1 Management. (n.d.). The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing . Retrieved May 09, 2008, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Management 2 Management. (n.d.). The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition . Retrieved May 09, 2008, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Management 3 lead. (n.d.). Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1) . Retrieved May 09, 2008, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/lead 4 governance. (n.d.). Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1) . Retrieved May 09, 2008, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/governance Bibliography IDQ Sept 2008 5 Thomas P. (Tip) O’Neill, Dem, Mass, former Speaker of the House 6 Margaret Mead. Used by permission of the Institute for Intercultural Studies. New York.

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