Real-World Data Governance: A Different Way of Defining Data Stewards & Stewardship

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Data professionals may agree that the Data Steward is the glue that holds the Data Governance Program together. The role of the Data Steward is widely discussed and dissected, vilified and certified, self-assured while being uninsured. Organizations run the gamut on how they define the role, assign the role, recognized and enforce the role. But … Perhaps there is another way to look at the role altogether.

What if everybody in your organization was considered a steward of the data they define, produce and use? What would it take to get that message across? How would we communicate with everybody, all the time, in an effective way … or this just a pipe dream? What exactly would it take to change the mindset of the organization as to the value of governance and stewardship of our most critical of assets? Bob Seiner thinks he has the answer. And he wants to share it with you during this installment of his Real-World Data Governance webinar series.

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