Organizations with data governance programs are more effective at deriving value from their data
Data governance is a framework and approach for assigning rights, responsibilities, and authorities to ensure that an enterprise, its regulators, and its shareholders receive reliable, authentic, accurate, and timely information.
The included eight steps will provide a framework for organizations to initiate a data governance program and begin to think strategically about data assets and manage them.
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Nathan Westby is an experienced, creative, and highly-skilled Data Strategist specializing in turning data into valuable and insightful information to aid in strategic decision making, problem-solving, and meeting business goals/objectives. He has more than 20 years of data and analytics experience in the manufacturing, finance, and insurance industries. He is highly specialized in the area of data governance and master data management, where he has experience designing, implementing, and operating data governance programs.