Nicola Askham is the leading data governance coach and training provider in the UK. She supports companies with implementing their data governance initiative, so they can sustain it on an on-going basis. She holds a unique level of experience in the Data Governance field, and has experience in training and coaching major organisations to help them implement full data governance frameworks.
Automating Data Governance Policy
As more organizations develop their data governance competencies one question lingers—How should organizations track/audit/automate the implementation of these policies in data management?
In this webinar, Nicola and Conrad, posit one approach. They describe how organizations are using cross-cutting workflows, feedback loops and integration between traditional data governance tools (e.g. business glossaries) and master data management software to bridge the gap between data governance and data management.
This session will include case studies and lessons learned from multiple industries.
Nicola Askham, The Data Governance Coach
How Organizations are Automating DG Policy implementation in Data Management Software. With Nicola Askham, the Data Governance Coach
Conrad Chuang, Orchestra Networks
Conrad Chuang is Director for Product Marketing at Orchestra Networks where he is responsible for positioning the EBX MDM, Data Governance and RDM products in the market.
Nicola has developed a powerful methodology for implementing data governance based on over 13 years of experience. Her methodology breaks down the data governance initiative into logical steps, which ensures that businesses design and implement a data governance framework that is right for the organisation and which delivers significant and sustainable benefits. Nicola is a Committee Member of DAMA UK, sits on the Expert Panel of Dataqualitypro.com, and regularly writes and presents internationally on data governance best practice. Follow Nicola @Nicola_Askham
Mr. Chuang is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events where he brings significant insight from his working relationships with organizations across multiple industries and his understanding of the key challenges organizations are facing in the management of their reference data. He received his BS in Economics and Masters of Arts in International Commerce & Policy from George Mason University, followed by his MBA in High Tech Marketing & Finance from Babson College’s Franklin W. Olin Graduate School of Business.