DataEd Webinar: Data Management Best Practices

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About the Webinar

It is clear that Data Management best practices exist, and so does a useful process for improving existing Data Management practices. The question arises: Since we understand the goal, how does one design a process for Data Management goal achievement? This program describes what must be done at the programmatic level to achieve better data use and a way to implement this as part of your data program. The approach combines DMBoK content and CMMI/DMM processes — permitting organizations the opportunity to benefit from the best of both. It also permits organizations to understand:

  • Their current Data Management practices
  • Strengths that should be leveraged
  • Remediation opportunities

About the Speaker

Peter Aiken, PhD

Professor of Information Systems, VCU and Founder, Anything Awesome

Peter Aiken, an acknowledged Data Management (DM) authority, is an Associate Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, past President of DAMA International, and Associate Director of the MIT International Society of Chief Data Officers. For more than 35 years, Peter has learned from working with hundreds of Data Management practices in 30 countries. Among his 10 books are the first on CDOs (the case for data leadership), the first describing the use of monetization data for profit/good, and the first on modern strategic data thinking. International recognition has resulted in an intensive schedule of events worldwide. Peter also hosts the longest-running DM webinar series (hosted by dataversity.net). From 1999 (before Google, before data was big, and before Data Science), he founded Data Blueprint, a consulting firm that helped more than 150 organizations leverage data for profit, improvement, competitive advantage, and operational efficiencies. His latest venture is Anything Awesome.

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