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What is it and do I already have one? By Daniel Teachey, Insights Editor Since the first person flipped the power switch on the first computer, IT and business groups have made decisions on what to do with the data used by, and created by, technology. That has led to Reaction about good governance need for a data governance framework — an overarching approach to how you collect, manage and archive data in your enterprise.
A white paper unveils a data governance framework that borrows from hundreds of data governance implementations to create the foundation for a modern program. The data governance framework encompasses everything from the people and process behind data governance to the technologies used to manage data.
It encompasses many of the things you already have in place. It's normally a matter of finding a way to bring a number of different efforts together.
Virtually every organization put elements of a data governance framework in place to support different initiatives along the way The greater need, however, is to tie all of this together.
But once you dig in, every explanation of the term combines elements of strategy and execution. Strategically, a data governance program can shape the corporate philosophy of data acquisition, management and archiving. It's a cultural shift that requires both business and IT sides of the organization to come together to define data elements and the rules that govern this data across applications.
From the execution side, a data governance framework touches practically every part of your data management process down to the individual technologies, databases and data models.
The framework also affects the processes people use to create and retain data — and how you can replicate these rules within applications to help you make smarter decisions faster.
It also points out that there are a number of areas where you may already have the underpinnings of a data governance framework in place — and how to exploit that to create a bigger program in the future. The framework in this white paper encompasses: Corporate drivers — an understanding of what is causing the organization to manage and monitor data more effectively.
Data governance strategies — the objectives, principles and groups for a new or newly aligned data governance program.
Methods — the people, processes and technologies that will be affected by data governance strategies. Data management structures and technologies — the underlying concepts and technologies that can help establish and enforce data governance at the application or data level.
Building a data governance framework — even before you knew what to call it Many aspects of what we call a data governance framework have been part of my career for almost two decades.
As a counterpart to the IT group, I learned how things that looked simple on the business side can be ridiculously complex from IT's point of view. For example, in my first job, we wanted to automate the ordering of spare parts for manufacturing companies through an e-commerce portal.
The biggest stumbling block? Catalog data, which was often filled with incomplete descriptions or inconsistent part numbers. Worse, there was a lack of a common nomenclature across multiple vendors.
The program ground to a halt due to bad data, and we lacked a framework to get different groups together to fix it. InI went to work for a data management company, and I began to realize too late that many of these problems were symptomatic of data issues overall.
Then, I talked to an executive at a global manufacturer about a systems migration she was sponsoring. The executive mentioned that her company was prepared to spend almost a year getting business and IT groups to agree on the rules in place before the migration to a new system even started.
Getting groups to discuss what their data means, and then creating rules to manage that information over time?Lucian Bebchuk is the James Barr Ames Professor of Law, Economics, and Finance and Director of the Program on Corporate Governance, Harvard Law School.
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