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Sunday, October 20, 2013

3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.


Steve Putman, Information Management Consultant, SAS

With the ever-present drumbeat of ‘Big Data,’ ‘Master Data,’ and ‘Enterprise Data,’ even the most successful organizations still struggle with how to get control of their data. Clearly the problem isn’t new, nor is it getting easier. While technical solutions for metadata, master data and analytics saturate the market, the people side of actually governing data continues to be like Don Quixote’s elusive windmills—always in sight but ever out of reach. With over 20 years of experience in the field of information management, SAS consultant Steve Putman will guide you through the tactical stages of both designing and launching a program that will have ‘staying power.’ This 75 minute tutorial will provide detail on:

  • Setting up the operational framework for a Data Governance initiative
  • Mapping out the essential roles, responsibilities & workflows
  • Developing both a detailed training plan & a robust communications plan
  • Leveraging best practices in data management to execute on data policies
  • Monitoring & measuring the quantifiable results of Data Governance activities

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