Data Governance: Moving Beyond Talking to Action

The term data governance is ubiquitous. At its core, data governance is a set of agreed upon guidelines for how people behave and make decisions about data. In theory data governance sounds simple, but in practice, it can be overwhelming to implement. So, where do you begin? In this two-part webinar series, we discuss the basics of data governance like what data are typically governed, organizational structures, common governance roles, and data dimensions. At the end of this webinar series, participants can download a self-study to help them identify their institution’s maturity on the data governance dimensions and identify the areas of needed improvement. 

As a result of this webinar series, participants can:

  • Articulate the basics of data governance like mission, roles, and governance policies
  • Identify the types of data that are typically governed
  • Communicate the value of data governance to their institutional stakeholders
  • Identify their institution’s maturity on the data governance dimensions.

Registration Information

A recording of this webinar will be available for 30 days from the time of purchase.

Length/Time Commitment

2 Hours


Item Code: WEB_DATA_GOV_BEYOND_TALKING

Recorded Date: 05/06/2020

Format: Live Online

Topic: Data Management, Data Governance

Experience Level: Any

Member/Non-Member Price: Two-part webinar series: $140 members/$160 non-members

Presenter(s): Rick Burnette

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