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Publication Date: 2015
Subject: Computer: Data Management
Number of Pages: 81

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In today's increasingly digital economy, data is the fuel that runs your organization's applications, business processes, and decisions. As a result, it's more important than ever to manage your data as a strategic asset. The relatively new role of Chief Data Officer has been created to address this issue, but there is no generally accepted "playbook" for this role. Magnifying the challenge of delivering trusted data to power business value delivery is the rapidly increasing volume and complexity of data. Add the challenge of regulatory compliance as it relates to data, and the need for a CDO is clear.

This book provides a practical guide for today's Chief Data Officers to define and manage a data governance program that will "manage data as an asset" while delivering the trusted data required to power your business initiatives from the tactical to the transformative. The book describes the relationship between the CDO and the data governance team, whose task is formulating policy to optimize, secure, and leverage information as an enterprise asset by aligning objectives. Data governance expert Sunil Soares provides unique insight into the CDO role and presents a blueprint for implementing data governance successfully within the CDO context. In clear, non-technical language, he reviews industry patterns around the CDO reporting relationship, scope and authority level, and alignment with the CIO. He describes the CDO stakeholder map and responsibilities of data owners and data stewards. Data policies, standards, and processes are examined, plus approaches to monitoring and enforcing compliance. The final chapter describes four technology pillars for data governance and explains how Informatica's agile technology platform can provide a strong foundation for success by promoting collaboration, boosting productivity, and enabling the repeatable processes that make up data governance.In today's increasingly digital economy, data is the fuel that runs your organization's applications, business processes, and decisions. As a result, it's more important than ever to manage your data as a strategic asset. The relatively new role of Chief Data Officer has been created to address this issue, but there is no generally accepted "playbook" for this role. Magnifying the challenge of delivering trusted data to power business value delivery is the rapidly increasing volume and complexity of data. Add the challenge of regulatory compliance as it relates to data, and the need for a CDO is clear.

This book provides a practical guide for today's Chief Data Officers to define and manage a data governance program that will "manage data as an asset" while delivering the trusted data required to power your business initiatives from the tactical to the transformative. The book describes the relationship between the CDO and the data governance team, whose task is formulating policy to optimize, secure, and leverage information as an enterprise asset by aligning objectives. Data governance expert Sunil Soares provides unique insight into the CDO role and presents a blueprint for implementing data governance successfully within the CDO context. In clear, non-technical language, he reviews industry patterns around the CDO reporting relationship, scope and authority level, and alignment with the CIO. He describes the CDO stakeholder map and responsibilities of data owners and data stewards. Data policies, standards, and processes are examined, plus approaches to monitoring and enforcing compliance. The final chapter describes four technology pillars for data governance and explains how Informatica's agile technology platform can provide a strong foundation for success by promoting collaboration, boosting productivity, and enabling the repeatable processes that make up data governance.
About author
Sunil Soares
Sunil Soares is the founder and managing partner of Information Asset, LLC, a consulting firm that specializes in data governance. Prior to this role, Sunil was director of information governance at IBM, where he worked with clients across six continents and multiple industries. Before joining IBM, Sunil consulted with major financial institutions at the Financial Services Strategy Consulting Practice of Booz Allen & Hamilton in New York. Sunil lives in New Jersey and holds an MBA in Finance and Marketing from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

The Chief Data Officer Handbook for Data Gocernance is Sunil's fifth book about data governance. His first book, The IBM Data Governance Unified Process, details the almost 100 steps to implement a data governance program. This book has been used by several organizations as the blueprint for their data governance programs and has been translated into Chinese. Sunil's second book, Selling Information Governance to the Business, reviews the best practices to approach information governance by industry and function. Sunil's third book, IBM InfoSphere: A Platform for Big Data Governance and Process Data Governance, focuses on IBM's InfoSphere product. Sunil's fourth book, Big Data Governance, addresses the specific issues associated with the governance of big data.

Contents
CONTENTS
Foreword
Preface
Chapter 1: Ingredients for Data Governance Success
Chapter 2: The CDO Agenda
Chapter 3: Organizing for Data Governance
Chapter 4: Driving Business Ownership of Data
Chapter 5: Setting Data Policies, Standards, and Processes
Chapter 6: Monitoring Data Governance
Chapter 7: Enforcing Data Governance
Chapter 8: Building a Successful Technology Foundation for Data Governance
Appendix A: Acronyms
Appendix B: Glossary
Appendix C: Key Data Governance Activities on the Agenda of the Chief Data Officer
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