Introduces basic concepts of Data Stewardship, summarizes what you can do with governed data, what the book covers, and who the audience is for the book.


managing data, audience, chapters, summary

Companies are getting serious about managing their data, including improving data quality, understanding the meaning of the data, leveraging the data for competitive advantage, and treating data as the enterprise asset it should be. But doing a proper job of managing data requires accountability—that is, business functions must take responsibility for the data they own and use. The formal recognition of the need to have a structure, organization, and resources in place to manage data—and the actual implementation of that need—has ...

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