Chapter 3.2Data Management in Practice

Data management is not a simple robotic operation that is performed by dragging and dropping files on a computer desktop. It requires organization and discipline and must be managed in such a way as to prevent bottlenecks or slowdowns, identify and correct problems early in the production pipeline, and transmit the data effectively to the various departments for viewing, editing and archiving.

FIGURE 3.3 Prior to the start of production, the roles of any team members involved in the handling of data should be clarified and a memo disseminated on the first day of production that clearly conveys this information

FIGURE 3.3 Prior to the start of production, the roles of any team members involved in the handling of data should be clarified and a memo disseminated on the first day of production that clearly conveys this information ...

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