Monthly Archives: September 2019

Incoming: three future blogs

By |2019-09-27T11:44:10+01:00September 27th, 2019|What I've done|

I’ve been a little remiss in creating content and templates over the last six months. This is the joy and curse of being busy! However after an excellent data governance conference arranged by HESPA, three recurring themes clearly need exploring. And a blog is a great place to do that. So in the next 4-6 weeks I’ll post an entry to answer: What goes into a Data Governance business case, and how do I choose? What is the cost of bad data / the value of good data, and how can they be calculated? What skills are needed for Data Governance [...]

Everything is an edge case

By |2019-09-27T08:54:10+01:00September 27th, 2019|What I've done|

Originally published on WONKHE: https://wonkhe.com/blogs/in-he-data-everything-is-an-edge-case/ We all know that data has value. What we don’t have is an agreement of what that value is, how to calculate its worth and who is the primary beneficiary. This makes writing any kind of business case for increasing the value of that data asset somewhat problematic. What is tactical data? That case is further compromised by the blurred lines between tactical, strategic and regulatory data. Ask three people which of these is most important and expect at least six different answers! One maxim does hold true though “the higher up the management chain you [...]