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Data Governance: How to Design, Deploy and Sustain an Effective Data Governance Program (The Morgan Kaufmann Series on Business Intelligence) 1st Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The book is great for both large and small companies.
If you are an executive and want the overview of how it should work and should be staffed, read the first 4 chapters (out of 14). If you are the guy or gal that needs to make it happen, read the entire book.
Andrew James RN MSMI
NorthBay Healthcare System
The only criticism I have is that the charts and tables in the Kindle version scales very poorly, making styding them a bit of a chore. This is important since a lot of the practical advice (which is really good), is not easily consumed.
However, I would still recommend this book to gain better understanding of data governance and related concepts, and find out more about how to establish data governance culture within an organisation.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
very good book, nice way or organizing thoughts and processes. I have been 'around' DG, but never was my primary responsibilities; i am looking to have DG be a primary discipline... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Richard Sullivan
Useful and full of great ideas. Only thing it can't help you with are the politics you'll run into at every stop in the process.Published 19 months ago by Sean Fox
This is the worst eBook Ever.
It contains diagrams of all sizes. One would expect this in a technical and information technology book. Read more