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Best Practices in Data Resource Management
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3-hour Online Course by Mike Brackett
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Data is one of the four critical resources in an organization, equivalent with the financial resource, real property, and the human resource. Yet most organizations fail to manage the data with the same priority, discipline, and attention that is applied to the other critical resource. The time for disciplined management of the data resource is long overdue.

Most public and private sector organizations face many challenges with burgeoning quantities of disparate data. These disparate data are not well understood, have high redundancy, are not consistent, have low quality, and fail to adequately support the organization’s business information demand. The only way to resolve this situation is to thoroughly understand how and why disparate data are created, and how those problems can be resolved.

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This online training course begins with common definitions of data disparity and its impact on the organization, and procedes to describe 10 sets of bad habits and good practices related to the architecture and governance components of data resource management.

You will learn:
  • How to define and identify disparate data.
  • How to identify the impact of disparate data on the business.
  • How to define, identify, and manage data resource quality.
  • The common problems with the architecture and governance of the data resource.
  • The best practices to solve these architecture and governance problems.
This course is geared toward:
  • Anyone who has responsibility for the architecture or governance of the data resource.
  • Data resource quality practitioners at all levels.
  • Business executives and managers who struggle with the business impacts of poor quality data.
  • IT managers who are challenged to deliver reliable and trusted data to support the business information demand.
  • Data and information system architects who need to break the cycle of disparate data creation.

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review.

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Course Review May 30, 2014
Reviewer: Janet Sorrentino  
More real world examples would be helpful.

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A wonderful course March 11, 2013
Reviewer: Philip Perucci from USA  
A wonderful course, helping bridge the gap between "common sense" and "common practice". If only more people would take this course!

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Very interesting course May 23, 2011
Reviewer: Helle Lindsted from Denmark  
Very interesting course with lots of useful information. Great to have a notes booklet with only two slides per page and plenty of room for taking notes. Great that the slides were very extensive and self-explanatory.

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BP Review October 5, 2009
Reviewer: KathyJo Lockett from Carrollton, TX United States  
I in particular like the lists of questions at the end that reiterates the importance of each of the Sections and looking up the answers to the questions is an excellent study aid.

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