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Part 4 – Policy Definition, Architecture Classification, and Modelling

The book IT Governance, available at Amazon, consits of 9 Parts. Why are policy definition, architecture classification, and modelling important for master data governance? Based on workshops I conducted with multiple customers, this book describes the best practice of defining the policies for data governance and outlines why architectural classification is the key to successful data governance. Based on my…

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Part 5 – Implementing and Governing MDM and Global Data Governance

The book IT Governance, available at Amazon, consits of 9 Parts. How does a company implement and govern global data governance? Based on the approaches I have researched and implemented, this book outlines a good-practice approach and compares it with alternative implementation approaches. These topics will be covered in chapter 5, “Implementing and Governing MDM and Global Data Governance.” Used…

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Part 6 – Measuring and Realising Cost Savings

The book IT Governance, available at Amazon, consits of 9 Parts. Part 6 contains the concept of a customer’s lifetime value (CLV) is gaining a good deal of attention, if slowly, especially for service-oriented organisations (Berger and Nasr 1998). In CLV, the customer’s value (customer’s equity) takes its future expected profi t as the key input; hence, the organisation needs…

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Part 8 – Conclusion

The book IT Governance, available at Amazon, consits of 9 Parts. Achieving globally consistent data quality is a massive-scale project and very likely a never-ending story. Once it has started, the organisation needs to maintain data quality and adapt to new environmental changes. This book has tried to provide answers to the six research questions. The core findings to these…

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