Governing Master Data
Is your organization struggling with a long-term sustainable approach to privacy regulation compliance? Do you have business initiatives planned or underway for IoT, supply chain management, Big Data, or digital transformation? Take a close look and you’ll discover that all of these challenges and initiatives focus on master data elements as key attributes to source, protect, validate, and integrate. One or more Master Data subjects such as customer, employee, product, or location have been part of every business initiative since your first application was deployed decades ago. Therefore, the question is “To what degree are you governing Master Data to ensure its safekeeping and quality?”. If your answer to that question is less than total confidence and trust then this tutorial will be beneficial to you. This tutorial will share the experiences of a director-level manager/architect who led MDM programs in organizations across diverse industries for over 25 years.
Covered topics include:
- The Master Data governance landscape
- Navigating through policies and standards
- Integrating master data governance into processes
- How MDM configuration style impacts governance
- Structuring the data government
Frank Cerwin is the Managing Principal of Data Mastery Inc. a company specializing in Master Data Management (MDM) strategy, planning, design, and education. Frank has held leadership and architect roles at Fortune 500 companies including director positions at McDonald’s and JPMorgan Chase with responsibility for launching and growing their MDM programs in addition to responsibilities for data integration, data security, and database administration. His extensive 40+ year career experience spans varying types of industries and organizations. Frank is a Six Sigma Green Belt, ITIL Foundation certified, certified ISO8000 Master Data Quality Manager, and Master Data & Reference Data Management CDMP. He has been a featured speaker at national data conferences including Enterprise Data World, Data Architecture Summit, TDWI, Data Governance/Information Quality, and BI Innovation Summit. He is also the author and presenter of the “Mastering a Master Data Management Program” online training series offered thru Dataversity’s Training Center.
9:00 Opening Remarks
9:15 - 11:30 Presentation
11:30 - 11:45 Open Q&A
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