Time for the board to take information governance seriously?

Proper information governance will help to ensure that executives, auditors and shareholders can trust the financial results being presented. Information governance is about changing behaviour to maximise the value of data, manage complexity and mitigate risks.

What happens if you don’t have data governance?

Earlier this month, Data Governance coach, Nicola Askham published a piece entitled Why you need data governance. In the piece she observed that the driver for data governance is shifting from defensive drivers such as compliance to offensive drivers enabling revenue. Nicola describes how data management activities – such as data quality and master data…

Digital transformation depends on data

Digital transformation is big business. Research firm Gartner predicts that digital business will represent an average 36% of a business’s overall revenue by 2020. Small wonder that the Chief Digital Officer is becoming a key executive role within many large companies. How does the Chief Digital Officer work with the other CDO (the Chief Data…