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The 3 C’s of Information Product Management

To enable information quality in any environment, it is essential to identify the collectors, consumers, and custodians of each item of information and define their responsibilities clearly. If organizations want to treat information as a product, then they must look

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Treating Data as a Product

A key principle to start and sustain any successful business process is to “treat data and information as a product.” There are many issues related to information quality and information management practices that affect information quality in organizations.  Every organization

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Data Quality Heroes

Every organization needs a set of roles that are responsible for managing the quality of the data and metadata that are used in the enterprise’s operations and analytics. These roles are the “data quality heroes.” Introduction Data management entails the

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The Poor State of Data Quality and a Solution

A CONVERSATION WITH TOM REDMAN : Anne Marie Smith, Ph.D. Data quality has been a continual challenge for almost every organization for many years. In this recap of a conversation with Dr. Thomas C. Redman, he offers a possible simple

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Six Myths about Data Quality

Master data management continues to be plagued by poor data quality, costing many organizations time, money, lost customers, lost reputation and inefficiencies. Introduction In several surveys, taken by various research organizations about master data management and data quality, on average, 83%

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Foundations of Data Quality Management

Data quality is a function of data’s fitness for use to a particular purpose in a given context; measured against stated requirements or guidelines.  High data quality engenders trust in operational and strategic decisions. Introduction Data quality is a perception

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ISO 8000 Data Quality

ISO 8000 defines the parameters of data quality, so one can ask for quality data and verify that one has received quality data Introduction It is common to see the relationship between data and information represented as a pyramid with

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