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Data Governance Moves Upstream


I've had some bad luck around the timing of our MDM conferences this year. In August I wound up in the hospital and missed our San Francisco show. Last week I felt the flu coming on two days before our New York conference, hunkered down to sleep for 48 hours and recovered sufficiently to get there (while refusing to shake hands and keeping my distance from attendees).

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Jim - Great recap and I'm still laughing at the analogy to the flu! ROTFL!! I'm thrilled that practitioners and business leaders are starting to talk about DG in ways that are positive and hopeful. The thing we have to do as leaders in this space is to keep people from embarking on a "boil-the-ocean" approach to DG - a message I've been preaching for a few years now. The 4-part Data Governance webinar series I'm finishing up next week has had a record number of participants - a very good sign! I'm glad to hear Aaron continue to discuss some of my ideas about Collaborative Data Stewardship, but I think we have to do much more to close the gap between manual DG and DS. A number of our significant customers in healthcare are pursuing DG in a big way, and we're just starting to see similar successes in the commercial sectors. Anyway, great job on this article. Keep the encouragement coming!!! Marty :o)
Posted by Martin M | Friday, December 11 2009 at 1:04PM ET
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