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The Three Most Important Letters in Data Governance


In his book “I Is an Other: The Secret Life of Metaphor and How It Shapes the Way We See the World,” James Geary included several examples of the psychological concept of priming.  

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Comments (2)
Jim, I applaud. Thought you were taking the obvious and easy route with the 3 "Ps" or "Cs". I was thinking of the 3 R's as to the goals of data governance. Better control and quality of data through governance must meet some high-value objective in order to establish the program as a sustainable, vital part of the enterprise direction so: R evenue generation R isk avoidance R educed operating costs

Alright, I stretch I admit, but I like your premise

Posted by Mike W | Wednesday, November 09 2011 at 6:49PM ET
Thanks for your comment, Mike. Yes, there were several possibilities for the three letters (such as your great example) if I had gone for a literal meaning as opposed to the figurative metaphor. Although, I admit that the inclusion of the three Cs (communication, collaboration, and change management ) and the three Ps (principles, policies, and procedures) was intentional.
Posted by Jim H | Wednesday, November 09 2011 at 9:11PM ET
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