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The Data Governance Oratorio

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An oratorio is a large musical composition collectively performed by an orchestra of musicians and choir of singers, all of whom accept a shared responsibility for the quality of their performance, but also requires individual performers accept accountability for playing their own musical instrument or singing their own lines, which includes an occasional instrumental or lyrical solo.

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Comments (6)
Music to my ears!
Posted by Anthony G | Wednesday, April 27 2011 at 11:32AM ET
When it comes to data and information what we are hearing is a cacophony. What are needed are best practices to harmonize this cacophony rather than trying to turn it into an oratorio.

Data governance implies policies, bureaucracy and ultimately control which most organizations and individuals resist. Embedding data management best practices within current methodologies and processes (SDLC, BPM etc.) is less disruptive and onerous. This may then lead to coherence.

Posted by Richard O | Wednesday, April 27 2011 at 11:59AM ET
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