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Is DG a D-O-G?

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Convincing your organization to invest in a sustained data quality program implemented within a data governance framework can be a very difficult task requiring an advocate with a championship pedigree.  But sometimes it seems like no matter how persuasive your sales pitch is, even when your presentation is judged best in show, it appears to fall on deaf ears.

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Comments (3)
You mean "emits" not "omits"

By varying the frequency of the whistle, it ***omits*** a sound (inaudible to humans) used either to simply get a dog's attention, or alternatively to inflict pain for the purpose of correcting undesirable behavior.

Regards./Steve

Posted by STEVEN J D | Wednesday, September 25 2013 at 10:51AM ET
Bravo Jim- humorous yet impactful article. Now how do we teach the old executive dogs the new DG trick? - CC @CCBigData
Posted by Cindy C | Wednesday, September 25 2013 at 11:26AM ET
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