Definitions of items of data really matter, but there are a couple of ways to see the value in them. One is when we focus on an individual definition within the context of a project. From such a siloed perspective, there can be a temptation to simply accept whatever is good enough, especially if the project team has a good idea of what the data means and is not held up due to a lack of data definitions.
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