Implementation means change. A data governance implementation, in particular, involves changing your information management culture, processes and policies.

According to two experts – Ed Ahearn, director of Customer Data Management, at Hologic, and Ken Readus, director of MDM, Data Governance & Business Strategy Solutions, at eVerge Group, implementation also means asking people to change the way they think and behave about how data is accessed and used. And more often than not, it means diving into the unfamiliar or unknown.

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