Thinking, planning and strategizing about governance is easy. Trying to operationalize governance within a business area is often challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. Most, if not all organizations, regardless of industry, expend a tremendous amount of effort to make data “fit for use.” In fact, many organizations expect perfect data to meet their objectives and deliver value. The reality is that data is rarely perfect – often times far from it.

So how can you reduce the effort required to make data fit for use and ultimately integrate data governance into the operational DNA of your organization? Simply follow a basic set of rules that, when implemented, will improve your odds of governance success within your organization.

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