What happens to an organization if it does not have a data governance strategy (DGS)? Most organizations are only now considering establishing one, but those that do not have a DGS may be experiencing the following problems:

Without a DGS, your organization is clearly in trouble. You may have addressed one or two of the components of a DGS, but without the components that are the most important to your organization, you will waste money, constantly deal with data-related problems and be continually exposed to having your work outsourced.

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