Perhaps the most common debate about data governance is whether it should be started from the top down or the bottom up.

Data governance requires the coordination of a complex combination of a myriad of factors, including executive sponsorship, funding, decision rights, arbitration of conflicting priorities, policy definition, policy implementation, data quality remediation, data stewardship, business process optimization, technology, policy enforcement – and obviously many other factors as well.

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