Join Jonathan Reichental for an in-depth discussion in this video Roles in the data governance domain, part of Introduction to Data Governance.
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- The two most important data governance roles…are data owners and data stewards,…but there are other roles.…When asked who has responsibility for data governance…in an organization,…the answer must be everyone.…Much like requiring staff to agree to a code of ethics,…or adhere to particular values,…if an organization employs data governance,…the expectation must be that all staff agree…to support the function of data governance.…What other roles have particular importance…regarding data governance?…There are a range of technology roles,…such as a database administrator,…or a software developer,…both of which, for example,…manage many aspects of creating, reading,…updating and deleting data.…
They may have special requirements…relative to data governance,…such as adherence to industry regulations.…We know, for example,…that everyone who handles health care data…must follow specific data handling rules,…like what can be stored and who can access it.…Other roles include attorneys who advise data owners…and stewards about data requirements,…
Here Dr. Jonathan Reichental explains how to begin to implement a data governance program within any organization. Learn the components of data governance, its strategic value, the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders, and the overall steps that an organization needs to take to manage, monitor, and measure the program. Plus, get guidance on a set of next steps for building skills. As the data science domain grows, so does the demand for data governance expertise. Start here for your first look at this in-demand skill.
- What is data governance?
- Why do organizations need data governance?
- Who owns the data?
- Designing the data governance process
- Managing, maintaining, monitoring, and measuring your program