Why Data Governance is a "Must Do" Event 2018
Do you trust the data your organization uses for strategic, financial or regulatory reporting? Is there clear ownership and understanding of key data elements? Does identifying root causes of data quality issues often leave you scratching your head and scrambling for help?
We've seen many organizations faced with these challenges who are often at a loss to understand a good starting place to get back on track. Data Governance needs to be viewed as a Program and not a one-time Project. Establishing the right program requires careful coordination with key stakeholders in your organization including Business Process and Application Owners, IT Data Management, IT Security, Risk, Compliance and Audit. In this webinar, Josh Hewitt and Gregg Wishna will share real-life lessons learned from our clients at varying levels of Data Governance maturity and will provide tips to ensure you can best prepare and improve your Data Governance capabilities along your journey.
- Understand scoping and key functions of Data Governance programs
- Review different operating models
- Examine components of achieving higher maturity within people, processes and technology
- Learn how to build a business case and drive value through Governance
- Explore how Data Governance supports an overall Data Strategy and Advanced Analytics
Having been part of multiple data governance program planning and implementations, Josh offers a unique perspective on what has worked in other organizations and the best approach to the implementation of successful program. He also has significant experience in data governance/quality tool selection and evaluation and a strong understanding of the benefits and pitfalls of many different solutions and can help Financial Institutions evaluate, select and implement solutions.
Jason has provided analytics and thought leadership within Retail Banking across a broad functional spectrum including corporate marketing, product management, sales, credit risk, data governance, strategic finance FP&A, call center/IVR, consumer loans, deposits, consumer credit cards, and private label credit cards.