Create a Shared Understanding with a Data Value Map

Posted June 21, 2018 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence

The components embedded in the Data Value Map (DVM) provide a foundational shared language that allows meaningful group conversations to take place; conversations that all parties can understand and to which they can contribute. The two examples illustrated in this Advisor demonstrate how the DVM can help build a shared understanding around organizational data strategies and data projects.

About The Author
Tadhg Nagle
Tadhg Nagle is a researcher/lecturer in the Department of Accountancy Finance and Information Systems at University College Cork, Ireland. He is also Co-Director of Ireland's first executive program in data business at the Irish Management Institute. With a background in finance services, Dr. Nagle became a Business Analyst Lab Leader at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute, from which he holds a PhD. Focusing on emerging technologies,… Read More
David Sammon
David Sammon is a researcher/lecturer in business information systems at University College Cork, Ireland. He is also Co-Director of Ireland's first executive program in data business at the Irish Management Institute. Dr. Sammon's current research interests focus on the areas of conceptual data modeling, master data/information management, theory and theory building, and redesigning organizational routines through mindfulness. He has published… Read More
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