- The Critical Need for Data Governance — Opening Statement
- Challenges of the Current and Future State of Data Governance
- Geo-Jurisdictions: Myths, Realities & Complexities
- Learning from IT Centralization: Who Should Own the Data?
- Chief Data Officer 2.0: Managing the New Data Challenge
- Toward Good Open Data Governance
CUTTER BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY JOURNAL VOL. 31, NO. 8
What is starting to be clear is that executives and managers who ignore the subject of data governance do so at their own peril. As is usual in all IT-related subjects, a tool is not a magic wand, regardless of what a vendor might tell you. Instead, placing your data under good stewardship, and making it do new and good things for you, requires hard work and attention to four pieces of the puzzle: people, process, content, and (finally) technology.