Information Governance: Setting and Enforcing your Data Policy Decisions

March 21, 2017

Speaker: W. Matthew Wagnon
Date: March 21
Time: 12:30 PM EST / 9:30 AM PST

When you design your data policies, how can you be assured those policies are correct for the purpose they were designed? How do you know if the policies have executed? Where are the results and how are they passed back to the data designers?

Join W. Matthew Wagnon of BackOffice Associates on Tuesday, March 21 for a live Q&A on information governance. Learn the basics of setting and enforcing policy decisions and why this is critical for your business. Hear why and how the everyday business user needs to be involved in governance processes and activities, and how to get their buy-in.

Attend to find out:

  • What the initial design and best practices architecture for information governance looks like, and what it will take to establish
  • How policy execution works
  • How to leverage governance to increase your data quality and Master Data problems.
  • Factors to consider when choosing an enforcement option, such as integration across domains and cloud implementations
  • How data governance can help you with upcoming regulations (i.e. GDPR, IDMP)
  • Building a business case for governance

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Jose Bobrek

3/21/2017 1:05:43 PM

We recently implemented MDG 8.0 and found that unlike our older third party data governance tool, MDG does not have an easy way to report the number of Change Requests (CRs) per plant. In your experience with other MDG implementation, do companies care about monitoring the volume of CR’s per plant? What statistics do they collect in regards to CR’s


3/21/2017 12:33:08 PM

have we started?