Published: 24 August 2009
Analyst(s): Joe Bugajski
Data governance is a component of IT governance, which is part of corporate governance. Businesses should assert data governance at the board level, then at the executive committee level, and then at the CIO and IT data management levels. Data governance can yield revenues and profits. Organizations should launch a data governance program if one does not exist, or improve one that does exist, to capture benefits. In this Data Management Strategies overview, Senior Analyst Joe Bugajski defines a data governance framework and describes how to undertake a data governance program.
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