Data Governance is the exercise of authority and control over data asset management. How do you do this in the context of your organisation’s existing data management practices and culture?
This 1-day course provides a foundation in Data Governance and builds your understanding of this complex area using practical examples. The course goes into the detail on the core Data Governance functions defined by the leading industry best-practice standard, the DAMA Data Management Body of Knowledge® (DAMA DMBOK®).
The course is rich in exercises to reinforce the study material presented in a take-home workbook. The course incorporates time to review your particular organisation and experiences in Data Governance. The aim is to equip participants to implement or improve Data Governance in their organisations.
The course covers:
- Introduction to Data Governance
- Measuring the data assets management
- Data Strategy purpose and content
- Processes, input and outputs
- Scenario based case studies
- Setting and improving governance in your organisation.
Who should attend:
This course is designed for any person who is working in or with Data Governance areas and wants a practical introduction on how to go about it.
What others are saying abut this course:
Very good to work through case studies – Fiona, Data Officer
Thoroughly enjoyed the course. Very relevant to my work, even the case studies – Brook, Business Manager, Analysis and Reporting Team
Good detail and notes – Ros, Data Management Team Member
About Robinson Ryan
Robinson Ryan deliver world class education and training on Data Management, Data Modelling and related topics, covering a wide variety of needs from detailed practitioner training to executive seminars. Our courses are designed by our senior consultants, certified in data management, with extensive adult education experience.
Lloyd has over 20 years of practical experience across strategic, architecture consulting and line management roles up to direct responsibility for a $50 million budget. He enables practical improvements to business and project execution across financial services, utilities, education and government.
Critical to his approach is not only his ability to “shape” a solution, but also the team and organisation to deliver it. He has worked across four continents including multilingual environments. He is trained in Benefits Management, ITIL, Enterprise Architecture, Program Management, Training and Counselling.