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Eleven Functional Areas in Search of a Narrative

Eleven Functional Areas in Search of a Narrative
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hour | 423 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

The DMBOK2 provides a functional framework for implementing enterprise data management. Or does it? As production editor for DMBOK2, I have learned a lot about the challenges we face in defining the data management profession. One of them is telling our own story. I will share my journey to the data management profession, my experience working on the DMBOK2 project, as well as writing my book on data quality measurement, with a goal of shedding a different light on the ways we create and adopt the frameworks by which we understand our work.



In working on the DMBOK2, I came to the conclusion that we have 11 functional areas in search of a narrative. The goal of this talk is not only to share ideas, but to get a conversation going. We need to tell our story better. What is the narrative of data management? What are our central structures? How do the parts fit together in ways that are meaningful for today's organizations?


Eleven Functional Areas in Search of a Narrative

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