Put Data Quality in Motion with Passive Data Governance

August 21, 2014 Featured Articles

Establishing a passive data governance strategy is one of the most important steps that organizations can take in ensuring sustainable data quality and relevance. By enabling companies to monitor data that already exists in corporate systems and automatically identify and remediate exceptions to data rules, passive data governance non-intrusively enforces alignment with designated data rules, which protects and sustains data quality.

In a passive data governance strategy initiative, staff members’ day-to-day operations and data system interactions continue as usual based on a common understanding of business-relevant data rules and remediation protocols. The key to reaping the benefits of passive data governance is securing stakeholder buy-in and setting up effective business processes and remediation guidelines that drive long-term objectives.

Here are some suggestions on making a passive data governance strategy work . . .

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