The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Data Stewards

June 10, 2014 Featured Articles

The data steward is a crucial part of the information governance organization – they’re the standard-bearer of the initiative, and the individual impact of the role can’t be overstated. Therefore, the job description of a data steward must accurately capture the unique responsibility and accountability inherent in this important role. Of course, there’s more than one way to structure and build a data governance organization, and data stewards inevitably carry different responsibilities in each enterprise.

Regardless of the approach, the following duties form the foundation of well-rounded and empowered data stewardship . . .

Read the full article here: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Data Stewards

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