March 15, 2015

Ask yourself:

Have you ever had to quickly lay your hands on the precise business rule for an unfamiliar field in the master data in order to plan for additional use?

Have you ever needed to write a quality check query, or to merge data from an incoming acquisition? Wh...

January 22, 2015

The last few blogs dwelled on the importance of documenting standards from an overall knowledge management point of view. The last three covered how it’s better to pace yourself to develop high quality standards vs. an intense project, why documenting is important from...

June 21, 2012

Now that the new version of the ASUG Data Quality Taxonomy has been published I thought it might be a good idea to review some of the ways the taxonomy is being used and potentially can be used as more companies implement this open source taxonomy.

What is it? 

The ASU...

May 7, 2012

No I do not mean your data is worth its weight in diamonds, although it could be.
Your data is “shaped” like a diamond.

And a diamond might help you sell to management easier than a triangle.

Ever since PwC published an earlier version of this data hierarchy triangle at...

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