Course curriculum

  • 1


    • Introduction

    • How to use this course

    • Course structure

  • 2

    The data enabled organisation

    • Introduction

    • The data enabled organisation

    • Extending data quality management to data governance

    • The role of the CDO

    • Change management

    • The escalation process

    • Data ethics

    • Data culture

    • Exercise

  • 3

    The benefits of improving data quality management

    • Introduction

    • The benefits of improving data quality management

    • Avoidable costs in your organisation

  • 4

    Understanding the current position

    • Introduction

    • Organisational maturity

    • Understanding current data quality

    • Understand organisational context

  • 5

    Planning implementation of data quality management

    • Introduction

    • Overall approach to implementation

    • Sponsorship

    • Stakeholder management

    • Synergies

    • Exercise

    • The impact of data on projects

    • Data migration

    • Data migration example

    • Implementation approach

    • The 'footprint'

    • De-risk software projects

    • Develop implementation plan

    • A valid business case?

    • Exercise

  • 6

    Delivering implementation of data quality management

    • Introduction

    • Project governance

    • Risk management

    • Communication

    • Iterate

    • Exercise

    • Conclusion

    • Downloads

Managing Data Quality course bundle

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Julian Schwarzenbach

Julian is an experienced data expert who has provided consultancy services for 10+ years and has worked in end-user organisations in data related roles for 25+ years. He is passionate about improving the ways that organisations manage and exploit data. Julian is co-author with Tim King of the book 'Managing Data Quality: A Practical Guide'. Julian is Chair of the BCS Data Management Specialist Group and is a Fellow of the BCS. Julian is also involved in development of national and international standards through membership of a number of ISO and BSI standards committees.