Data governance changes behavior to maximise the value of data

Data governance defines responsibility for data

Data governance is the system of decision rights and accountabilities for information-related processes.

Data governance is the foundation of data management - changing behaviour to ensure the delivery of trusted and valuable information.

Data governance ensures that the right people are involved at every step of the data management process - making decisions, understanding impact, supplying context, prioritising deliveries, and staying informed.

Companies that practise active data governance - embedding data stewardship and curatorship activities into business as usual data processes - report significant advantages in their ability to use data effectively

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