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Articles by Jill Dyché

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Data Governance Next Practices: The 5 + 2 Model Summary
There are five key critical success factors that are indispensable for any data governance effort. Read about them in this article that also discusses the optional secondary success factors.

Topics: Data Governance, Data Stewardship, Data Management

by Jill Dyché | 1 comment
12-09-2010
How’s Your Data? The Problem with Self-Assessments Summary
In his article, Jill Dyché discusses the problems with using internally administered surveys to determine the state of your organization's data quality. Often, the survey questions are so vague that you don't learn what you need to know, and some stakeholders could be unknowingly sabotaging the assessment.

Topics: Data Governance, Data Quality, Information Quality (IQ)
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by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
08-25-2010
When Data Can’t Be Trusted, Master Data Management Becomes “Plan B” Summary
Jill Dyché explains why companies are turning to master data management when they discover they have many different versions of the same data.

Topics: Data Integration, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
08-04-2009
From Popcorn to Meat and Potatoes: Data Governance Evolves Summary
Jill Dyché and Frank Dravis talk about the evolution of data governance and discuss what part of an organization should "own" the data governance effort.

Topics: Data Integration, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Frank Dravis, Jill Dyché | 1 comment
06-10-2009
Confessions of a Data Governance Sponsor Summary
Jill Dyché provides a cautionary tale for those of you on the brink of enlisting the business in a data governance effort or for those on the business side considering launching an effort of your own.

Topics: Data Integration, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
12-10-2008
Data Governance in 3-D Summary
Jill Dyché discusses the core define-design-deploy continuum for successful data governance initiatives.

Topics: Data Integration, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
08-28-2008
Taking It From the Top: When Data Governance Doesn’t Work Summary
Is it possible to establish a truly sustainable data governance program for the long term?

Topics: Data Integration, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
07-31-2008
The Dirty Job of Data Governance Summary
Jill Dyché provides the 8 guiding principles for her new Data Governance Newsletter.

Topics: Data Integration, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
06-26-2008
Your Business Intelligence Program Summary
Taking the time to establish a common vocabulary around business intelligence and master data management projects gets everyone on the same page and also is a means by which to enlist business involvement.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Master Data Management (MDM)

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
04-24-2008
Six Archetypes of a Bad Executive Sponsor Summary
As the role of the executive sponsor gains more visibility, people on both sides of the IT/business divide need to be clear about this role. Here's how to spot a bad sponsor before your project begins — or before it’s too late.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Best Practices, Management

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
02-28-2008
Wouldn’t It Be Cool? Our Business Intelligence and Data Integration Wish List for 2008 Summary
Jill Dyché and Evan Levy provide their wish list of business intelligence and data integration capabilities, features and functions.

Topics: Data Integration, Application Development, Business Intelligence, Information Management, Data Quality, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Data Governance

by Jill Dyché, Evan Levy | 0 comments
01-31-2008
Business Intelligence in Healthcare: The Drivers Summary
On the heels of the popular article by her colleague Shravan Miriyala, Jill Dyché discusses the drivers of information delivery and analytics, admonishing providers to cure their data and heal their information delivery capabilities.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Management

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
09-27-2007
ROI for Customer Data Integration Summary
In this excerpt from Customer Data Integration: Reaching a Single Version of the Truth (Wiley, 2006), authors Jill Dyché and Evan Levy discuss how customer data hubs can drive ROI and how ING Insurance Americas reaped the rewards.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Management

by Jill Dyché, Evan Levy | 0 comments
08-30-2007
BI Adoption Evolves Part 2: Categorizing End Users Summary
Part 1 of this article introduced the Baseline Pyramid, which offers a BI taxonomy according to the type of usage and the maturity of the data. In Part 2, we spin the pyramid in order to relate this evolution to classes of knowledge workers.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Strategy

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
07-26-2007
BI Adoption Evolves, Part 1 Summary
When it comes to business intelligence, there’s no such thing as “one size fits all.” The key to deploying BI successfully is to understand its evolution, and to meet end users where they are.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence

by Jill Dyché | 0 comments
06-28-2007

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