Part 4 in Dmitrii Kovalchuk’s excellent series on building a data management program from scratch in Kazakhstan
Transforming National Companies (Part 4) – No Change Management? No Data Management, by Dmitrii Kovalchuk
Part 3 in Dmitrii Kovalchuk’s series on building a data management program from scratch in Kazakhstan
Part 2 in Dmitrii Kovalchuk’s series on building a data management program in Kazakhstan
A new series on building a data management program in Kazakhstan
James Parnitzke on defining your future state
James Parnitzke on defining your current state
This webinar reply is sponsored by Hub Designs and IBM, and is presented by Information Management.
A “live blog” of Mark Beyer’s “Extreme Information Management” session at the Gartner MDM Summit 2012
The January/February 2011 issue of Information Management magazine is out, and my column is titled “Data Modeling: The Lingua Franca of a Successful MDM Effort”. Here’s a brief excerpt from the article: There are two types of master data management platforms available today: those with prebuilt data models developed by the software vendor and those […]
The latest issue of Information Management magazine is out, and my column in this edition is titled “Data Governance: A Chicken and Egg Problem”. Here’s a brief introduction to the article: Data governance suffers from a bit from the “chicken or the egg” syndrome. People at your company aren’t going to understand what data governance […]
One of my favorite philosophers is Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra. If you have not yet studied his quotes, I strongly suggest you look them up. His declaration “I wish I had an answer to that because I’m tired of answering that question” can be interpreted similar to the quote “the more you know, the more […]
My latest article on “Why Product Information Management” in the May/June 2010 issue of Information Management magazine is available at http://digital.info-mgmt.com/info-mgmt/20100506#pg45. Please let me know what you think about the business benefits of product master data management by commenting here. And thank you for reading this blog and my Information Management articles!
digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! Usually, when I’ve written a magazine article, I’ll post a brief excerpt here, with a link to the full article. When I moved from the online edition of DM Review (now known as Information Management) to writing a monthly column in the print edition, somehow I […]