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MDM Architectural Styles: Domains Matter


In a previous blog I discussed the four primary MDM architectural styles: consolidated, registry, coexistence, and transactional. In case you missed it, read it here: MDM Architecture Styles – Do you have the right mix? Each has their individual strengths and weaknesses, but no single MDM architectural style is ideal for every application.  Beyond the […]

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How Long to Create a Data Governance Policy?


The answer is: it depends!

A question was recently posted on a Kalido Blog “A Brief History of Data Governance” written by Winston Chen back in 2010.  The question posed by “neha” asks: “How long does it take to come up with a strong data governance policy in the organization?” The short answer here is that there is no “right” […]

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A Common Explaining Language Leads to Understanding


“I can explain it to you, but I can’t understand it for you.” A good friend of mine recently alienated the person that pays his salary with the above statement. While you might question his wisdom – I know I did (after a quiet chuckle) – I’m reminded of how often the same thought has […]

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MDM Architecture Styles – Do you have the right mix?


What is the right MDM architecture style for your organization? It’s definitely an open-ended question that deserves an informed answer, especially before making new investment decisions. But before tackling the question, it is useful to define and understand the MDM styles themselves. Dr. Dave Waddington of The Information Difference defined four broad styles in an […]

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Single Versions of the Truths


Good Data + Bad Process = Unpredictable Results, Bad Data + Good Process = Unpredictable Results

I just finished reading a blog by Forrester’s Connie Moore, “Do You Have a Single Version of Process?” on the Information Management website.  Having lived parts of my career in both the Business Process Management and Data Management worlds, I couldn’t agree with her more!  This piece helps to bring us back to earth regarding […]

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