Phx_DAMA_2010_12_Ladley - Master Data Management Risk and...

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1 Master Data Management, Risk and Governance All content copyright IMCue Solutions 2008. Duplication prohibited
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All content copyright IMCue Solutions 2009. Duplication prohibited 2 Background Challenges MDM requires GOVERNANCE MDM means CHANGE “Clean” implementations are rare Reinforcing the challenges Technical projects Unproven technology Poor business requirements Not integrated into EA or EIM MDM as a technology effort is not destined for success All content copyright IMCue Solutions 2008. Duplication prohibited
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All content copyright IMCue Solutions 2009. Duplication prohibited 3 Problem Statement What benefits can we identify that will urge the organization towards managing information more effectively, specifically via MDM?
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All content copyright IMCue Solutions 2009. Duplication prohibited 4 Key Terms Enterprise Information Management - EIM is the program that manages enterprise information asset to support the business and improve value. EIM manages the plans, policies, principles, frameworks, technologies, organizations, people and processes in an enterprise towards the goal of maximizing the investment in data and content MDM - Authoritative, reliable foundation for data used across many applications & constituencies with goal to provide single view of truth no matter where it lies DG - Data governance is the organization and implementation of policies, procedures, structure, roles, and responsibilities which outline and enforce rules of engagement, decision rights, and accountabilities for the effective management of information assets John Ladley, Danette McGilvray, Anne-Marie Smith, Gwen Thomas Architectural elements – The various pieces and products of information architectures that are designed and deployed to fulfill EIM, e.g. Data Warehouse Information architecture Principles, Policies Data quality Content management Document management
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All content copyright IMCue Solutions 2009. Duplication prohibited 5 Context of EIM Access, Classification, Auditing, Protection Technology and Infrastructure Content Integrity - Privacy, Security, Control Information Life Cycle Enterprise Information Architecture Metadata Business Data Reference Data Transaction Data Access, Classification, Auditing, Protection Technology and Infrastructure Content Integrity - Privacy, Security, Control Operational Reporting Analytical Reporting Information Life Cycle Unstructured Content
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All content copyright IMCue Solutions 2009. Duplication prohibited 6 Our Approach Business case Identifying and classifying risk areas within MDM Compelling scenarios Governance MDM Governance Compliance Architecture MDM and EIM Architectures MDM Technical Architecture Incremental roll out Culture Change Altering data behaviors Implementing Accountability
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7 Business Case Identifying and classifying risk component Compelling scenarios
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All content copyright IMCue Solutions 2009. Duplication prohibited 8 The nature of EIM Business cases Managed, Actionable Enterprise
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