What Data Governance Really Means: Tips and tools to achieve a robust data governance framework

Date:
Thursday 13 May 2010

Venue:
BCS, First Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA

Time:
6pm for 6.30pm - 9.00pm

Synopsis:

Data governance remains a hot topic as we progress through 2010. Across different industries it is recognised as an enabler to strategic business objectives including cost optimisation, regulatory compliance, market growth and customer retention. However despite maturing as a recognised discipline, organisations are still failing to reap benefits from data governance initiatives.

Matt Stuart, Information Management Advisor from Ernst & Young LLP explores what data governance really means, discusses the critical success factors and provides some practical tips from his experience to embed a robust and success data governance framework.

Biography

Matt is a manager within the IT Risk and Assurance Practice at Ernst & Young specialising in information management. He joined Ernst & Young in 2008 and over his 15 year career, Matt has helped organisations from both the private and public sector manage their data through large and complex business transformation programmes. Matt has a BSc in Strategic Systems Management and an MSc in Information Management.