Need Help with Your Business Glossary? Here are Some Resources to Help

Need Help with Your Business Glossary? Here are Some Resources to Help

StockSnap_8A670850BE_BusinessGlossaryResources_Library_BPBusiness glossaries are an important content item in data governance (or as we call it data intelligence).  Therefore business glossaries are important to all organizations as it allows staff to speak the same language.  A business glossary should not be tied to a specific data system.  But creating an effective business glossary is not easy.  It might involve many discussions (sometimes heated).   So how do you create a business glossary?  Well, we have written some blog posts, created some videos and done some webinars on the subject of business glossaries and thought we would put all of these resources in one place.  

Here are some of the blog posts that we have written on the subject:

Also, we have a few videos in our YouTube Channel regarding business glossaries including:

And we have done some webinars on the subject as well (here are the recordings):

As always, we will be adding content resources on a variety of data governance related subjects. Feel free to check out our data governance resources page to access all the resources. Feel free to let us know any other resources that could aid you in your data governance journey.

IData has a solution, the Data Cookbook, that can aid the employees and the organization in its data governance, data intelligence, data stewardship and data quality initiatives. IData also has experts that can assist with data governance, reporting, integration and other technology services on an as needed basis. Feel free to contact us and let us know how we can assist.

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Jim Walery is a marketing professional who has been providing marketing services to technology companies for over 20 years and specifically those in higher education since 2010. Jim assists in getting the word out about the community via a variety of channels. Jim is knowledgeable in social media, blogging, collateral creation and website content. He is Inbound Marketing certified by HubSpot. Jim holds a B.A. from University of California, Irvine and a M.A. from Webster University. Jim can be reached at jwalery[at]

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