Adoption and Return on Investment are Important for Data Governance. Here are Some Resources

Adoption and Return on Investment are Important for Data Governance. Here are Some Resources

StockSnap_CG548Y4RPC_guyreading_roiassessment_BPThere are many reasons for the slow adoption of data governance (or as we call it data intelligence) or not realizing its return on investment (ROI).  We have written some blog posts and done some webinars on the subject of adoption and return on investment so this blog post is all of these resources in one place.  

Some reasons include:

  • lack of cross organization involvement
  • lack of leadership or buy-in from leadership
  • lack of framework, resources and tools
  • lack of alignment with organization goals
  • poor communication or management of initiative
  • initiative too big at start or too complicated

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

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

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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