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February Chapter Meeting - Meta-data Management + Governance = Business Results: A Case Study in Collaboration

  • February 18, 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Sheraton Bellevue Hotel, 100 112th Ave Ne, Bellevue, WA 98004


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Often times, it's difficult to "sell" Data Management concepts such as Meta-data Management and Data Governance to our Business Stakeholders. Inherently, the Business Stakeholders understand the implied intangible benefits of improved data quality; nevertheless, all businesses require explicit tangible business impact to justify investments in process improvements, resources and IT Systems. 

With this backdrop, the teams in this Case Study took a very prescriptive approach to quantify the impact of their project and frame the benefits in a context that would resonate with their Business Teams. The IT and Business teams partnered together and secured strong Business sponsorship using a combination of Six Sigma and Lean principles, coupled with fundamental data management principles and business acumen.

What you will learn:
  • Lesson learned on applying Meta-data Management and Governance
  • Examples of quantifying business impact
  • How governance can facilitate and accelerate cross-team collaboration

TeresaTeresa Wylie has more than 25 years of experience in project management, with a focus in data management and customer relationship/vendor management. Teresa is an seasoned data management expert, including experience in meta-data management, data architect, data content analyst and integration specialist, resource management, business analysis, customer account management and project manager.

Teresa has a divers range of experience with clients in healthcare, pharmaceutical, software, retail, telecommunications, finance, consulting and insurance organizations. Teresa has consistently advanced her industry career, as well as co-owned and managed two wholesale/retail gift businesses. Teresa has been an active members of DAMA for over 20 years.

StephanieStephanie Loesche has more than 19 years of program management experience across diverse industries and roles including program manager for master product and customer data for a Worldwide Services Operations organization. Stephanie's expertise on data management and information management has allowed her to apply strategic-level analysis to create a data strategy that is directly impacting the business bottom line.

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