Collibra, a leader in data governance software solutions for business users, today announced that the company’s Chief Technology Officer, Stan Christiaens, will be a featured speaker at the 10th annual Chief Data Officer & Information Quality Symposium, taking place July 12-14 in Cambridge, Mass. The conference will explore the evolving role of the Chief Data Officer as a central player in the business of data across a variety of global industries and issues. Christiaens will address key data governance issues and trends during two sessions:
As with any asset, not all data assets need to be managed the same way. This session will explore best practices and enabling technologies that underpin the Data Management Maturity Model from the CMMI for effective:
· Data Governance
· Data Quality
· Data Architecture
· Data Operations
As organizations refine their use and understanding of their data, the role of the Chief Data Officer and their organization continues to evolve. One of the most important tasks for the CDO is getting and sustaining stakeholder adoption across the business, often adding new responsibilities on top of already existing day jobs. To do this successfully requires stepping out of ad-hoc approaches where meetings, spreadsheets and email rule supreme, and leveraging a broad and flexible platform to accommodate the variations and changes that exist in a normal organization, as well as the rapid expansion of use cases, regulatory changes, and increasingly diverse user community. Christiaens will explores the platform approach and how it enables CDOs to empower their organizations.