Upcoming Interactive Data Governance Events

Live and Collaborative Data Governance Education 

DataQG Community Roundtable: Being a Data Governance Team of ONE.

Jan 17th, 2022 at 11:00 AM EST

This community roundtable will be comprise of members who are a Data Governance team of ONE. Learn best practices, lessons, and approaches. Your are not alone!  LEARN MORE…

Data Value Office: Data Governance Building Blocks, Strategy, & Responsibilities

Feb 1st, 2023 at 10:00 AM EST

BioNTech’s Senior Director of the Data Value Office, Jörg Werner will be presenting data strategy objectives, roles and responsibilities, and governance capabilities including technology stock and learnings . LEARN MORE…

Community Roundtable: Governing Data Privacy

Feb 10th, 2023 at 10:00 AM EST

Join DataQG’s exciting member roundtable with leading experts to discuss Data Privacy! In this session, we will be tackling data privacy fundamentals, the relationship between Data Governance & Data Privacy, and unique ways to get started in your Data Privacy Program….LEARN MORE…

Community Roundtable: Data Governance Business Impact, Metrics & Roadmaps

Feb 15th, 2023 at 11:00 AM EST

Join DataQG’s member roundtable where will be discussing data governance revenue drivers and strategies, metrics and KPIs, and creative ways to….LEARN MORE…

Ask the Expert: Data Privacy Best Practices

Feb 16st, 2023 at 11:00 AM EST

DataQG’s “Ask the Expert” is excited to have Data Privacy Specialist John Adams to work with the community and answer questions regarding data privacy best practices, approaches, and techniques.. LEARN MORE…

Ask the Expert: Driving Strategy with Data Governance

March 1st, 2023 at 11:00 AM EST

DataQG’s “Ask the Expert” is excited to have Rohith Nandagiri, Head of Data Strategy and Governance to tackle community questions focused on driving strategy with data governance.. LEARN MORE…

How Collaborative Data Governance Can Work

Mar 7th, 2023 at 10:00 AM EST

DataQG Member Tiankai Feng, Head of Product Data Governance @Adidas will be presenting a compelling and actionable session on Collaborative Data Governance. He will dive into an actual framework for collaboration between teams in regard to good data… LEARN MORE…

Past Events…

KPIs – A top priority for Data Governance

Jan 19th, 2023 at 11:00 AM EST

Dan has been a leader in data governance, corporate strategy, and business transformation for decades across multiple industries.
He will be discussing Data Strategy within an organization, and how many a company may actually need. LEARN MORE…

DataQG Community Roundtable: Beginning Your Data Governance Strategy

This community roundtable will be an open discussion with DataQG members on crowdsource topics relevant to their current data governance needs. Open for all members to attend.-Beginning your data governance strategy -What do we need…

Data Governance and Change Management

Owen Tak: Manager of Business Intelligence and Data Management  will share his experience and approach to Change Management in relation to Data Governance. Owen brings a depth of knowledge in the Data Governance Space and currently heads up the effort for these activities.

Data Governance: Organization & Accountability- Getting Everyone on the Same Page

Data Governance is best described by a set of dimensions or characteristics that define it. One of the key dimensions begins with the creation of the Data Governance (DG) group. This group has the responsibility of defining the level of implementation…

Community Roundtable: Data Catalog Strategy, Data Quality Monitoring, Building/Maintaining a Business Glossary

This community roundtable will be an open discussion with DataQG members on crowdsource topics relevant to their current data governance needs. Topic of Discussion: -Data Catalog Strategy
-Data Quality Monitoring-Building/Maintaining a Business Glossary…

Roundtable: Corporate Strategy, Data Visibility, & Getting you program off the Ground

This Data Governance Community roundtable focused on three very important topics for data governance teams of all sizes and maturity. Join Bill Wood, Owen Tak, and Zack Jakaitis discuss corporate strategy, increasing visibility in your data teams, and…

Building a Data Governance Communications Plan

Guest speaker and Data Governance Strategy Expert Eric Landis will be presenting an interactive session on Building a Data Governance Communication Plan. Eric brings over a decade of expertise to the industry and has been working with clients globally assisting in their Data Governance Initiatives.Let’s face it. To our executives…

Data Governance in the era of Artificial Intelligence

Will increase adoption of artificial intelligence in the form of automation, assistive technology and personalization; with data being the fuel, data governance plays a crucial role. Data Governance is a complex aspect that sits under the Responsible AI suite, which is subject to legal, policies and localization based on…

Data Governance: Empowerment Through Communication

Being successful at data governance requires a broad, holistic approach. There are four aspects of data governance: the usual ones of People, Process, and Technology. And I always add “Information”, to remind ourselves why we’re doing what we do. A lot of companies jump right into Technology, implementing Data…

Data Governance in the Era of Self Sovereign Identity

The Internet has been missing a layer of protocols that supports the expression of people’s identities. As a result, customers and employees end up losing the ownership and control of their online presence to companies who create and verify identities for them. That leads to issues like vendor lock-in and identity theft/fraud…

Data Democratization: Balancing Risk vs Reward Through Data Governance

Providing employees access to the company’s data, known as data democratization, can be tricky. While a more open attitude to data within the enterprise can give people the tools to fuel innovation, it also can pose problems and lead to lost business opportunities if the controls and restrictions are too high. If done right, data…

Data Modeling and Data Catalog at NEPC

As part of NEPC’s broader Data Governance Implementation, the development of a comprehensive Data Model was seen as an extremely important step. This was a highly collaborative effort leveraging the expertise of many individuals throughout NEPC. In the end a robust Data Model was created highlighting all our key data entities like Client, Plan and Plan Holdings just to name a few…

Wrestling with Data Quality

Data Quality is one of the critical components in the Data Governance initiative. It is an on-going process of improving the quality of data and the processes that are consuming this data. The main objective of the data quality process is deliver the clean data to the stakeholders so that they can take the right decisions. As we all know, data is a new fuel and we also know we will not use bad…

Driving Revenue with Data Governance

Up until a few years back, Data Governance used to be a back office program and a “nice to have”. No longer. Nowadays, most organizations realize the value data governance practice brings to the top line for their businesses. This brings a different set of challenges-Without upfront understanding and socialization of a data governance initiative’s expected business benefits, getting…

Playing the game of Data Governance

Data governance is a team sport. Like most team sports, data governance requires careful preparation before the game, plus coordination, teamwork and a sense of working towards a common end goal. Just like in sports, there’s also the offensive strategy when it comes to data governance- where you have to tie in data governance to broader business initiatives and the defensive…

Actionable Strategies for Branding and Marketing Your Data Governance Program

It is widely known across business and industry that people tend to do business with companies they are familiar with and utilize products and services they believe will provide the most value compared with alternatives. These dynamics are not unique to free-market consumers. As data leaders, we often spend an inordinate…