Oh yes, in my crazy berserkergang of presenting stupid buzzword suggestions it’s time for “Guerrilla Data Quality”. And this time there is no previous hits on google to point at as the original source.
But I noticed that “Guerrilla Data Governance” is in use and as Data Governance and Data Quality are closely related disciplines, I think there could be something being “Guerrilla Data Quality”.
Also recently an article called “How to set data quality goals any business can achieve” was published by Dylan Jones on DataQualityPro. Here the need for setting short term realistic goals is emphasised in contrast to making a full size enterprise wide all domain massive initiative. This article sets focus on the people and process side of what may be “Guerrilla Data Quality”.
Recently I wrote a blog post called “Driving Data Quality in 2 Lanes” focussing on the tool selection for what may be “Guerrilla Data Quality” and the enterprise wide follow up.
Actually I guess most Data Quality activity going on is in fact “Guerrilla Data Quality”. The problem then is that most literature and teaching on Data Quality is aimed at the massive enterprise wide implementations.