When advising about and doing actual work within the data governance realm you often need to refer to open available resources.
As data governance still is an emerging discipline the available resources are of that nature too. There are plenty of good and insightful articles, blog posts and other pieces of information around. But when you try to put them together to work in a data governance journey, the recommendations may point in a lot of different directions.
When it comes to open available resources where there is a kind of consistent framework for a data governance programme I have seen these two out there:
- The Mike2 Open Methodology Information Governance Solution Offering
- The DGI (Data Governance Institute) Data Governance Framework
Have you found, or made available, other more or less complete journey plans for data governance out there?
@Henrik You might be interested in KeeeX: http://keeex.io, it may give you new insight to lightweight data governance.
Thanks Laurent. A kind of data governance tool covering an aspect of data governance I think.
Thanks Henrik, considering your expertise on the subject, I’d be indebted that you try KeeeX and let me know what you think.
Rob Seiner Non-invasive data governance is another at http://www.tdan.com
Thanks Michael. I find the thoughts behind Non-Invasive Data Governance very relevant. I also noticed that Non-Invasive Data Governance™ is a trademark of Robert S. Seiner and KIK Consulting.
Henrik, the “IBM Data Governance Unified Process” (Sunil Soares) is also very pragmatic and very useful -> http://public.dhe.ibm.com/common/ssi/ecm/en/imm14074usen/IMM14074USEN.PDF
Thanks Jean. Indeed, and I think you can actually follow that roadmap without using IBM software 🙂