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10 Steps for a Proper Data Governance Plan

  • 10 Steps for a Proper Data Governance Plan-

    Assign a Digital Governance Owner 

    The process needs a leader to centralize project management and direct other key departmental stakeholders. This individual will be in charge of task prioritization, tag remediation, defining standards for vendor vetting, implementation, monitoring and removal.

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10 Steps for a Proper Data Governance Plan

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    Assign a Digital Governance Owner 

    The process needs a leader to centralize project management and direct other key departmental stakeholders. This individual will be in charge of task prioritization, tag remediation, defining standards for vendor vetting, implementation, monitoring and removal.

Data governance has become increasingly vital to enterprises, especially as data is being collected by a multitude of stakeholders, some even unknown. Preserving the integrity and consistency of your organization's data is crucial since this information is used to gain business insights. However, establishing a digital governance plan – managing multiple stakeholders, an increasingly complex marketing technology stack, and dealing with a changing regulatory environment – can be a challenge. With the right education and tools, the job can be made a lot simpler. In this slideshow, Mollie Panzner, SME on Digital Governance & Vendor Analysis at Ghostery, has identified 10 steps organizations can take towards establishing a proper data governance plan.