Data governance : governing data for sustainable business / edited by Alison Holt.

Contributor(s): Holt, A. L. (Alison L.) [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Swindon, UK : BCS Learning and Development Ltd., 2021Description: xix, 125 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 178017375X; 9781780173757.Subject(s): INFORMATION MANAGEMENT | MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS | BUSINESSES | MANAGEMENT | BUSINESS MANAGEMENT | DATA PROCESSING | DATA MANAGEMENTHoldings: GRETA POINT: 005.94 DAT
Contents:
Figures and tables -- Authors -- Abbreviations -- Preface -- Part 1. The requirement to govern data -- 1. Data collection through the ages -- 2. Incentives and disincentives for collecting and sharing data -- 3. The theory behind governing data -- 4. Governing data: dealing with connectivity -- Part 2. Data accountability -- 5. Collect -- 6. Store -- 7. Decide -- 8. Report -- 9. Distribute -- 10. Dispose -- Afterword -- Appendix A. Governing data: dealing with regulations -- References -- Glossary -- Index.
Summary: "Data is fundamentally changing the nature of businesses and organisations and the mechanisms for delivering products and services. This book is a practical guide to developing strategy and policy for data governance, in line with the developing ISO 38505 governance of data standards. It will assist an organisation wanting to become more of a data driven business by explaining how to assess the value, risks and constraints associated with collecting, using and distributing data." -- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 118-121) and index.

Figures and tables -- Authors -- Abbreviations -- Preface -- Part 1. The requirement to govern data -- 1. Data collection through the ages -- 2. Incentives and disincentives for collecting and sharing data -- 3. The theory behind governing data -- 4. Governing data: dealing with connectivity -- Part 2. Data accountability -- 5. Collect -- 6. Store -- 7. Decide -- 8. Report -- 9. Distribute -- 10. Dispose -- Afterword -- Appendix A. Governing data: dealing with regulations -- References -- Glossary -- Index.

"Data is fundamentally changing the nature of businesses and organisations and the mechanisms for delivering products and services. This book is a practical guide to developing strategy and policy for data governance, in line with the developing ISO 38505 governance of data standards. It will assist an organisation wanting to become more of a data driven business by explaining how to assess the value, risks and constraints associated with collecting, using and distributing data." -- Provided by publisher.

GRETA POINT: 005.94 DAT

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