19 Dec 2019 || 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm || Eastern Time (USA)
Many (if not most) data scientists spend a huge amount of their time being ‘data janitors’: sorting and cleaning data to make it usable, rather than analyzing it for actionable insights, analytics, visualization or other purposes.
In fact, the entire field of Big Data is dependent on usable data, and without a framework and set of tools for ensuring that the data is useful, data scientists will be at a loss, and likely without a job.
Data governance as emerged as a critical field that enables an organization to leverage data as a true enterprise asset by assembling the right set of:
- processes, and
On the macro level data governance refers to the governing of cross-border data flows by countries, and hence is more precisely called international data governance. On a micro level, data governance is a data management concept that gets organizations to ensure that high data quality exists throughout “the data lifecycle.” On a micro level, the key focus areas include availability, usability, consistency, data integrity and data security, and includes establishing processes to ensure effective data management throughout the enterprise such as accountability for the adverse effects of poor data quality and ensuring that the data which an enterprise has can be used by the entire organization.
In this webinar, Mark Peco will provide a road map to help you construct a path to rich data and powerful analytics for your project, team and/or organization.
About your Instructor:
Mark Peco is a thought leader in Data Analytics, Data Governance, Data Management, Business Intelligence, Analytics, Data Management, Data Science, Program Management and Process Improvement. Mark’s work involves consulting and training, including helping clients shape and achieve their data-driven ambitions. By teaching and advising clients on analytic concepts and perspectives, Mark focuses on develop organizational and individual capabilities to drive successful results. Mark holds a MA in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo as well as a BA in Civil Engineering from that same university. Mark resides in Canada and is also an instructor at York University. Mark travels globally to consult with clients and deliver training programs.
Come join us for a 1-hour, highly informative session with extensive Q&A so you can ask an expert in the field questions relevant to your needs.
Also, remember to come ready with your questions, as the sessions are always very interactive.