Data Governance Europe Conference 2009

Data Governance Europe Conference 2009

Date: 28/01/2009

Data Governance Europe conference 2009
2-5 February 2009, London

There are just over 3 more weeks to go before Europe’s most imperative conference on Data Governance will take place. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to:

  • Learn why data governance is a must for organisations in today’s economic climate
  • Learn best practices and gain useful insights from experts in the data governance field who have
    implemented hundreds of data governance programs
  • Learn from the practical experiences and success stories of your peers who have
    started and sustained data governance programs and initiatives
  • Understand how to get buy in and support for your data governance program
  • Understand why data governance is critical to successful MDM projects

The 2nd Annual Data Governance Conference Europe 2009 will focus on the “how to’s” in data governance from getting started to achieving data governance maturity. Produced by IRM UK, Wilshire Conferences and DebTech International, the conference will focus on practical approaches and success stories. Delegates can choose from 6 pre-conference tutorials, 3 conference tracks and 1 full day post conference tutorial.

Just a few of the organisations participating so far in this crucial conference include Lloyds TSB, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals, World Bank, Metropolitan Police, npower, Legal Services Commission, NFU Mutual Insurance, Scottish Qualifications Authority, Hertsmere Borough Council, Microsoft Corporation, DVLA, Thomson Reuters, BP, American Automobile Association, Cable & Wireless, Lexmark International, Kaiser Permanente, World Vision International and many more….
Featured speakers include Robert Seiner, Malcolm Chisholm, Mike Ferguson, Andy Hayler, Gwen Thomas, John Ladley and Guy Tozer.
Topics include:

  • Data governance basics
  • How to get started in data governance
  • Real life success stories
  • Data stewardship
  • MDM and governance
  • Building the business case for governance
  • Privacy
  • Data protection
  • Best practices in data governance
  • SOA and data governance
  • Data governance frameworks and methodologies
  • How to deal with change, cultural and political issues
  • Data governance roles and responsibilities
  • Pitfalls to avoid in data governance initiatives
  • Global data governance

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