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Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Data Quality 2013: Asia Pacific Congress

I'm delighted to be participating in the Ark Group's forthcoming Data Quality Asia Pacific Congress, to be held from 5-7 March at Citigate Central in Sydney.

The DQ Congress has been running annually since 2005 and features international keynote presenters and practitioner case studies, bringing attendees up to date information on such topics as: managing unstructured and complex data, master data management, effective data governance, new innovations and technologies; communicating about data quality.

As well as contributing to an "Ask the Experts" trouble-shooting panel, I will also be hosting a half-day interactive workshop, "Maximising value of your information assets: Creating and maintaining the Information Asset Register".

This workshop will equip participants with the understanding of key factors associated with a successful organisational approach to Information Asset Management, and focuses on practical methods and processes of building and maintaining the Information Asset Register as a building-block for maximising business value. Key topics include:
  • What do we mean by “Information as an Asset”?
  • What do I need to include in the Information Asset Register?
  • Who needs to be accountable for information?
  • How does the Information Asset Management process work?
  • How do I measure the value of an Information Asset?
  • What other Information Management best-practices do I need to be aware of? 
I hope to see you there!

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