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Governance of Data

Delivering a data strategy

Alison Holt (editor), Alison Holt (author), Benoit Aubert (author), David Sutton (author), Frédéric Gelissen (author), Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin (author), Abdelaziz Khadraoui (author), Brian Donnellan (author), Alisdair McKenzie (author), Geoff Clarke (author), Mihai Bilauca (author), Pan Rong (author), Jose Antonio Costa (author), Ming Li (author), Rohan Light (author), Ardi Kolah (author), Beenish Saeed (author)

UK Price: £32.99 £24.74 EU Price: €41.99 €31.49 ROW (USD) Price: $46.99 $35.24 
ISBN: 9781780173757
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 170 x 244
Number of pages: 160
Publication date: 29 AUG 2018
Publisher: BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT




Every week brings news of an organisation that has distributed data that shouldn't have been shared, or has lost out to a competitor who is using data to drive business in an innovative way. 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 and best practice frameworks. 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.
An internationally acclaimed expert in corporate governance of data, IT and sustainability management, Alison Holt is Director and Founder of Longitude 174 Limited. Alison Holt chairs the New Zealand mirror groups for the development of international IT governance and IT service management standards, and is the author of the BCS book, 'Governance of IT.'

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