Devising the Strategy, Making the Plan

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By David Loshin

The three steps that I suggested in my last post about where to begin with data quality are truly meant to help determine where to begin, but also to guide the development of a longer term strategy and plan.
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Assembling a Data Quality Management Framework

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By David Loshin

There are two dominating questions that I am asked over and over again when people are in process to create a program for data quality management.

The first is “how can you develop a business justification for a data quality program?”… Read More

Data Quality Problems are Predictable

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By Elliot King

The idea that poor data quality is costly and hurts performance is about as old as science itself. The seminal science writer Stephen Jay Gould wrote a whole book about how faulty data leads to faulty conclusions, often to the great detriment of society.
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Assessment is the Critical First Step

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By Elliot King

Edward Deming taught us long ago about the virtuous cycle of continual quality improvement–plan for change; execute the change; study the results and then take action to improve the process. But Deming’s PDSA (plan, do, study, act) cycle is a generic approach.
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