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Forrester: Break Through Data Governance Fatigue

When your team hears the phrase, “data governance,” do their eyes light up with interest or glaze over with indifference? If you treat data governance as a means of control vs empowerment, you lose compliance from those managing your data in addition to missing out on the opportunity to drive business value with useful data.

“Data governance was never about the data. It was about your business. Focusing on command and control cultures, bureaucracy, complexity, and technology has hobbled data governance success. Enterprises overthought the effort. Break past the traditional frameworks and approaches to finally get results and sustainability from your data governance.” – Break Through Data Governance Fatigue, Forrester, February 25, 2021

In this report, you’ll learn

  1. Why data governance must live inside, not beside, your business
  2. How purpose, culture, and action define the data governance effort and
  3. How Ambient Data Governance is the target state for business resilience

If you’re ready to rally your team around a data governance approach that works for them, read this complimentary report.

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