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DAMA DMBOK and Data Governance
Peter Vennel SCEA, CBIP, CDMP, PMP
HELLO!! I am Peter Vennel
• Director – EDW and BI at LexisNexis Risk Solutions
• Certified Data Management Professional (C...
DATA GOVERNANCE
• Everyone talks about it.
• Very few really know how to do it.
• Everyone thinks everyone else is doing i...
Six Blind Men and the Elephant
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What do you think is Data Governance?
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Video#1 on Data Quality
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0dIu4dCnJE
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How?
DMCOE
DATA MANAGEMENT
CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
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To consistently deliver quality data quickly by effectively engaging BUSINESS,
LEGAL and TECHNOLOGY.
The Data Governance C...
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DAMA International
 Not–for Profit Organization.
 Vendor Independent.
 Technology Independent.
 Geared towards Data...
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DAMA DMBOK Guide Goals
 To develop, build consensus and foster adoption for a generally accepted
view of data manageme...
Data Management Knowledge Areas
(DMBOK2 Wheel)
Data
Architecture
Data
Modeling
Data
Storage &
Operations
Data
Security
Dat...
Data Management Knowledge Areas
Organization
DATA
GOVERNANCE
DATASECURITY
DATAARCHITECTURE
MASTERDATA
METADATA
DATAQUALITY...
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 Data Governance
 Data Governance and Stewardship
 Business Cultural Development *
 Data in the Cloud *
 Data Hand...
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Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points (cont’d)
* New to DMBOK2
 Data Security
 Define and Develop Appropriate Data ...
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Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points (cont’d)
* New to DMBOK2
 Reference & Master Data
 Identify Business Referenc...
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Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points (cont’d)
* New to DMBOK2
 Meta-data
 Meta-data Strategy
 Understand Meta-dat...
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Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points (cont’d)
* New to DMBOK2
 Big Data & Data Science *
 Big Data Modeling *
 Ar...
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DMBOK2 Standard Chapter Format
 Introduction / Knowledge Area Definition
 Context Diagram
 Business Drivers *
 Esse...
DMBOK2 Knowledge Area Context diagram 22
Definition:
Goals:
Activity:
Inputs: Deliverables:
Definition:
Supplier Roles:
Re...
DMBOK2 Environment Elements
23© DAMA International 2015
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Video#2 Roles and Responsibility – Office Space
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV7u1VBhWCE
Implementing Data Governance ….
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Challenges …..
BUSINESS
CHALLENGES
TECHNOLOGY
CHALLENGES
LEGAL
CHALLENGES
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Video#3 Ugly Baby (Seinfeld)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkadtxlCRU4
DMCoE Pyramid
STRATEGIC
TACTICAL
OPERATIONAL
Data Governance Council
10 Knowledge Area Steering Committees
Data Management...
Steering Committee Participants
Each of the Steering Committees should have at least the following SMEs
• Business SME
• D...
Data
Governance
Council
Data Governance Council
Legal Executives Business Executives Info Tech
Executives
Data
Architectur...
Role of Data Governance team
• 100% dedicated to DG
• Conduit between the 3 layers (Strategic, Tactical
and Operational
• ...
Logical steps to Data Governance SUCCESS …
1. Recognize the right employees for this job.
2. Form a Steering Committee for...
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Don’t be afraid to give up the good to go for
the great!
– John D. Rockefeller
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DMBOK and Data Governance

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DMBOK and Data Governance

  1. 1. DAMA DMBOK and Data Governance Peter Vennel SCEA, CBIP, CDMP, PMP
  2. 2. HELLO!! I am Peter Vennel • Director – EDW and BI at LexisNexis Risk Solutions • Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP) • Certified Business Intelligence Professional (CBIP) • Sun Certified Enterprise Architect (SCEA) • Project Management Professional (PMP) • Board Member TAG Data Governance Society. • President and founder DAMA Georgia. • Reviewer for DMBOK2 (will be released end of 2015)
  3. 3. DATA GOVERNANCE • Everyone talks about it. • Very few really know how to do it. • Everyone thinks everyone else is doing it. • So everyone claims they are doing it…. Above reference taken from Big Data statement by Denis G on LinkedIn 3
  4. 4. Six Blind Men and the Elephant 4
  5. 5. What do you think is Data Governance? 5
  6. 6. 6 Video#1 on Data Quality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0dIu4dCnJE
  7. 7. 7 ?
  8. 8. How? DMCOE DATA MANAGEMENT CENTER OF EXCELLENCE 8
  9. 9. To consistently deliver quality data quickly by effectively engaging BUSINESS, LEGAL and TECHNOLOGY. The Data Governance Council will protect the data and facilitate the enforcement of regulatory, contractual and architectural compliance with the assistance from the various steering committee. Data Management Center of Excellence MISSION 9
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  12. 12. 12 DAMA International  Not–for Profit Organization.  Vendor Independent.  Technology Independent.  Geared towards Data Management professionals.  Started in the 1980’s.  65 Chapters in 25 countries and still growing.  Organizes key annual conferences around the globe.  Issues Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP) certification.  Oversees DMBOK.
  13. 13. 13 DAMA DMBOK Guide Goals  To develop, build consensus and foster adoption for a generally accepted view of data management.  To provide standard definitions for data management functions, roles, deliverables and other common terminology.  To identify “guiding principles”.  To introduce widely adopted practices, methods and techniques, without references to products and vendors.  To identify common organizational and cultural issues.  To guide readers to additional resources.  A Reference Book
  14. 14. Data Management Knowledge Areas (DMBOK2 Wheel) Data Architecture Data Modeling Data Storage & Operations Data Security Data Quality Meta-data Document & Content Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence Reference & Master Data Data Integration & Interoperability © DAMA International 2015 14 Data Governance
  15. 15. Data Management Knowledge Areas Organization DATA GOVERNANCE DATASECURITY DATAARCHITECTURE MASTERDATA METADATA DATAQUALITY DATAINTEGRATION DATASTORAGE&OPS DOCUMENT&CONTENT DATAMODELING DATAWAREHOUSE&BI 15
  16. 16. 16  Data Governance  Data Governance and Stewardship  Business Cultural Development *  Data in the Cloud *  Data Handling Ethics *  Data Architecture  Establish Enterprise Data Architecture  Design and Implement Data Architecture  Different architecture for different solution spaces *  Data Modeling & Design  Build, review and manage data model  Overview of models for different formats – E/R, UML, fact-based, object-role, full communication oriented, data vault, anchor, nosql *.  Data Storage & Operations  Database Support  Data Technology Management *  Types of databases and File systems (expanded) *  Configuration Management *  Virtualization (cloud) *  Manage availability of data throughout the data life cycle  Ensure the integrity and compliance of data assets  Manage performance of data transactions  Protect data assets and data integrity Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points * New to DMBOK2 © DAMA International 2015
  17. 17. 17 Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points (cont’d) * New to DMBOK2  Data Security  Define and Develop Appropriate Data Security Classifications.  Define and Develop Categories of Data Regulatory Requirements  Manage and Maintain Data Security  Manage Data Regulations  Assess Database Vulnerabilities*  Ethical hacking  Define Data Sensitivity in Meta-data *  Data Integration & Interoperability (DII) *  Data Integration *  Operational Intelligence Support *  Documents & Content  Develop Records and Content Management Strategies*  Understand Records and Content Requirements  Determine Information Architecture, Content and Semantic Models, Content Organization*  Develop E-Discovery *  Capture and Manage Records and Content  Capture, Manage, Retain, Publish and Deliver, Dispose and Archive Records and Content  Information Governance * © DAMA International 2015
  18. 18. 18 Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points (cont’d) * New to DMBOK2  Reference & Master Data  Identify Business Reference and Master Data Needs  Determine Data Requirements  Assemble and Reconcile Data Definitions  Identify and Analyze Data Sources  Establish Data Sharing/Integration Architecture *  Identify Trusted Reference and Master Data  Develop/Implement Data Sharing/Integration Services*  Use Reference and Master Data  Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence  Understand Functional and Non-Functional Requirements  Define and Maintain the DW-BI Architecture  Conceptual Data Warehousing/ Big Data/ BI/ Integration Architecture*  Implement Data Warehouses and Data Marts  Real time and near real time*  Populate the Data Warehouse  Implement Business Intelligence Portfolio *  Maintain Data Products  Use Open Data*  Define DW/BI Production Support Processes © DAMA International 2015
  19. 19. 19 Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points (cont’d) * New to DMBOK2  Meta-data  Meta-data Strategy  Understand Meta-data Requirements  Define the Meta-data Architecture  Create Meta-Model *  Apply Meta-data Standards  Manage Meta-data Stores  Create and Maintain, Integrate, Distribute, Deliver Meta-data  Query, Report and Analyze Meta-data  Data Quality • Data Importance Ranking*  Create a Data Quality Framework  Perform Preliminary Data Quality Assessment  Define Data Quality Requirements  Assess Data Quality  Develop and Deploy Data Quality Operations  Perform Measurement and Monitoring of Data Quality © DAMA International 2015
  20. 20. 20 Core Knowledge Area Chapters Key Points (cont’d) * New to DMBOK2  Big Data & Data Science *  Big Data Modeling *  Architecture for Big Data Analytics *  Data Visualization *  Data Management Maturity Assessment *  Scope the Data Management Maturity Assessment *  Perform Maturity Assessment *  Maturity Ranking –operational integration*  Assess Baseline versus Re-assessment *  Additional Data Management Topics  Professional Development  Business Data Requirement Development *  Communicating Data Management Value to the Business *  Establishing Data Management Value: An Overview *  Data Management Organization and Role Expectations*  Facilitation * © DAMA International 2015
  21. 21. 21 DMBOK2 Standard Chapter Format  Introduction / Knowledge Area Definition  Context Diagram  Business Drivers *  Essential Concepts *  Common Vocabulary *  Goals and Principles  Activities  For each activity ‘story’ include: • Inputs • Deliverables • All roles and responsibilities  Activity 1  Activity n….  Toolsets and Techniques  Toolsets  Techniques  Implementation Guidelines  Readiness Assessment / Risk Assessment *  Organization & Cultural Change  Knowledge Area Governance *  Knowledge Area governance topics *  Knowledge Area Metrics *  Activity Summary  Activities, Deliverables, Roles * New to DMBOK2 © DAMA International 2015
  22. 22. DMBOK2 Knowledge Area Context diagram 22 Definition: Goals: Activity: Inputs: Deliverables: Definition: Supplier Roles: Responsible Roles: Consumer Roles: Stakeholder Roles:Business Drivers Technology Drivers © DAMA International 2015
  23. 23. DMBOK2 Environment Elements 23© DAMA International 2015
  24. 24. 24 Video#2 Roles and Responsibility – Office Space https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV7u1VBhWCE
  25. 25. Implementing Data Governance …. 25
  26. 26. Challenges ….. BUSINESS CHALLENGES TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES LEGAL CHALLENGES 26
  27. 27. Video#3 Ugly Baby (Seinfeld) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkadtxlCRU4
  28. 28. DMCoE Pyramid STRATEGIC TACTICAL OPERATIONAL Data Governance Council 10 Knowledge Area Steering Committees Data Management Stakeholders Data Governance Team 28
  29. 29. Steering Committee Participants Each of the Steering Committees should have at least the following SMEs • Business SME • Data SME • System SME The Chair and Vice Chair should be able to : • To enforce DG within that specific committee. • Re-Structure the Committee membership as needed. • Represent the Steering Committee at DG Council So it is important that the Chairperson and Vice Chairperson should be someone who has (or should be given) the authority. 29
  30. 30. Data Governance Council Data Governance Council Legal Executives Business Executives Info Tech Executives Data Architecture Document and Content Metadata Master Data Data Quality Data Modeling Data Security Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence Data Integration Data Storage & Operations 30
  31. 31. Role of Data Governance team • 100% dedicated to DG • Conduit between the 3 layers (Strategic, Tactical and Operational • Functions similar to an Audit team • Evangelize DG across the enterprise. 31
  32. 32. Logical steps to Data Governance SUCCESS … 1. Recognize the right employees for this job. 2. Form a Steering Committee for the 10 Knowledge Areas. 3. Define the Standards and Policies. (aka Data Playbook) 4. Socialize these Standards and Policies across the company. 5. Implement these Standards and Policies. 6. Build Data Governance portal. Foundational Initiatives On-Going Initiatives 1. Regularly monitor that these Standards and Policies are followed. 2. Meet occasionally/Ad-hoc to update/introduce new standards/policies. 3. Discuss the impact of any new Standard/Policies on everything else. 4. Annual Data Summit Start with just a few of them Evangelize Data Governance Better Transparency Consistency 32
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  34. 34. Don’t be afraid to give up the good to go for the great! – John D. Rockefeller 34
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