Data is everywhere and everyone needs it. Organizational leaders must have an overarching vision for how they will streamline their company’s data access and sharing in order to empower all employees to extract the greatest insight possible from enterprise data. By investing in self-service functionality and new concepts such as data lakes that can address the long tail of data, IT can success in enabling company-wide collaboration and empowering operational workers to do their jobs more efficiently, speeding time-to-insight. But to address the challenge for this massive adoption of self-service data, traditional authoritative governance approaches need to be morphed into collaborative practices that turns business users, not only into "information workers", but as well into “data citizens”. Through a practical use case you will learn: Why today’s organizations should have a governance strategy as part of their self-service approach.
Target Audience: BI Manager, CDO, CEO, Decision makers
Prerequisites: Data basic knowledge