End-of-Chapter Review Questions
- What is the formal definition of information governance?
- Fill in the blank: The information governance organizational component is the ____ aspect of the discipline that sets the policies for information governance and maintains a staff to support those policies in managing the development and ongoing usage of corporate information.
- What are some of the reasons why organizations fail in their information governance efforts?
- What types of data stewards are discussed in this chapter?
- What are the four dimensions of the data quality framework?
- What are the four causes of poor data quality?
- When is metadata created?
- What are the three types of privacy and security requirements that need to be considered when determining the creation and usage of data?
- What is the definition of information life cycle management?
- True or false: Information governance security “interlocks” with the broader IT security and general security functions.
Explain what information governance components are in place in your organization today.
For Further Reading
General Data Management
Enterprise Information Management
Master Data Management