What is the basic difference between Data Governance and Data Stewardship?
Jan 31st, 2008 09:49
dman, Maneet Puri, http://sturly.com
Data Stewardship and Data Governance are conceptually different from
each other. To begin with Data Governance implies a level of managerial
supervision that includes not only business but also information and
technology. Besides, it also involves executives who wish to be a part
of or are engaged with defining their companiesí policies. While they
handle the internal and external regulations in one hand, they implement
the customer-focused strategies on the other. Data Governance can be
best defined as the mechanisms and decision-marking structures for
treating data as one asset, implementing formal policies and
administering the management of corporate data.