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IAIDQ's Information and Data Quality Newsletter

Vol. 1 Issue 4 October 2005

In this edition...

Table of contents [PDF]

From the IAIDQ President [PDF]

By: Ben Reed, President of IAIDQ

From the Editor in Chief [PDF]

By: Michelle C. Dy, Editor-in-Chief IAIDQ Newsletter

To a High IQ! Information Quality Principles: Scientific methods for IQ

By: Larry P. English, Co-Founder of the IAIDQ, is President and Principal of INFORMATION IMPACT International, Inc., Brentwood, TN

Larry English examines Scientific Methods from the Manufacturing Quality Revolution, and demonstrates how these techniques are both applicable and valuable to our Information and Data Quality efforts.

The motivation of individuals

By: Thomas C. Redman, Ph. D, Co-Founder of the IAIDQ, is President of Navesink Consulting Group, based in Little Silver, NJ

Dr. Tom Redman posits that individual motivations play a critical role in the success of any data quality effort. He then provides an initial framework that will aid us in examining the motivations of individuals.

The art of intelligent name interpretation

By: Holger Wandt, works with Human Inference Enterprise in the Netherlands

Holger delves into the intricacies and subtleties of Intelligent Name Interpretation to facilitate automated interpretation of customer data.

Association News [PDF]

Summary of IAIDQ General Meeting in Houston (Sep 2005)
Communities of Practice
IAIDQ meetings slated for November in Europe, Australasia
Forthcoming events
Future issues — Call for Contributions

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21 October 2005