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IAIDQ's Information and Data Quality Newsletter

Vol. 3 Issue 1 — January 2007

In this edition...

Table of contents [PDF]

From the IAIDQ President [PDF]

By: Lisa Flint Dodson, President of IAIDQ

From the Editor in Chief [PDF]

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

To a High IQ! Information Stewardship: Accountability for Information Quality

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

Larry English begins a new series by describing the nine business roles we find in Information Stewardship, and the accountabilities that these roles have in Information Management.

The Body Has a Heart and Soul: Roles and Responsibilities of the Chief Data Officer

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 fulfils his promise to detail the roles and responsibilities of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) in this quarter’s article entitled The Body has a Heart and Soul: Roles and Responsibilities of the CDO.

The Freakish World of Root Cause Analysis

By: Daragh O Brien, IAIDQ's VP for Publicity and Recruitment, is a Senior Project Manager at eircom, the leading telco in the Irish Republic

Daragh O Brien demonstrates why root cause analysis (not conventional wisdom) should serve as the basis for planning your IQ improvement program in his article entitled The Freakish World of Root Cause Analysis.

Data Archetypes

By: Keith Underdown, convenor of IAIDQ's British Community of Practice, is one of the UK's most experienced Information Architects.

Keith Underdown advances our association’s work in creating an IAIDQ Body of Knowledge by identifying and describing the three main data archetypes.

A Holistic Approach to Measuring Information Quality

By: Alan Snow, a Senior Business Intelligence Consultant with Ordina Visionworks, a large Business and IT consultancy firm in The Netherlands.

Alan Snow highlights the need for A Holistic Approach to Measuring Information Quality where the focus is driven by information value and risk management.

Association News [PDF]

Guide to Communities of Practice
IQ Conference Reports from
- 2006 US Conference in San Francisco and
- the 2006 European conference in London
A list of upcoming IQ activities
Future issues — Call for Contributions

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11 January 2007