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IAIDQ's Information and Data Quality Newsletter

Vol. 3 Issue 3 — July 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

2007 Information and Data Quality Conference. By You, With You in Mind, and For You: A Very Personal Invitation [PDF]

By: C. Lwanga Yonke, Program Chair of the upcoming 2007 Information and Data Quality
Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

What does it mean to “Manage Your Information and Data Assets”?

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

Tom Redman provides three simple tests that any organization can use to answer the question: What does it mean to ‘Manage Your Information and Data Assets?

To a High IQ! Information Stewardship Information Systems’ Accountabilities for Information Capability

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

Larry English continues his series on Information Stewardship and Governance by examining Information Systems Stewardship roles and their accountabilities for the quality of the information resources, as well as the capability of the enterprise to manage its information effectively.

One of the Best-Kept Secrets in Business Today

By: Lori L. Silverman, owner of Partners for Progress. She is a keynote speaker at the upcoming 2007 IDQ Conference in Las Vegas.

Lori Silverman appears in our newsletter for the first time with One of the Best-Kept Secrets in Business Today, where she shares timely advice that IQ professionals should consider when communicating and presenting about information and data quality issues. 

Data Quality Rules: An Introduction

By: Arkady Maydanchik, co-founder of Data Quality Group, is a recognized pioneer, author, and educator in the field of data quality and information integration.

Arkady Maydanchik contributes Data Quality Rules: An Introduction, which is an excerpt from his new book entitled Data Quality Assessment. Look for his tutorial session in Las Vegas, where he builds from a foundation of data quality assessment to address the crucial issues of data integration. 

Enabling High Quality Analytics through a Data Validity Dimension

Pete Stiglich is a Senior Consultant with EWSolutions, with nearly 25 years of experience in Enterprise Information Management, Data Modeling, Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Metadata Management, Data Integration, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Customer Data Integration (CDI), Database Design and Administration, Data Quality, and Transaction Processing.

Pete Stiglich shares an approach for storing and reporting data quality levels to support analysis by knowledge-workers in his article Enabling High Quality Analytics through a Data Validity Dimension. In his tutorial session at the IDQ Conference, he will tackle how conceptual data modeling can be used to ensure high information and data quality. 

IQ Governance: A Common Law Perspective

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 takes a break from his series on the impact of poor IQ on businesses to expound on IQ Governance: A Common Law Perspective. Watch for him at the IQ Conference where he will be speaking on Common Law Issues in Information Quality. 

Association News [PDF]

- A list of upcoming IQ activities
- Call for Contributions for Future Issues

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28 July 2007