IAIDQ's Information and Data Quality Newsletter
Vol. 6 Issue 3—July 2010
In this edition…
Tom Redman demonstrates how Process Management as a discipline is critical in closing communication gaps that are a root cause of many data quality problems.
Malcolm Chrisholm argues that, in data reconciliation activities, data consistency does not involve any judgments about fitness for purpose, and is therefore radically different from other kinds of data quality attributes.
Johny Morris examines the common pitfalls project teams encounter when they use a traditional techno-centric approach to Data Migration, and suggests an alternative approach that greatly increases the chances of a successful outcome.
Daragh O Brien provides a step-by-step guide for using mind-maps in our IQ initiatives to document what information we manage, and the reasons why we manage it.
Michael Scofield begins a series of articles that highlights common mistakes made in the graphical representation of quantitative data. This first installment focuses on common errors in the use of pie charts.
Information Quality Tips & Best Practices
- IDQ and DG Conference June 7-10, 2010 at San Diego, CA
- An Update from IAIDQ's Certification Program
- Call for contributions to future issues of the IAIDQ Newsletter
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