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IAIDQ's Information and Data Quality Newsletter

Vol. 6 Issue 4—October 2010

In this edition…

From the IAIDQ President

By: Christian Walenta, President of IAIDQ

From the Editor

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


Ten Habits for Data Quality: Focus on Preventing Errors at the Source

Thomas C. Redman, Ph.D.

Thomas C. Redman condenses data quality best practices learned over two decades of working with leading companies. How many of these best practices have been adopted by your enterprise?

Data Quality: Reality and Rhetoric

Graham Rhind

An important update on the data quality survey series conducted by Capscan. How does your organization’s data quality organization compare against others? Read the survey results to find out!

Managing Information as Product Part 1: The Four Principles

Yang W. Lee, Leo L. Pipino, James D. Funk, Richard Y. Wang

Yang W. Lee, Leo L. Pipino, James D. Funk, and Richard Y. Wang explain what Information Products (IPs) are, and introduces the four principles of IP management. Watch for Part 2 in next quarter’s issue.

The Psychology of Performance Part 2  (Are you a Jedi or a Jawa?)

By: Daragh O Brien

Daragh O Brien describes the important difference between Management and Leadership, and the impact that these two activities have on individual and enterprise performance.

Quality in Information Delivery Part 2:  Common Mistakes in Information Expression  (Line Charts & Data with Irregular Time Gaps)

By: Michael Scofield

Michael Scofield provides solutions for fixing common errors in the use of Line Charts and Data with Irregular Time Gaps.

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The Information and Data Quality Newsletter is a quarterly publication of the International Association for Information and Data Quality

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October 2010