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Author: Sunil Soares
Publisher: Ketchum, ID : MC Press, 2011.
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Tackling one of the major challenges with implementing an information-governance program, this book provides insight into the best ways to convince businesses of the value of the practice. Most information-governance programs deal with problems that are common across every enterprise--poor data quality, inconsistency of business terms, fragmented view of the customer and product, and security and privacy. However,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Soares, Sunil.
Selling Information Governance to the Business : Best Practices by Industry and Job Function.
Chicago : MC Press, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sunil Soares
ISBN: 9781583476055 1583476059 9781583476307 158347630X
OCLC Number: 782875817
Notes: 9.1: Information governance around hazardous materials at a chemicals manufacturer.
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents: Cover; Praise; Copyright; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Forewords; Table of Contents; Table of Case Studies; 1.1: Christopher Columbus' funding request for an expedition to reach the East Indies by sailing westward; 1.2: Information governance versus information management at a social services agency; 2.1: Credit risk management for corporate customers; 2.2: Hierarchy information governance for institutional clients; 2.3: Counterparty exposure for a financial services firm; 2.4: Information governance around the value of loan collateral to reduce Basel II regulatory capital. 2.5: Volatility scores for overnight calculation of value at risk2.6: Operational risk related to security and privacy; 2.7: Flexible pricing of time deposits at a mid-size bank; 2.8: The "Humpty Dumpty" problem; 2.9: AML as a sponsor for information governance; 3.1: Linking jumbo life insurance policies; 3.2: Information governance around date of birth; 3.3: Information governance around gender at a European insurer; 3.4: Information governance around net worth; 3.5: Information governance around marital status; 3.6: Information governance around direct-marketing consents. 3.7: Improved retention rates through better use of customer data3.8: Information governance around agent data; 3.9: Information governance around policy expiration date; 4.1: Provider information governance at a home health provider; 4.2: Establishing an EMPI at a large U.S. health system; 5.1: Ship-to addresses at a medical device manufacturer; 5.2: Ownership of data for customers-in-common at a manufacturer; 5.3: BOM governance at a food manufacturer; 5.4: Nutritional information governance at a confectioner; 5.5: Drug movement at a global pharmaceutical distributor. 5.6: Asset data governance at a heavy equipment manufacturer5.7: Data stewardship at a software company; 6.1: Store operations versus marketing as the overall owner of retail customer data; 6.2: Householding to reduce marketing spend; 6.3: Customers with multiple roles as individuals and corporate decision makers; 6.4: Vendor SLAs at a large retailer; 7.1: Information governance around high-value guests at a casino; 7.2: Information governance over business customers at a logistics provider; 7.3: Information governance for cruise ship F & B hierarchies. 8.1: Data protection at a human services department8.2: How many FTEs are employed by the province?; 8.3: Multiple definitions for "child" at a social services department; 8.4: Information governance over date of death and mailing address at a social services agency; 8.5: Information governance to support citizen-centricity at a social services agency; 8.6: The "Underwear Bomber"; 8.7: How many combat-ready soldiers do we have?; 8.8: The Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record for United States veterans; 8.9: Rationalization of maintenance and logistics systems.
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Tackling one of the major challenges with implementing an information-governance program, this book provides insight into the best ways to convince businesses of the value of the practice. Most information-governance programs deal with problems that are common across every enterprise--poor data quality, inconsistency of business terms, fragmented view of the customer and product, and security and privacy. However, these issues manifest themselves differently across different industries and job functions. The author has spoken to hundreds of clients across multiple industries and geographies abo.

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