Data sounding bard: the data asset


Welcome to the Data Sounding Board, a Data Roundtable podcast where I sound off on data-related topics but balance my ranting lunacy with recorded discussions about data management concepts with guests possessing a sounder mind than mine.

During this episode, I sound off on how it's often easier to convince people that poor data quality is a liability than it is to convince people that good data quality is an asset. My very sound-minded special guest is Tony Fisher, the author of one of my favorite data management books: The Data Asset.

Data Sounding Board: The Data Asset

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Jim Harris

Blogger-in-Chief at Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality (OCDQ)

Jim Harris is a recognized data quality thought leader with 25 years of enterprise data management industry experience. Jim is an independent consultant, speaker, and freelance writer. Jim is the Blogger-in-Chief at Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality, an independent blog offering a vendor-neutral perspective on data quality and its related disciplines, including data governance, master data management, and business intelligence.

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