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I have the privilege of speaking at the Data Governance & Information Quality conference (DGIQ) in San Diego, California, which will take place from June 03-07, 2024. In this edition of DGIQ, I will be hosting a comprehensive 2-day workshop titled “Data Governance Strategy and Design Sprints“.

Come and explore the conference with us in San Diego from June 3rd to 7th 2024! It’s going to be the most comprehensive educational event on Data Management in the world. Don’t miss out!

Dataversity is hosting the Data Governance & Information Quality (DGIQ) event.

Data Governance Strategy and Design Sprints

Are you finding it difficult to implement data governance? Are you facing challenges in aligning your team? Look no further! Unleash the potential of data governance in your organization with this one-day tutorial on “Data Governance Strategy and Design Sprints.” This tutorial is a game-changer for those struggling to implement data governance and data management programs effectively.

Discover how the Data Governance Strategy Sprint and Design Sprint provides you with a structured and efficient way to align teams, identify challenges, and create action-oriented plans to drive effective data governance within an organization. It compresses potential months of work into a few days.

This comprehensive tutorial is designed to equip you with practical tools and techniques to facilitate your very own DG Strategy Sprint and DG Design Sprint, transforming unproductive meetings into result-oriented workshops that establish clear action plans and real, tangible results.

Within this one-day tutorial, attendees will learn:

  • Why workshops are better than meetings

  • The anatomy of a perfect data governance workshop

  • The step-by-step process and key exercises of the Data Governance Strategy Sprint and Design Sprint

  • The 6 laws of Master-level facilitation

  • The art of designing data governance workshops

  • How to handle challenging people and put change management into practice

  • Some pitfalls and best practices from real-life cases