Reflection on Data Design: Part 1

The availability of data-gathering technology and the amounts of detailed data it can generate comes with responsibilities for proper data management. And it is in the responsibilities we are lagging.

Reflections on Data Design: Part 2

Is this a gloomy outlook on the state of affairs? No. My motivation is to improve the state of affairs in the data industry and provide people with the tools to improve their skills in the complex subject that is data. My premise is that if you want to improve, you should put the focus on what needs to be improved.

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Data management is a cross-functional complex process. It’s best to learn what managing data really means before you try – data management underpins the ability to know what and when data is important and fit for purpose.