During this episode, I discuss Enterprise Information Management (EIM) with John Ladley, the author of the excellent book Making EIM Work for Business, exploring what makes information management, not just useful, but valuable to the enterprise.
John Ladley is a business technology thought leader with 30 years of experience in improving organizations through the successful implementation of information systems. He is a recognized authority in the use and implementation of business intelligence and enterprise information management. John Ladley frequently writes and speaks on a variety of technology and enterprise information management topics. His information management experience is balanced between strategic technology planning, project management, and, most important, the practical application of technology to business problems.
Making EIM Work for Business
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Here is how the book contest will work:
(1) Book Contest Question — During this OCDQ Radio episode, John Ladley explained how EIM requires a change in the data and business environment using what sports analogy?
(2) Book Contest Deadline — By December 31, 2011, Email Jim Harris with your answer to the book contest question.
(3) Book Contest Winner — In January 2012, one winner will be randomly selected from the emails containing the correct answer to the contest question, and then Morgan Kaufmann will email the winner requesting a postal address to ship the book.
Previous OCDQ Radio Episodes
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- The Fall Back Recap Show — Celebrating the autumnal equinox with a look back at the Best of OCDQ Radio
- The Blue Box of Information Quality — Guest Daragh O Brien on why Information Quality is bigger on the inside
- Good-Enough Data for Fast-Enough Decisions — Guest Julie Hunt on Data Quality and Business Intelligence
- Studying Data Quality — Guest Gordon Hamilton on the key concepts from recommended Data Quality books
- The Higher Education of Data Quality — Guest Mark Horseman discusses Data Quality in Higher Education
- International Data Quality — Guest Graham Rhind discusses international name and address Data Quality
- Big Data and Big Analytics — Special Guests Jill Dyché and Dan Soceanu on big trends in Business Intelligence
- Organizing for Data Quality — Guest Tom Redman (aka the “Data Doc”) discusses Data Quality best practices
- Social Media Strategy — Guest Crysta Anderson of IBM Initiate on Social Media strategy and content marketing
- Data Profiling Early and Often — Guest James Standen discusses Data Profiling concepts and practices
- Data Governance Star Wars — Special Guests Rob Karel and Gwen Thomas discuss Data Governance programs
- Master Data Management in Practice — Guests Dalton Cervo and Mark Allen on their book: MDM in Practice
- The Art of Data Matching — Guest Henrik Liliendahl Sørensen discusses Data Matching concepts and practices
- A Brave New Data World — We are now living in a brave new data world where everyone is a data geek