During this episode, Adam Cox and I discuss data quality project management, avoiding data quality becoming an afterthought on data integration and data migration projects, the difference and relationship between data ownership and data stewardship, regulatory requirements for data quality, and the importance of getting buy-in from business stakeholders.
Adam Cox is a data management professional with over ten years of experience working in the public and private sector in the United Kingdom (UK). He is an experienced project and technical manager working on large-scale projects involving significant data migration and data integration. Adam Cox is currently working for an established UK financial institution as a Data Quality Consultant, mainly on regulatory reporting projects.
Data Quality Project Management
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