Data management operating models
You cannot have an effective data management strategy implemented if there is a lack of ownership, decision-making, and oversight. Having an effective operating model helps in establishing roles and responsibilities and accountability from the point data is created to the point it is purged in an organization. The most common operating models are the following:
An operating model is a representation of how an organization operates. In the context of data management, it allows us to visually represent how an organization manages its data-related processes with appropriate checks and balances.
Centralized operating model
The centralized operating model is a formalized operating model that has a data management lead responsible for decision-making and providing vision and direction for the organization. Because there is...