Wednesday, May 1, 2013
11:30 AM - 12:20 PM
The DAMA DMBOK is a top-level depiction of the nine essential elements of the DM solution, and the context of the environment in which they exist. The successful implementation depends upon fundamental caveats and assumptions.
This presentation discusses how the DAMA DMBOK was used to design DM processes across an extensive program life cycle, and blends the roles and responsibilities of users and their data needs with the framework integration created with information technology and enterprise architecture. The team approach used both enabled and made the process very challenging. This presentation will identify the challenges, show successes, and reveal lessons learned along the way.
Cynthia Hauer has 27 years of experience in data management, in a variety of sectors of practice. She has expertise in the development and authoring of policy, processes, and levels of guidance necessary to implement policy and processes. Her work has been in the NASA realm, as well as at the federal agency level and with the Defense Pentagon. She currently focuses on training of data management in the US as well as internationally in China and Europe.