Written by Jill Dyche and Kimbery Nevala, Ten Mistakes to Avoid When Launching your Data Governance Program lays out a comprehensive list of issues that can trip up an organization as it gets started with DG. Learn how to use good judgment and sound decision making to sidestep these common issues.
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