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Strategy is where Data Architecture and Data Governance Collide

11 October 2022 19:00 UTC (2:00 pm NYC)

While collide is perhaps a strong term to use to describe the key area where data architecture and data governance interact, it does provide motivation to perhaps calm the traffic and avoid further collisions. In order to harmoniously interact, architecture and governance must literally be working from the same diagram (singing from the same sheet of music). The worst time to try to accomplish this is on a short term decision. Better still to educate each group to the function of the other and major issues upcoming. A shared data literacy exercise can provide a good starting point.

Learning objectives:

•  Gaining a good understanding of both important
   topics, each’s relationship to the other, and what
   is required for each to be successful
•  Not to have the first conversation be the important one
•  Coordination is key requiring necessary
    interdependencies and sequencing
•  Integration challenges can be valued,
    assisting shared priority development

[ Illustration from Two Stars Collide (feat. String Bone) ]

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