Tag: Data Governance
See four lessons to inspire better data stewardship across campus.
Providing academic leaders with access to data does not guarantee the use of data to make decisions. At our annual summit we outlined three imperatives to help bridge this gap in utilization.
One of the most prominent barriers to using data for optimal resource allocation is incomplete and inaccurate department-level data. In response, we’ve we’ve identified five of the most common data quality challenges—and solutions.
If you feel like your campus is behind in efforts to become General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliant, you’re in good company—a recent survey by the IT Forum found that GDPR non-compliance is the norm in higher education.
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), if your college has any information relating to an EU resident, institutional procedures and policies will need to change. Here’s four things you need to know on your way to compliance.
As the CIO’s office increasingly strives to connect data across campus, many find their efforts fall short due to expensive, unsuccessful integrated networks. To ensure consistent interoperability, CIOs can learn from a common health care practice, which uses liquid data to create a common data structure centered on patient information.
Data quality if often considered everyone’s problem, but no one’s job. Discover the four ways George Washington University turned data stewardship into a campus-wide effort.
Get a sneak peek at our newest study, and discover 10 questions you need to ask when evaluating your current data-informed decision practices.
Determining the right data access model for you institution requires careful consideration. Based on our conversations with forward-thinking institutions, we’ve compiled five key questions to ask when you’re considering a role-based access model.
Our recent research on decision support shed light on many leaders’ dissatisfaction and uncertainty that their current analytics tools improve decision making on campus. That’s why we decided to create our own instrument to help members analyze the current state of decision support at their institution.