How To Successfully Implement Enterprise Information Management
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  David Marco   David Marco
President
EWSolutions
 


 

Friday, April 10, 2009
08:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Level:  Introductory

Location:  19

Almost every large government agency or Global 2000 company is struggling to properly manage their enterprise’s data and its architecture. This difficulty is the direct result of the highly distributed, disjoined, needlessly redundant and overly expensive information technology (IT) environments which currently exist throughout our industry. This situation has triggered the reemergence of corporations looking to establish truly proactive Enterprise Information Management (EIM) organizations to reduce their IT costs and increase hard return on investment (ROI) of their IT and decision support systems.

This real-world course will look to move EIM theory into a practical set of steps (roadmap) to achieving true value from your EIM initiative. Moreover, it will present the specific meta data inputs and outputs that are required for each of the most common EIM focus areas. In addition, data governance and stewardship approaches and specific structures will be presented for each of these areas.

What You Will Learn:

1) Enterprise Information Management Defined
2) Enterprise Information Management ROI
3) Foundational Components of Enterprise Information Management
   a) Meta Data Management
   b) Data Governance and Stewardship
4) Focus Areas of Enterprise Information Management
   a) Enterprise Data Model
      i) Common Objectives
      ii) Value to the Organization
      iii) Roadmap for Implementation
      iv) Meta Data Management Inputs/Outputs
      v) Data Governance & Stewardship Structure
   b) Master Data Management
      i) Common Objectives
      ii) Value to the Organization
      iii) Roadmap for Implementation
      iv) Meta Data Management Inputs/Outputs
      v) Data Governance & Stewardship Structure
   c) Data Quality
      i) Common Objectives
      ii) Value to the Organization
      iii) Roadmap for Implementation
      iv) Meta Data Management Inputs/Outputs
      v) Data Governance & Stewardship Structure
   d) IT Portfolio Management
      i) Common Objectives
      ii) Value to the Organization
      iii) Roadmap for Implementation
      iv) Meta Data Management Inputs/Outputs
      v) Data Governance & Stewardship Structure
   e) Enterprise Data Warehousing
      i) Common Objectives
      ii) Value to the Organization
      iii) Roadmap for Implementation
      iv) Meta Data Management Inputs/Outputs
      v) Data Governance & Stewardship Structure
5) Enterprise Data Architecture Best Practices
6) Enterprise Data Architecture Real-World Case Studies


Best known as the world’s foremost authority on meta data management, he is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of data warehousing, data governance and enterprise information management. In 2004 David Marco was named the “Melvil Dewey of Metadata” by Crain’s Chicago Business as he was selected to their very prestigious “Top 40 Under 40” list. He followed up this honor in 2007 by being named one of DePaul University’s “Top 14 Alumni Under 40”. In 2008 David Marco was enshrined into the very select DAMA Data Management Hall of Fame (Professional Achievement Award). David Marco is the author of the widely acclaimed, top-selling books “Universal Meta Data Models” and “Building and Managing the Meta Data Repository”. In addition, he is a coauthor of “Impossible Data Warehouse Situations and Solutions From The Experts” and “Data Resource Management”. David Marco has published hundreds of articles, is a regular columnist for several technology magazines, is the chairman of the Enterprise Information Management Institute (EIMInstitute.ORG) and has served as a judge in dozens of industry awards. He is a highly sought after speaker and has presented hundreds of keynote addresses and courses at the major business, data warehousing, and meta data conferences throughout the world. David Marco has taught at the University of Chicago and DePaul University, and is on the Advisory Council for DePaul University’s College of Commerce. In addition, he is the founder and President of EWSolutions, a GSA schedule and Chicago-headquartered strategic partner and full life-cycle systems integrator dedicated to providing companies and large government agencies with best-in-class, award-winning solutions using enterprise information management, data warehousing, data governance and managed meta data environment technologies - visit www.EWSolutions.com.


   
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