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MDM Strategy – 6 Pillars for Success: Governance

The foundational pillar of an effective MDM strategy is governance. Governance covers a broad swath of efforts, making it somewhat hard to pin down. As a result, many organizations are not sure how to get started with governance and put off introducing it. However, waiting to introduce governance is less than ideal. In fact, it should really be the first thing you do after defining your business problem.

MDM Strategy – 6 Key Roles

Who Needs to Be Involved in Your MDM Strategy? As your organization gets started with MDM, there are numerous questions you need to ask and answer. For instance, you need to determine the business problem you’re trying to solve and how you will measure success in order to build a thoughtful program strategy. There are also several pillars of success you need to cover, such as governance, processes and standards, to name a few, to lay the foundation for a successful program.

MDM Strategy – Where to Start

Where to Get Started with Your MDM Strategy As organizations continue to produce and collect enormous amounts of data, properly managing that data becomes increasingly critical. That’s because proper data management helps maintain cleanliness and accuracy in order to avoid costly errors and makes it possible to glean insights from data to drive new efforts that will add value back to the business.

MDM Best Practices – Measurement & Showing Value

Over the years, we’ve seen a number of patterns within our customer’s projects. These patterns have pointed to the common best practices our most successful customers always follow. In the context of a MDM program, very few organizations implementing a data management program bother to define success and set measurable goals from the start. Here are some of the best practices companies do to ensure success long term.

MDM Best Practices – People vs Technology

There are several best practices our most successful customers always follow. One of the best practices we’ve seen is when they focus first on people versus the technology. As a business, it is vital for your customers to know they’re valued.

MDM Best Practices – Benefits of Starting Small

There are some common best practice we see our most successful customers always follow. When it comes to project management methodologies and approaches, one of the best practices we’ve seen is starting small and then building a solution up over time. Many companies make the mistake of doing the waterfall method and try to deliver a large, complex solution with a long runway. See a better way.

MDM Best Practices – The Why vs The How

Over the years, we’ve seen a number of patterns evolve within our customers on their projects. From observing these patterns, there are some common best practices we see our most successful customers always follow. One of those best practices is turning the focus from the “why” to the “how” of the customer 360.

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