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We touched on principles earlier by way of a definition. In summary, they are general adopted rules that guide conduct and application of data philosophy. Principles are more than just a term to be understood, however. Principles are crucial elements in DG. One client told us they justified the entire program because with principles in place, there were fewer meetings. Principles will succeed where a batch of rules and policies will not. They are foundational. One explanation we use when confronted with resistance to developing principles is to draw an analogy to the “Bill of Rights,” the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. It’s easy to see the historica...

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