You cannot manage what you do not measure. Over time, your DG program will need to evolve a means to monitor its own effectiveness. Without it, the DG program will certainly fade away. At the outset, the metrics will be hard to collect. After all, you have not been managing data very well, so there is no infrastructure to install a metric. Eventually, the metrics will evolve from simple surveys and counts to true monitoring of activity. Here is a list of common metrics: • IMM Index—Report on information management maturity stated on a scale from 1–5, calculated based on survey and assessment of various elements of the data governance and data management program. • DG Stewardship Progress—Report on counts of individuals trained on DG, co...
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