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The Practitioner's Guide to Data Quality Improvement by David Loshin

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12 Remediation and Improvement Planning

Chapter outline

  • 12.1 Triage 208
  • 12.2 The Information Flow Map 212
  • 12.3 Root Cause Analysis 215
  • 12.4 Remediation 216
  • 12.5 Execution 218
  • 12.6 Summary 218

The data quality assessment process is likely to expose a number of data issues. At the same time, there is typically a growing list of data issues identified and reported by data consumers as the issues manifest themselves during business operations. Often, the data quality team can generate some “quick wins” that address immediate issues having critical business impact. Alternatively, reviewing an issue may suggest a set of data quality assertions that require continuous monitoring and control. But no matter what, when flaws in the data or the processes ...

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