Making a Personal Training Program for Enterprise Data Management

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DAMA Universal. Making an Individual Preparing Program for Big business Information Administration. Deborah Henderson (CapGemini - DAMAI VP Training) Anne Marie Smith Ph.D. (EWSolutions, Northcentral College) EIM Meeting June Toronto 2008. Anne Marie Smith Foundation.

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DAMA International Creating a Personal Training Program for Enterprise Data Management Deborah Henderson (CapGemini - DAMAI VP Education) Anne Marie Smith Ph.D. (EWSolutions, Northcentral University) EIM Conference June Toronto 2008 © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Anne Marie Smith Background Anne Marie Smith – AMSmith@ewsolutions.com Internationally perceived master and speaker in the fields of big business data administration, information demonstrating, meta information administration and information warehousing, one of the top business specialists in information administration and data administration technique and arranging Over 20 years involvement in conveying arrangements in big business data administration for various organizations/customers crosswise over differed ventures Published more than 50 articles that have been highlighted in a portion of the business' most prestigious magazines and pamphlets Contributing writer to the DAMA Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK) Has instructed at a few establishments of higher learning including LaSalle University Holds confirmations in PMP, CDPM and has earned a PhD in Management Information Systems Editor-in-Chief, Real World Decision Support diary: http://www.realworlddecisionsupport.com © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Deborah Henderson Background Deborah Henderson– deborah.henderson @ inergi.ca International speaker in the field of information administration and master in information administration, information design, information warehousing President DAMA Foundation and VP Education and Research in DAMA International, part IRMAC for a long time Contributor to the Data and Information Quality, Data Management exams for the ICCP and DAMA Over 25 years involvement in conveying arrangements in information administration to the commonplace power era, transmission and circulation, and to the universes biggest car producer Published more than 30 articles in magazines and bulletins and a Canadian Management Association Guide on Data Warehousing Sponsor and contributing writer to the DAMA Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK), and the DAMA Dictionary of Data Management Holds a MLS ( Masters in Library Science) and affirmations PMP, CDMP (Mastery level) © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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The Data Management calling has individuals who are depended with the data of significant associations. Many, if not most, of these experts work for expansive associations and are accused of definition, advancement, and administration of the mission-basic data stores of noteworthy associations of the world. In littler associations, IT experts go up against numerous parts so that a segment of the work is information administration; yet "covered up" in the general aptitude set Most of these experts have been out of school for 15 to 20 years – this is not a section level calling (from a DAMA study 2006) Not an Entry Level Profession © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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A Plethora of Job Titles Data Analyst Database Analyst Data Modeler Data Management Specialist Information Analyst Data Architect Meta Data Specialist Business Analyst Enterprise Data Manager Etc… … . Information Management experiences an absence of standard occupation titles: Part of the issue is that nonexclusive employment titles are an intentional methodology for organizations to depict a huge number of employment aptitudes eg. The Hay Group Method © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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What's my Career? Recognize that vocation objectives can change through the span of your expert life Key Ideas Develop a profession way with adaptability Decide on your specialities Identify the abilities you have to get dominance of your picked information administration specialities The DAMA Curriculum Framework can help © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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The approach taken by DAMAI Data Management educational programs incorporates all angles (reasonable, sensible and physical points of view: Model for information administration in this present reality List of ideas in Data Management List of themes from the ICCP CDMP exams as information Body of Knowledge (BOK) for Data Management as info List of professions and occupation bunches from the NWET (National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies) 1 List of training conveyance channels in light of the North American model Clustering of subjects for courses Cross reference grids for the peruser to think about in the advancement of an educational modules 1 Building a Foundation for Tomorrow – Skill Standards for Information Technology , National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies, 1999. Educational modules Approach © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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ICCP – largest amount accreditation for figuring experts http://www.iccp.org/ICCP Data Management confirmation (CDMP) intended to test learning of IRM/DRM capacities – all stages (applied, sensible, physical) Serves as approval for the DAMA IRM/DRM educational modules – courses and exams in view of DAMA educational modules structure ICCP and DAMAI © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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ICCP and DM Certification CDMP Certified Data Management Professional Practitioner (breeze through tests at half or higher) Master Professional (finish tests at 70% or higher) Required: Pass three ICCP exams in information administration and related fields Work involvement in information field Recertification – 3 year cycles Continuing Professional Education Adopt ICCP Code of Ethics © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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ICCP and DM Certification CDMP-qualified Exams include: IT Core Data Management Data Warehousing Database Administration Integrated Project Management IT Management Systems Development Business Intelligence Data and Information Quality … © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Career Ladders for Data Management utilize ability benchmarks distributed by the National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies Career Ladders depict a movement of employment titles and expertise necessities for a vocation bunch Career Ladders have three levels Entry (Novice) Proficient (Practitioner) Expert (Master) Curriculum intended to give establishment learning and office to the picked track Career Ladders in DM © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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IRM/DRM Career Ladders include: Business or Systems Analysis Data Warehousing Data Analyst/Data Modeling/Architect Data Administration/Management Database Administration Project Management Data Quality Information Security Technical Trainer/Technical Writer Data or Information Architect Data Governance Co-ordinator Career Ladders in DM © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Career Ladders incorporate ways and parts proper to the stepping stool Example for Database Administrator: Career Paths & Roles Novice Practitioner Master Senior Database Architect Database Analyst Foundations Associate DBA Database Administrator Required Skills and Knowledge © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Example for Data Modeler/Architect: Career Paths & Roles Novice Practitioner Master Intermediate Data Architect Senior Data Architect Enterprise Data Modeler Foundations Modeler Required Skills and Knowledge © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Example for Data Quality Analyst: Career Paths & Roles Novice Practitioner Master Data/Database Analyst Intermediate Data Analyst Data Quality Analyst Senior Data Quality Administrator Foundations Required Skills and Knowledge © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Example for Data Governance Coordinator: Career Paths & Roles Novice Practitioner Master Data Governance Coordinator Many courses ! Establishments Required Skills and Knowledge © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Career Choices: Foundations+ undertaking information modeler information administration co-ordinator Master Practitioner database developer Novice Modeling, Database, Ethics, Data forms (CRUD), Interaction of information and business rationale © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Ladders or Trees? Both ! It is essential for the information administration expert to have some presentation to most territories of information administration – tree It is critical for the information administration expert to pick one or a couple of ranges for movement to authority - step © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Ladders or Trees? - 2 Choosing leaves on the information administration tree for introduction and picking one or a couple of regions for authority will make the balanced information administration proficient © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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Topics a zone that are investigated to some degree inside the DAMAI Curriculum; an educational programs and/or course learning unit Topics may identify with at least one courses, and might be joined as proper with different themes Topic Cluster: is a profoundly related arrangement of points which are ordinarily instructed together – courses are created by collecting a progression of subjects inside a bunch and including extra materials/themes as important Topics and Topic Clusters © DAMA International 2008 - All Rights Reserved

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The Environment for Managing Data as a Resource Types of information and data General record and database handling standards Uses of Data, data, learning, shrewdness; metadata information and data (by teach and inside DRM) Evolution of database advances Risks and rewards of information asset administration Data Resource Management Overview Information Systems Planning (ISP) ideas Data/Metadata Management Plans Strategic information arrange (connected to marketable strategy) Enterprise information/data structure Data portfolio administration Relationship administration (merchant, client, representative) Data quality administration Metadata administration arrange Policies/Standards/Legal necessities/Processes

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