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New Research: Designing Your Pace-Layered Information Strategy

by Andrew White  |  March 21, 2016  |  1 Comment

Mark Beyer and I just published a new note titled, Designing Your Pace-Layered Information Strategy.  This is a mini-spotlight that links to several other notes to provide a “how to” guide for designing a pace layered information strategy.

Chief data officers should use a pace-layered approach to govern and manage information assets used in business applications. If they don’t, their business process integrity and outcomes will suffer excess costs, weak improvements or, worse, failure.

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Andrew White
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Andrew White is a Distinguished Analyst and VP. His roles include Chief of Research and Content Lead for Data and Analytics. His main research focus is data and analytics strategy, platforms, and governance. Read Full Bio


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