Data Governance: In Practice and Over Time
This presentation combines a case study of a very successful data governance program at IFC with an overview of some of the challenges of continually adapting a data governance program to the dynamism of changing business objectives and global operations, along with non-stop technological and IT innovations.
Those in the early stages of a data governance program will receive very practical advice on how to deliver business value and highlight what kind of pitfalls to avoid as their practice evolves. Participants will see similarities in the challenges that IFC is facing and there will be a robust discussion on experiences.
Elizabeth Davis was a founding member and Unit Leader of the Information Quality Group (“IQ Group”) within the International Finance Corporation (IFC). For the last year and a half, she has been the Special Assistant to the VP of Risk Management and just recently has taken on the development of a new unit called Integrated Risk Reporting. IFC is a member the World Bank and a multilateral finance institution of over 3,000 global staff with a mission to “promote sustainable private sector investment in developing countries”.