Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality (OCDQ) Radio
Summary: Obsessive-Compulsive Data Quality (OCDQ) Radio is a vendor-neutral podcast about data quality and its related disciplines, including data governance, master data management, and business intelligence. This podcast is the audio complement to ocdqblog.com and provides a platform for recorded discussions with great folks working in the data management industry. OCDQ Radio is produced and hosted by Jim Harris.
Special guest Paul Gillin discusses social media for midsize businesses, including how the less marketing you do, the more effective you will be with social media marketing, the war of generosity, where the more you give, the more you get, and the importance of the trust equation, which means the more people trust you, the more they will want to do business with you.
Special guest John Owens discusses the three types of data (Transaction, Domain, Master) and the four master data entities (Party, Product, Location, Asset), as well as, and perhaps the most important concept of all, the Party-Role Relationship, which is where we find many of the terms commonly used to describe the Party master data entity (e.g., Customer, Supplier, Employee).
Special guest Daragh O Brien discusses the data privacy and data protection implications of social media, cloud computing, and big data.
Special guest Ken O’Connor discusses the Solvency II standards for data quality, and how its European insurance regulatory requirement of “complete, appropriate, and accurate” data represents common sense standards for all businesses.
Special guest Steve Sarsfield discusses concepts from his book “The Data Governance Imperative” including the characteristics of a data champion and creating effective data quality scorecards.
Special guest Dr. Thomas C. Redman (the “Data Doc”) discusses data quality and big data, including if data quality matters less in larger data sets, and if statistical outliers represent business insights or data quality issues.
Special guest Dr. Thomas C. Redman (the “Data Doc”) discusses concepts from his book “Data Driven: Profiting from Your Most Important Business Asset” including viewing data as an asset and an organization’s hierarchy of data needs.
Special guest James Taylor discusses his new book "Decision Management Systems: A Practical Guide to Using Business Rules and Predictive Analytics"
Special guest Martin Doyle discusses how organizations can better understand their data and assess its business impacts, not just the negative impacts of bad data quality, but also the positive impacts of good data quality.
This episode discusses how schedules, deadlines, and other date-related aspects can negatively affect enterprise initiatives, and concludes with the OCDQ Radio Theater production of "Data Quality and Friday the 13th."
Don’t Panic! This is the OCDQ Radio 2011 Year in Review episode, featuring Jarrett Goldfedder, who discusses Big Data, Nicola Askham, who discusses Data Governance, and Daragh O Brien, who discusses Data Privacy.
Special guest Peter Perera discusses his proposed redefinition of data quality, as well as his perspective on the relationship of data quality to master data management and data governance.
Special guest John Ladley, author of the book "Making Enterprise Information Management (EIM) Work for Business", discusses what makes information management, not just useful, but valuable to the enterprise.
Season’s Greetings fellow data management enthusiasts and welcome to a special holiday-themed episode. The entire OCDQ Blog family wishes you and yours all the best during this holiday season and the coming new year.
A look back at the Best of OCDQ Radio so far, including discussions about Data and Information, Data Quality, Business-IT Collaboration, Change Management, Big Analytics, Data Governance, and the Data Revolution.