The second edition of DAMA International’s Guide to the Data Management Body of Knowledge (DAMA-DMBOK2)
A comprehensive view of the challenges, complexities, and value of effective data management.
Data Handling Ethics
Data Modeling and Design
Data Storage and Operations
Data Integration & Interoperability
Document and Content Management
Reference and Master Data
Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Data Quality Management
Big Data and Data Science
Data Management Maturity Assessment
Data Management Organization and Role Expectations
Data Management and Organizational Change Management
Today’s organizations recognize that managing data is central to their success. They recognize data has value and they want to leverage that value. As our ability and desire to create and exploit data has increased, so too has the need for reliable data management practices.
The second edition of DAMA International’s Guide to the Data Management Body of Knowledge updates and augments the highly successful DMBOK1. An accessible, authoritative reference book written by leading thinkers in the field and extensively reviewed by DAMA members, DMBOK2 brings together materials that comprehensively describe the challenges of data management and how to meet them by:
DAMA-DMBOK2 provides data management and IT professionals, executives, knowledge workers, educators, and researchers with a framework to manage their data and mature their information infrastructure, based on these principles:
Standardization of data management disciplines will help data management professionals perform more effectively and consistently. It will also enable organizational leaders to recognize the value and contributions of data management activities.
DAMA International is a not-for-profit, vendor-independent association of technical and business professionals dedicated to advancing concepts and practices related to managing data and information in support of business strategy. With chapters throughout the world, DAMA International supports an empowered global community of information professionals by focusing on our five pillars: Membership; Certification and Education; Publications and Research; Chapters and Partnerships. DAMA International encourages best practice behavior through a network of connected individuals and organizations who share ideas, trends, problems, and solutions and who look to DAMA as the trusted, collaborative central resource for all things data. Visit dama.org to learn more.