Data for Business Performance: The Goal-Question-Metric (GQM) Model to Transform Business Data into an Enterprise Asset

We The People

In this data ethics “playbook,” data governance practitioner and educator Kathy Rondon lays out potential problems in our collection, sharing, use, and retention of data; how those problems can negatively impact more than just an individual person’s privacy; and the questions we should be asking of ourselves and our data practices in order to “secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.”
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Kathy Rondon

Kathy Rondon is a data governance practitioner, educator, and thought leader with over 30 years of experience in data and information management. Her professional focus has long been data governance in the public sector, where she has spent much of her career. For public sector organizations, she has set up policies and procedures covering the full data lifecycle; conceptualized, developed, and delivered data literacy training programs; and facilitated data sharing agreements covering highly sensitive data assets.

Kathy is a perennial speaker at data governance conferences and was a recipient of the Data Management Association International’s 2021 award for Excellence in Data Management for her work on data governance education. She holds an undergraduate degree in English Literature, a graduate degree in International Affairs, is a certified Data Governance and Stewardship Professional (DGSP), and is a former Board member of the Institute for the Certification of Computing Professionals (ICCP).

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