If you’ve every purchased a home, (or prepared a Last Will and Testament, negotiated a severance deal, or gone through a divorce), it’s likely that you have hired a attorney to guide you through the procedure. If you were able to find a good lawyer, hopefully she does a good job ensuring your very best interests were being offered. Hopefully you were presented by her with the key decisions that need to be made, advice about how to judge those decisions, and did not overwhelm you with the minutiae of the statutory legislation.
You probably also hired an attorney that was an expert in her field, whether real estate rules, wills and trusts law, employment legislation, or family regulation. This person probably understood her subject matter pretty well, although she wouldn’t know your specific wishes until meeting with you. She would still have a good knowledge of how your situation ties in to the context of regulations.
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To complete the mandatory work, your lawyer may even rely upon other lawyers or legal workers to flesh out all the details and look after a few of the routine work. In the wonderful world of Data Governance things should work similarly. However, of your client taking ownership of a house instead, your client takes ownership of a specific Subject Area. Instead of working with a lawyer, the client would work with a Data Steward.
Instead of keeping your official information with the Land Registry Office, you would instead store pertinent information in a Metadata Registry (often referred to as a Metadata Repository). Finally, there will be a straightforward and unambiguous process to follow, as is the case when coping with a genuine estate transaction.
Now, I’ve probably obtained just a little before myself here. Exactly what does it mean to consider ownership of a topic Area exactly? Exactly what is a Subject Area for example? What is a Data Steward? And what is a Metadata Registry? A topic area can be an area or interest or subset of data regarding something of importance to the business.
This could be Customers or Employees or Products or Stores or Financial transactions. Wikipedia identifies a Data Steward as a role assigned to a person that is accountable for maintaining a Data Aspect in a Metadata Registry. Is assigned to, and comes with an in depth knowledge of one or more SUBJECT MATTER (e.g. Customers, Products, etc.).
Has good negotiation skills: That is necessary when wanting to draw out information from both internal and external co-workers. The accuracy of information is really as good as its source, and Data Stewards must both work hard and uses finesse to get people on their side to provide the most accurate and detailed data definitions. Liaises with other Data Stewards. Understands the Enterprise’s method of data classification. Understand how to connect Data Elements to business and IT entities. E.g. the way the customer credit card data element pertains to business rules, business cycles, or which physical servers it is stored on even.