Introducing a new Free and Public resource...
For the past several years, the Data Governance Institute (DGI) has been incubating an online library of curated case studies, best practices, policies, standards, and other resources used by managers and staff of Data Governance and Management programs. That offering, says DGI president and founder Gwen Thomas, is ready to “graduate” into its own, independent resource. And in doing so, the library is both expanding its collection and lowering its admission price - to free.
The Data Manager’s Public Library is now run by DGI alum Amy Klutz. The new site continues to offer resources from the DGI collection, is easier to navigate, and features new specialized collections such as Healthcare, Government, Education, and Business. Another exciting feature is the comprehensive Industry Events Calendar. The Data Manager’s Public Library is located at www.TheDMPL.com
About The DMPL
The Data Manager's Public Library is a curated collection of Data Management resources from across the web, presented in an easy-to-use, easy-to-find format. There is no registration or membership required to view these resources. The Data Manager’s Public Library is just that; open to the public and free to everyone.
The DMPL is concentrated into several primary collections focused on Business, Government, Education and Healthcare. These collections are designed to assist with the interrelated areas of Data Governance, Data Quality, EIM, Master Data Management, ILM / Record Retention, and Data Classification.
In these collections are high-value articles and blog entries from industry thought leaders as well as actual Policies and Principles, Roles and Responsibilities, Best Practices and Case Studies, Frameworks and Charters, Standards and Guidelines, Metrics and Maturity Models, Strategies and more.
The DMPL also features a comprehensive events calendar for all things Data Management that includes Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Summits, Certification / Training and more. The calendar is searchable by category and tag words and can be subscribed to with Google Calendar.