Tuesday, March 31, 2015
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
This case study explains how we took the well-known Data Management Body of Knowledge Wheel and turned it into the framework for our Enterprise Information Management team. After one year of using it we stepped back and did a maturity assessment and made adjustments to the details of the DMBOK wheel, "making it our own".
The DMBOK was effective for describing the many facets of information responsibilities as well as tasks needed to mature our organization. As a non-profit we need to be clever about affecting change and working with a limited budget. This presentation will:
- Provide a quick review of the wedges of the DMBOK
- Share the Maturity Assessment measures we developed
- A workshop technique we used to engage our internal partners
- Revisions we made – and using it for Staffing and annual goal setting
Attendees will go back to their environment with techniques to leverage this robust framework.
Dawn Michels is the Supervisor & Principal Enterprise Information Architect for the National Marrow Donor Program on the Enterprise Architecture Team. Prior to joining NMDP her work spanned multiple facets of data management in many industries including, Retail, Manufacturing, Medical Devices and Financial industries. Dawn's former employers include Lifetouch, Regis, Target, Andersen (Windows and Doors), Guidant Corp (now Boston Scientific), Fair Isaac Inc, Securian and General Mills, where she led the first Corp Wide DW. Dawn has spoken at fourteen International Data Conferences on assorted topics of interest, and speaks for other DAMA chapters around the country as requested. She is the current Past President of the DAMA MN chapter. Data is her passion as well as her vocation.