Chapter 1) Introduction: Master Data and Master Data Management Chapter 2) Business Process Models, Stakeholders, and Participant Coordination Chapter 3) MDM Maturity and the Implementation Roadmap Chapter 4) Enterprise Data Governance Chapter 5) The Value of Data Quality Chapter 6) Data Standards and Metadata Management Chapter 7) Identifying Master Data Chapter 8) Data Modeling Issues for MDM Chapter 9) MDM Paradigms and Architectures Chapter 10) Data Consolidation and Integration Chapter 11) Master Data Synchronization – Chapter 12) The Functional Application Services Layer Chapter 13) Management Guidelines and Summary
The key to a successful MDM initiative isn’t technology or methods, it’s people: the stakeholders in the organization and their complex ownership of the data that the initiative will affect.
Master Data Management equips you with a deeply practical, business-focused way of thinking about MDM—an understanding that will greatly enhance your ability to communicate with stakeholders and win their support. Moreover, it will help you deserve their support: you’ll master all the details involved in planning and executing an MDM project that leads to measurable improvements in business productivity and effectiveness.
- Presents a comprehensive roadmap that you can adapt to any MDM project.
- Emphasizes the critical goal of maintaining and improving data quality.
- Provides guidelines for determining which data to “master.”
- Examines special issues relating to master data metadata.
- Considers a range of MDM architectural styles.
- Covers the synchronization of master data across the application infrastructure.
Data/Information analysts, information and enterprise architects, and data warehouse and systems engineers, and their managers, mostly in Information Technology, plus consultants who do this work for new projects or mergers.
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David gives sound, practical advice for business leaders and managers planning a real implementation. His material covers the key business, operational and technical elements of an enterprise reference data and master data program. He delivers a clear description of the functional and technical solutions that are available to business managers. David provides insights that can help business and technology managers to improve strategic planning, manage organizational change and simplify the operational integration of systems and business processes." - Justin S. Magruder, Vice President, Enterprise Information Strategy & Management, Freddie Mac Few people can serve as both an academic and a practitioner. David Loshin is one of those people and he is superbly qualified to bring sense to the topic of master data management. He has brought all his skills and experience together in this book. Anyone that is embarking on a master data management initiative will find this book a great resource, from the initial efforts to understanding the business value of master data to the methodical approach to implementation. - Tony Fisher, President, DataFlux “With his new book on MDM, David Loshin has created a comprehensive overview of a complex topic that should be one of the top 5 priorities for CIOs: to transform an enterprise through superior management of its critical business data. Much like the SOA market, MDM needs a separate category of best practices to address the hard business problems that can only be solved through better data governance. This book does a wonderful job of posing these challenges and positing some solutions. A must-have guide for those looking to understand the IT and business issues around master data management” - Anurag Wadehra, Senior VP, Marketing & Product Management, Siperian Similar to David’s other books on data manage
David Loshin is President of Knowledge Integrity, Inc., a company specializing in data management consulting. The author of numerous books on performance computing and data management, including “Master Data Management" (2008) and “Business Intelligence – The Savvy Manager’s Guide" (2003), and creator of courses and tutorials on all facets of data management best practices, David is often looked to for thought leadership in the information management industry.
President, Knowledge Integrity Incorporated, Silver Spring, MD, USA