Data Governance

Understand the role of the board in data governance and discover how to reap rewards from data while containing risk.

New 2 CPD points

As a director, how aware are you of the value of data and the risk associated with data that is collected, stored and distributed? What oversight do you have to ensure data usage is appropriate and is being fully optimized? Are you satisfied with your data governance strategy? 
We can’t provide best practice governance and oversight if we don’t know or don’t understand what is happening. (Pictured: Franky Wang, Affinity Services Ltd, Auckland)

Course/workshop category: Webinar

Duration: One hour

Content covered:

  • Understand what it means to be data-driven
  • Discover how to assess the value, risks and constraints associated with collecting, using and distributing data
  • Explore how organisations are using data to be more competitive
  • Develop questions to ask towards a data-governance strategy or to test your current strategy

Who should attend?
Directors who want to understand the opportunities and risks associated with data in a digital world


Members: $200 incl GST
Non members: $245 incl GST

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Our facilitators

Data Governance is presented by:

  • Alison Holt MInstD

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    Alison is an internationally acclaimed expert in the governance of information technology and data.  She has had experience as a director, a trustee, a general manager, a research fellow, and as a virtual CIO for multiple organisations, working in advisory and governance roles fuelled by her penchant for innovation, and her wide-ranging business expertise.  She is a Fellow of both the Institute of IT Professionals in New Zealand and the British Computer Society in the United Kingdom, a Member of the Institute of Directors and a Chartered IT Professional.

    Alison has worked with large multinational groups using a consensus led process to develop strategy, standards, policies and guidelines.  She chaired the standards group in 2008 that published the first international standard for the Governance of Information Technology, and is now developing the 38505 series of international standards for the Governance of Data.