Data Management Strategy

Data Management Strategy

Do you know what your data management strategy is? If you have one written down, congratulations! If you don't, well I have news for you: that IS your data strategy.

You have a data strategy, whether you know it or not. It's your choice as to whether it was created actively or passively.

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Either you test, or your members will

September 29, 2021

Either you test, or your members will If I was forced to choose the single …

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But are you really willing to change?

September 22, 2021

But are you really willing to change? When any organization is making a change in data management …

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Two tips for data conversion

September 15, 2021

Two Tips for Data Conversion I’ve written a lot about data conversion over the years …

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Who should “own” the database?

September 8, 2021

Who should “own” the database? One of the most common questions I get from my …

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What makes you weird?

September 1, 2021

What makes you weird? When I work with clients on selecting a new association management system, one …

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Why “AMS Consortiums” Don’t Work

August 25, 2021

Why “AMS Consortiums” Don’t Work About once a year I will get a call from …

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Your vendor will disappoint you

August 18, 2021

Your vendor will disappoint you I follow politics as a hobby. A past publisher from …

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Learn how to lose

August 11, 2021

Learn how to lose “Winning is great, sure, but if you are really going to …

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Ownership is Required

July 28, 2021

Ownership is required When asked for the most common reason AMS implementations fail, I typically respond …

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It’s all relative…

July 21, 2021

It’s all relative… Over the course of my 22 years of consulting, I’ve consulted with …

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