New Article Posted – It's time for your association to create a data records manager position

Several years ago, I suggested to a client of mine that they needed to add a new position to their staff, a position I called the data records manager. What I meant by this was someone responsible for making sure all the data within the organization was being managed appropriately. Interestingly, since that time, the for-profit arena has seen the rise of a position called Chief Data Officer (CDO).

My client asked a very good question: “If we’ve gotten by for the past ten years without a data records manager, why do we need this position now?”

I answered the question of why in this blog post.

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About Wes Trochlil

For over 30 years, Wes has worked in and with dozens of associations and membership organizations throughout the US, ranging in size from zero staff (all-volunteer) to over 700. In that time Wes has provided a range of consulting services, from general consulting on data management issues to full-scale, association-wide selection and implementation of association management systems.

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