For data to be meaningful, it needs to be easy to find and easy to understand. And that makes it easy to trust. But balancing data innovation with data discipline isn’t always simple.
Join us for Data Citizens ’17 to learn how data governance can help your organization transform its data assets into data insights.
The Collibra Data Citizens conference is fast becoming the go-to event for data leaders, data users, data analysts, data stewards, and data scientists who believe good data governance can help us do more with our data.
In his keynote presentation “Hidden Brain: Data & The Unconscious Mind,” Shankar Vedantam will explore the “psychology of data” – how the brain processes information, the effects of information overload on the way we think, and how managers can drive change within organizations to make data more relevant.
Shankar is NPR’s social science correspondent and the host of the Hidden Brain podcast. His goal is to help people think about the world in new and interesting ways. He is endlessly fascinated by empirical research in fields ranging from psychology and neuroscience to sociology and economics.
Take your data governance knowledge to the next level with a Collibra Data Citizens Certificate Workshop. Our expert Collibra University instructors will share advanced data governance concepts and techniques to help you enhance and expand your data governance programs. Pick the certification workshop that best aligns with your goals:
CDO Readiness Certification: topics include the evolving role of the CDO, data policy, quality, and strategy, and metrics and measurements
Steward Certification: topics include creating good data definitions, the report certification process, data traceability and lineage, and how to shop for data with the new Collibra Catalog
Developer Certification: topics include integration using Collibra Connect