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Creating a Personal Training Program for Enterprise Data Management : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Creating a Personal Training Program for Enterprise Data Management Deborah Henderson (CapGemini - DAMAI VP Education) Anne Marie Smith Ph.D. (EWSolutions, Northcentral University) EIM Conference June Toronto 2008 DAMA International Anne Marie Smith Background : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Anne Marie Smith Background Anne Marie Smith – AMSmith@ewsolutions.com Internationally recognized expert and speaker in the fields of enterprise information management, data modeling, meta data management and data warehousing, one of the top industry experts in data governance and information management strategy and planning Over 20 years experience in delivering solutions in enterprise information management for numerous companies / clients across varied industries Published over 50 articles that have been featured in some of the industry’s most prestigious magazines and newsletters Contributing author to the DAMA Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK) Has taught at several institutions of higher learning including LaSalle University Holds certifications in PMP, CDPM and has earned a PhD in Management Information Systems Editor-in-Chief, Real World Decision Support journal: http://www.realworlddecisionsupport.com Deborah Henderson Background : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Deborah Henderson Background Deborah Henderson– deborah.henderson@inergi.ca International speaker in the field of data management and expert in data governance, data architecture, data warehousing President DAMA Foundation and VP Education and Research in DAMA International, member IRMAC for 17 years Contributor to the Data and Information Quality, Data Management exams for the ICCP and DAMA Over 25 years experience in delivering solutions in data management to the provincial electricity generation, transmission and distribution, and to the worlds largest auto manufacturer Published over 30 articles in magazines and newsletters and a Canadian Management Association Guide on Data Warehousing Sponsor and contributing author to the DAMA Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK), and the DAMA Dictionary of Data Management Holds an MLS ( Masters in Library Science) and certifications PMP, CDMP (Mastery level) Slide 4: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Not an Entry Level Profession The Data Management profession has members who are entrusted with the information of major organizations. Many, if not most, of these professionals work for large organizations and are charged with definition, development, and management of the mission-critical information stores of significant organizations of the world. In smaller organizations, IT professionals take on multiple roles so that a portion of the work is data management; but ‘hidden’ in the overall skill set Most of these professionals have been out of college for 15 to 20 years – this is not an entry-level profession (from a DAMA survey 2006) A Plethora of Job Titles : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved A Plethora of Job Titles Data Analyst Database Analyst Data Modeler Data Management Specialist Information Analyst Data Architect Meta Data Specialist Business Analyst Enterprise Data Manager Etc……………. Data Management suffers from a lack of standard job titles: Part of the problem is that generic job titles are a purposeful strategy for businesses to describe a multitude of job skills eg. The Hay Group Method Slide 6: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved What’s my Career? Acknowledge that career goals can change over the course of your professional life Key Ideas Develop a career path with flexibility Decide on your specialities Identify the skills you need to acquire mastery of your chosen data management specialities The DAMA Curriculum Framework can help Slide 7: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Curriculum Approach The approach taken by DAMAI Data Management curriculum includes all aspects (conceptual, logical and physical perspectives: Model for data management in the real world List of concepts in Data Management List of topics from the ICCP CDMP exams as input Body of Knowledge (BOK) for Data Management as input List of careers and job clusters from the NWET (National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies)1 List of education delivery channels based on the North American model Clustering of topics for courses Cross reference matrices for the reader to study in the development of a curriculum 1 Building a Foundation for Tomorrow – Skill Standards for Information Technology, National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies, 1999. Slide 8: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved ICCP and DAMAI ICCP – highest level certification for computing professionals http://www.iccp.org/ ICCP Data Management certification (CDMP) designed to test knowledge of IRM/DRM functions – all stages (conceptual, logical, physical) Serves as validation for the DAMA IRM/DRM curriculum – courses and exams based on DAMA curriculum framework Slide 9: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved ICCP and DM Certification CDMP Certified Data Management Professional Practitioner (pass tests at 50% or higher) Master Professional (pass tests at 70% or higher) Required: Pass three ICCP exams in data management and related fields Work experience in data field Recertification – 3 year cycles Continuing Professional Education Adopt ICCP Code of Ethics Slide 10: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved ICCP and DM Certification CDMP-eligible Exams include: IT Core Data Management Data Warehousing Database Administration Integrated Project Management IT Management Systems Development Business Intelligence Data and Information Quality …………… Slide 11: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Career Ladders in DM Career Ladders for Data Management use skill standards published by the National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies Career Ladders describe a progression of job titles and skill requirements for a job cluster Career Ladders have three levels Entry (Novice) Proficient (Practitioner) Expert (Master) Curriculum designed to provide foundation knowledge and facility for the chosen track Slide 12: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Career Ladders in DM IRM/DRM Career Ladders include: Business or Systems Analysis Data Warehousing Data Analyst / Data Modeling / Architect Data Administration / Management Database Administration Project Management Data Quality Information Security Technical Trainer / Technical Writer Data or Information Architect Data Governance Co-ordinator Slide 13: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Career Paths & Roles Career Ladders include paths and roles appropriate to the ladder Example for Database Administrator: Foundations Associate DBA Database Analyst Database Administrator Senior Database Architect Novice Practitioner Master Required Skills and Knowledge Slide 14: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Career Paths & Roles Example for Data Modeler/Architect: Foundations Modeler Intermediate Data Architect Enterprise Data Modeler Novice Practitioner Master Required Skills and Knowledge Senior Data Architect Slide 15: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Career Paths & Roles Example for Data Quality Analyst: Foundations Data/ Database Analyst Intermediate Data Analyst Data Quality Analyst Senior Data Quality Administrator Novice Practitioner Master Required Skills and Knowledge Slide 16: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Career Paths & Roles Example for Data Governance Coordinator: Foundations Data Governance Coordinator Novice Practitioner Master Required Skills and Knowledge Many routes ! Slide 17: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Career Choices: Foundations+ Modeling, Database, Ethics, Data processes (CRUD), Interaction of data and business logic Novice Practitioner Master database programmer data governance co-ordinator enterprise data modeller Ladders or Trees? : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Both ! It is important for the data management professional to have some exposure to most areas of data management – tree It is important for the data management professional to choose one or a few areas for progression to mastery - ladder Ladders or Trees? Ladders or Trees? - 2 : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Ladders or Trees? - 2 Choosing leaves on the data management tree for exposure and choosing one or a few areas for mastery will create the well-rounded data management professional Slide 20: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Topics and Topic Clusters Topics an area that are explored to some degree within the DAMAI Curriculum; a curriculum and /or course learning unit Topics may relate to one or more courses, and may be combined as appropriate with other topics Topic Cluster: is a highly related set of topics which are typically taught together – courses are developed by assembling a series of topics within a cluster and adding additional materials/topics as necessary Slide 21: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Two Topic Clusters with Topics The Environment for Managing Data as a Resource Types of data and information General file and database processing principles Uses of Data, information, knowledge, wisdom; metadata data and information (by discipline and within DRM) Evolution of database technologies Risks and rewards of data resource management Data Resource Management Overview Information Systems Planning (ISP) concepts Data / Metadata Management Plans Strategic data plan (linked to business plan) Enterprise data / information framework Data portfolio management Relationship management (vendor, customer, employee) Data quality management Metadata management plan Policies / Standards / Legal requirements/ Processes / Procedures Internal to DRM External to DRM External to organization Slide 22: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Topic Clusters List Planning for Data and Metadata Data Requirements Analysis and Documentation Data Models and Modeling Relational Data Model Data Storage Management Data Access and Database Programming Data Warehousing Data / Metadata Infrastructure Management Information and Data Security Data Quality Management Data Reliability Information Systems Project Management Continuing Education : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Continuing Education Map your continuing education goals to curriculum Become certified as a Data Management Professional, Business Intelligence Professional or other ICCP certification (CDMP, CBIP) Discover courses and seminars and professional volunteerism to provide Professional Development Units (PDU) and contact hours for re-certification Raise awareness of certification and continuing education to advance the data management profession throughout your company Generic Roles : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved VP/Director Enterprise Architect Manager Manager Manager Manager Portfolio Manager Database Architect DW Architect Metadata Architect Enterprise Data Administrator Data ResourceAnalyst Enterprise Database Administrator PerformanceAnalyst Database Administrator DW Developer DataAdministrator Performance Management Analyst Storage Analyst Operator Operator Operator Database Administrator Data Warehousing Analyst DataAdministrator Generic Roles Recommended Qualifications : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved UG = Undergraduate CS = Computer Science CCP = Certified Computing Professional DMP = Data Management Professional ACP = Associate Computing Professional Recommended Qualifications Recommended Competencies : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Recommended Competencies Recommended ICCP Exams : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Recommended ICCP Exams Courses for ICCP Exam Prep : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Courses for ICCP Exam Prep Some organizations offer courses that are based on ICCP / DAMA curriculum framework Some colleges offer data management education, visit http://www.dama.org / education for list of schools and programs EWSolutions’ courses are certified by ICCP and State of Illinois for professional development and continuing education credits and can serve as foundation for exam preparation http://www.ewsolutions.com/education for complete course list Slide 29: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Conclusion Developing and refining your approach to continuing education in enterprise data management is essential for professional and personal growth DAMA Curriculum Framework can serve as a proper foundation for developing your personal education path Continue to learn about data management and its related fields Become / remain active in DAMA for educational and professional development opportunities http://www.dama.org ; and http://www.irmac.ca Additional References : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Additional References EIM Institute: http://www.eiminstitute.com Real World Decision Support Journal: http://www.realworlddecisionsupport.com The Data Administration Newsletter: http://www.tdan.com DAMA-Data Management Body of Knowledge (DAMA-DMBOK): http://www.dama.org Slide 31: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Questions and Answers Thank you for your attendance and participation! Questions and comments can be addressed to the VP – Educational Services, DAMAI: VP_Education_Services@DAMA.org References : © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved References Building a Foundation for Tomorrow – Skill Standards for Information Technology, National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies, 1999. http://www.nwcet.org DAMA International Curriculum for Post-Secondary Education http://www.dama.org Institute for Certifying Computing Professionals (ICCP) http://www.iccp.org Slide 33: © DAMA International 2008 -- All Rights Reserved Anne Marie Smith, PhD. Director of Education Principal Consultant EWSolutions, Inc. AMSmith@Ewsolutions.com Deborah Henderson, MLS Senior Consulting Data Specialist Inergi LP / CapGemini LP President DAMA Foundation VP Education and Research DAMAI Deborah.Henderson@Inergi.ca Contact US!

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