2014 Big Data Posts - Self Service BI, Agile Data Management Practices, and Killing Data Landfills

In 2014, many of my posts on BigData were actually about "small" data management practices. Specifically, I hope these posts educated readers that tools of "Data Science 1.0" such as Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and especially Access can disrupt - even kill - efforts to make organizations become more data driven.

In addition to calling out this problem which is something I have been doing for a couple of years now (see my classic posts on Spreadsheet Jockeys and my plea to Stop Creating More Access Databases), this year I offered solutions. Specifically, I think CIOs need to deploy Self Service BI tools and establish more modernized data management programs. I support data scientists that act like disciplined hikers, adopt agile practices, and avoid creating new data landfills.

Click on the images below to read related posts. Good luck everyone in 2015.

The Database Decision that Will Hurt Your Company's Big Data Opportunities
Succeeding in Big Data Transformation - It is a Journey, Not a Destination!
Friend or Foe? How Microsoft Excel 2013 Creates New Data Governance Challenges
Why is Data Sooo Messy and How to Avoid Data Landfills
Killing Bad Data Practices - Acknowledging The Problem is Half The Battle
5 Agile Leadership Practices Where CIOs Can Help Data Scientists
Five Data Management Practices IT Needs to Better Support Data Driven Organizations
What Technologies Work Best for Decentralized Data Scientists?
The Agile Data Organization - Balancing Responsibilities in Data Science Programs
Agile Data Scientist, A Disciplined Hiker or Reckless Hunter?

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