About Me

Email: jonathan.adams@analyticaltern.com


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamsjonathan

I currently work at DATUM, LLC supporting our customers in evolving data management and governance related to compliance and analytics. Focus on applying disciplined framework based approaches to customer’s challenges as they evolve from traditional architectures and capabilities toward the more fluid data ecosystems associated with “big data” capabilities and approaches.

Prior to that I did a stint at the CMMI Institute. I was one of the participants that worked on the creation of the Data Management Maturity Model (DMM) starting in 2011 while I worked in the advanced analytics innovation group for Booz Allen Hamilton. The Data Management Maturity Model was originally used in my engagements as a way to streamline analytical projects and provide a framework around which teams and project workstreams could be organized. The DMM has evolved to a more comprehensive framework around which the strategic data management plan is created, teams are trained, and key metrics are identified and monitored. I see the model as the playbook for the CDO.

Much of what I blog about is related to my effort to simplify an often complicated topic for non analytical and non data people (and often data and analytical practitioners). These topics abound with buzzwords: Big Data; Knowledge Management, etc. However, at the end of the day data management is all about creating data that is understandable, accessible, and can be applied in context. If we keep grounded in that perspective, we can keep the buzzwords at bay!


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