Three Easy Steps
Share your Data Governance experiences, case studies, and insights by submitting a proposal to speak at the 2020 Data Governance & Information Quality Conference. Start by reviewing the process, topics, deadlines, and submission best practices outlined below. Next, prepare and submit your proposal. The conference committee will review and begin selecting the official sessions at the close of the Call for Presentations. If your presentation is selected, you will receive an official invitation from our conference team.
- Case studies and success stories
- Best practices and lessons learned
- Business oriented presentations
- New and innovative approaches to Data Governance
- Selling Data Governance or Information Quality
- How to get started with Data Governance or Data Quality
- Post implementation issues. Pitfalls to avoid
- Data Stewardship
- Governing the business vocabulary and business glossaries
- Data Catalogs
- Data Governance or Data Quality in an agile environment
- Data Governance and Master Data Management
- Data Governance and Analytics
- Data Literacy and Governance
- Advanced Data Governance topics
- CCPA, Data Privacy, Regulations and Compliance
- Soft skills in Data Governance or Information Quality
- Practical solutions for Data Quality improvement
- Information Quality environment and culture
- Big Data Governance, Reference Data Governance, Metadata Governance
- Roles and career paths
- The Chief Data Officer and governance
- Risk management, compliance, information security and privacy
- Governing data in the cloud
- Metrics and assessing the effectiveness of your program
- Data Governance for the IoT
- AI, Robotic Process Automation and governance
- Emerging and future trends in Data Governance
Proposal Submission Deadline
November 18, 2019
Speaker Invitation Period Begins
December 16, 2019
Presentation Files Submission Deadline
May 1, 2020
We typically receive a large number of presentations to review, so it is not possible for us to accept all proposals.
Positive weighting is given to presentations that follow these best practices:
1Include a concise abstract outlining what attendees will learn and why/how it is useful to them.
2Devote the majority of your presentation to solutions, not overviews of common problems.
3Offer new topics to a specific audience: Governance Leads, Stewards, Executives, Architects, etc.
4Provide a first-hand, detailed case study from personal experience with lessons learned.
5Discuss a detailed management analysis and efficient cost/time-saving measures.
6Provide guidelines and roadmaps for organizations considering new solutions.
Click on NEXT to proceed to Step 2: Prepare the Proposal