Launching a data governance program is rarely a simple or straightforward process. But if the choice is to implement data governance on a shoestring or do nothing at all, choose a guerilla governance approach.

Guerilla governance speeds up the process and reduces costs by focusing scarce resources on projects that add the most value to your organization.
In this whitepaper, data management expert Kelle O’Neal shows you how to:
  • Spot key differences between guerilla and enterprise governance
  • Develop, quantify, and justify your data governance program
  • Create your own plan of action you can execute right now
Use this document to kick-start your own guerilla governance program!

About Kelle O’Neal

Kelle O’Neal is a Managing Partner and Founder at First San Francisco Partners, a specialized professional services and IT consulting company, focused on helping organizations understand and benefit from enterprise information management and emerging big data strategies.

Kelle has played important roles in many of the ground-breaking initiatives that confirm the value of MDM to the enterprise. Recognizing an unmet need for clear guidance and advice on the intricacies of designing and implementing MDM solutions, she founded First San Francisco Partners in early 2007. Kelle developed her ability to work through organizational complexity, build consensus and drive results in senior roles at companies such as Siperian, GoldenGate Software, Oracle and Siebel Systems. She has worked at the executive level in the U.S., Europe and Asia.

Getting Started with Guerilla Data Governance
How do you launch data governance with limited or no resources?