• Topi and Tucker 2014 (†551)

    Topi, Heikki, and Allen Tucker. Computing Handbook: Information Systems and Information Technology – 3rd ed. (CRC Press, 2014).

Existing Citations

  • data governance (p. 21-3): [Data governance] is part of an overall corporate governance strategy as an equal subdiscipline along side [information technology] governance. . . . ¶ [Data governance] should be clearly distinguished from data management and data quality management . . . . [Data governance] is the decision rights and policy making for corporate data, while data management is the tactical execution of those policies. (†909)
  • governance (p. 21-1): A governance program is used to define the decision-making processes and authority around a specific domain. . . . Over the past decade, corporate governance has been defined as a set of relationship between a company's management, its board, its shareholders, and other stakeholders that provide a structure for determining organizational objectives and monitoring performance, thereby ensuring that corporate objectives are attained. (†908)