Recommended Race & Ethnicity Placemat

by on August 6, 2018 10:59 am
We have a new placemat, which documents the university’s best practices for reporting race-ethnicity groups and incorporates federal guidelines for breaking the data into high-level categories. This infographic was put together by the Race-Ethnicity working group, which consists of subject matter experts in student, staff and faculty reporting. In addition to┬áthe infographic, all of the… Read more Recommended Race & Ethnicity Placemat

Data Governance - Now On Slack!

by on July 17, 2018 9:26 am
We now have a Stanford Slack workspace called Data Governance @ Stanford. The Data Governance @ Stanford workspace includes channels for the DGC (Data Governance Center), a general Data Stewardship, and some private channels for our different SUDS groups. We will be using the channels for posting updates, helpful data stewardship tips and all-around communication… Read more Data Governance - Now On Slack!

Welcome New Groups: SUDS-LBRE & SUDS-RDE!

by on June 11, 2018 12:51 pm
It is an exciting time in Stanford Data Governance with the onboarding of two new stewardship groups – Land, Buildings & Real Estate (SUDS-LBRE) and Residential & Dining Enterprises (SUDS- RDE). Both groups are working hard on applying naming standards and globally defining their data elements! We are happy to have them and hope they… Read more Welcome New Groups: SUDS-LBRE & SUDS-RDE!

What is Data Governance? (original post by Matt Hoying)

by on May 12, 2017 12:51 pm
Data Governance (DG) is a cross-functional set of roles, policies and enabling technologies that work together to ensure that an organization is getting the maximum net benefit out of its data assets. To be both successful and sustainable, a DG program must be integrated with business and IT processes throughout the organization. The fundamental purpose… Read more What is Data Governance? (original post by Matt Hoying)

DG@Stanford has a new look!!

by on May 12, 2017 12:50 pm
DG@Stanford has undergone a remodel and a reorganization. Have no fear, we are keeping the underlying WordPress format and users of the site will still have access to all the previous blogs. So what has changed? We have made it more user friendly so that users of the site, internal and external to Stanford, can… Read more DG@Stanford has a new look!!