The BICC Steering Committee provides cross-functional oversight and prioritization for Business Intelligence projects. The BICC Steering Committee envisions and communicates the long-term value of the BI program, helps achieve buy-in from peers, and strives to effect change in business processes and data quality within their units. Steering Committee members will serve as adopters and champions of the use of data in decision-making. The Steering Committee has the additional responsibility of assessing the BI program periodically to ascertain progress or areas in need of improvement.
|Steering committee member||Office|
|Sara Bible||Dean of Research|
|Tom Black||Registrar's Office|
|Russell Brewer||Office of Sponsored Research|
|Suzanne Calandra||Finance Office|
|Marcia Cohen||School of Medicine|
|Adam Daniel||Humanities & Sciences|
|Shirley Everett||Residential & Dining Enterprises|
|Suzanne Ferris||Human Resources|
|Andrew Harker||University Budget Office|
|David O'Brien||School of Medicine|
|Megan Pierson||Faculty Affairs|
|Ken Schulz||Research Financial Compliance & Services|
The data governance committee consists of the Data Stewards for all of the subject areas. This committee sets priorities for the formation of task forces, establishes accountability, monitors task force progress, and develops best practices, metrics, and methodologies for data quality. The Data Governance Manager, Matt Hoying, will be coordinating with this committee. More information on data governance at Stanford is available here.
Not yet formed.
These task forces are led by the Data Stewards and populated by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). A task force in a particular data area identifies metrics for monitoring data quality, assigns responsibility for data quality, and adjusts business practices or ERP systems to improve and maintain data quality. SMEs are, ideally, the people who understand the whole cycle of data from input through reporting though SMEs may consult with specialized experts in their organization to assist with understanding the details of specific data fields or ERP functions.
|Task force role||Member|
|Chair; Data Steward for pre-award||Barbara Cole|
|Data Steward for post-award||Ken Schulz|
|Subject Matter Experts||Mich Payle
|SERA liaison||Lee Merrick|
These are less formal groups of people interviewed (individually or in groups) for the purpose of gathering subject-specific information needed to identify metrics and dimensions for executive and management level reporting. These groups may overlap with Subject Matter Experts and Data Stewards involved in data quality, but will also include heavy users of information.
|Focus group role||Member|
|Data owner||Anne Hannigan|