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Editor's Letter

Welcome to another amazing issue of EIMInsight! 

This issue brings you Sid Adelman’s incredibly insightful article on metrics.  David Marco begins a two-part series on the “optimal meta data management tool”. Guest author James Funk examines the most critical characteristic of data quality:  data accuracy. 

Don’t miss the article on the challenges of data management in the Healthcare industry by contributor Bruce Johnson, Unit Head of the Enterprise Data Trust for Mayo Clinic.

Take time to read the follow-up to Larissa Moss' article "We Don't Need No Stinkin' Methodology." This month she discusses how you can "have your cake and eat it too" by trying an agile project management approach she calls "extreme scoping."

Also this month, Anne Marie Smith explains how those pursuing data governance initiatives can benefit from employing "social networking," a very useful the approach that is gaining acceptance in the information management field. 

As always, I hope you find knowledge in our offerings.  If you haven’t joined EIMI yet, I urge you to do so.  It’s free and you will have a wealth of research at your fingertips.  Articles are constantly being added to the archives and resource portals so join us soon! 

 

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