Data Governance/Data Mesh
IEEE Computer Society Chicago and IEEE Chicago members are welcome to attend this talk hosted by the ACM Chicago and ACM DC chapters. The topic is on Data Governance/Data Mesh and the speaker is Lauren Maffeo from Steampunk.
Details and registration at https://www.meetup.com/acm-chicago/events/293458498/?fbclid=IwAR0Sp7DTbHXxtXqRQDGT9jAK8ZwZURxPCAwM77ZYJLWVaaF2v5ISZsJ1pcg. Be sure to register at the Zoom registration link.
Date and Time
- Date: 31 May 2023
- Time: 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM
- All times are (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
- Add Event to Calendar
Lauren Maffeo of Steampunk
Data Mesh/Data Governance
Organizations own more data than ever before, but it’s of no value if you don’t know how to use it. Most teams lack the strategy to clean, collect, organize, and automate data for production-ready projects.
The good news is that data governance -- the people, processes, and strategy needed for deploying data projects to production –- offers new opportunities to improve service delivery.
This session shares how data leaders can embed data governance into data mesh cloud architecture. Attendees will learn how to unite cross-functional teams of data stewards to automate unified standards into data mesh, which emphasizes data domain ownership through self-service architecture.
Whether you’re a chief data officer or individual contributor, this talk will show you how to manage up, get the buy-in you need to build data governance, find the right colleagues to co-create governance, and build cloud architecture that better serves the public.
Lauren Maffeo is an award-winning designer and analyst who currently works as a service designer at Steampunk, a human-centered design firm serving the federal government. She is also a founding editor of Springer’s AI and Ethics journal and an adjunct lecturer of Interaction Design at The George Washington University. Lauren has written for Harvard Data Science Review, Financial Times, and The Guardian, among other publications. Lauren is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of the Association for Computing Machinery’s Distinguished Speakers Program, and a member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, where she helps judge the Webby Awards.
(Times are Central Time)
6:00pm - brief intros
6:05pm - Presentation by Lauren Maffeo
6:45pm - Q&A
7:00 pm - end
Note: You must register with Zoom for the remote broadcast, registering in Meetup does not give you access to the Zoom meeting.