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November 2019 Newsletter
Here are highlights from our latest issue.
We’re excited to share a new resource from Kelle O’Neal, The Future of Data Governance Is Now guide.
Kelle covers five key areas that can unlock significant value, aligning your organization’s data governance efforts for maximum results:
- Data Understanding
- Data Privacy and Ethics
- Expansion of Data Governance
- Data Governance in the Cloud
- Diversity in Data Teams
Kelle encourages you to evaluate and implement the focus areas that can drive the most impact for your business — and also realize that what’s modern about governance today will change in the years to come, just as your organization must adapt to opportunities and challenges that come its way.
How We Make Remote Work Work
First San Francisco Partners (FSFP) has been a virtual company since our inception in April 2007. Since that time, we’ve talked about our remote work culture with dozens of people who express interest in working for FSFP.
On our blog, our HR lead Cinde Wakefield talks about factors she considers to be critical in supporting the client work we do — e.g., industry experience coupled with the desire to learn more, great communication skills and the ability to work both collaboratively and independently.
In Thoughts on Remote Work from a Virtual Recruiter, Cinde is joined by other FSFP team members who share their thoughts on how to not just survive but thrive in a remote-work culture.
Last Chance to Join DG Vision
DG Vision, DATAVERSITY’s new forum on Data Governance and Stewardship, will be here soon on December 9.
You can still register for this four-day event, with its focus on peer-to-peer sharing of practical experiences through case studies — and you’re welcome to use our FSFP10 discount code to receive a 10% savings.
Attendees will hear from a diverse mix of industry experts, including Kelle O’Neal, leading in-depth tutorials and workshops.
Find conference details here.