27: How should you manage your data? 'Designing Data Governance from the Ground Up' with Lauren Maffeo
Can you ever have so much data that it becomes unmanageable? Are there ways make the way you use data more effective? In this episode, Seth talks to Lauren Maffeo about how to design a data governance framework that will best suit your needs.
Lauren is 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 a former area editor for Data and Policy, an open access journal with Cambridge University Press. She also teaches courses on design at George Washington University. She is the author of the book, Designing Data Governance from the Ground Up: Six Steps to Build a Data-Driven Culture.
Links to more from Lauren:
Book – 35% off E-book with code: DATAGOV23
Lightning talk at Open Source Summit North America
Music: “Dreams” from Bensound.com
Episode art: Nicole Smith