I wish I could write more frequently. I have a lot to say and I'm always writing stories in my head. Every week our Data Quality program moves a little bit farther up that maturity ladder and I'd like to share what worked with the world! The problem is I struggle with how to take what happened, what is real, and write about it in a way that does not cross any of my organisations confidential boundaries. Which is why I struggle. Do I say this or that..will that get me in trouble..what ARE the rules in these days of social media?
Anyway, I've been inspired lately by some great bloggers on the subject of Data Quality: OCDQ Blog, Jill Dyche, Dylan Jones, Steve Sarsfield...
Their stories are relevant, informative and personal, which is why I like to read them. And I do push the boundaries at work every single day. It's the only way to make change happen. And it has worked so far....So I will tell my story, and hope that maybe someone else will benefit just like I have. As Spock would say: "The needs of the many, outweigh the needs of the few, or the one".
Yep, bit of a Trekkie fan!