In this podcast episode, host Ole Olesen-Bagneux interviews Malcolm Chisholm, an acclaimed international data governance expert, about the concept of data democracy and its implications for modern organizations.
The conversation delves into the historical backdrop of IT-business divide, touching on the recurring rebellions against conventional IT approaches that have emerged over the years. Malcolm emphasizes that data democratization should empower individual teams to independently manage and utilize data, reflecting a shift towards decentralization. He highlights the critical role of no code and low code solutions, along with cloud technology, in enabling end user computing and the expansion of data-driven capabilities.
The interview also explores the challenge of finding the right balance between decentralized data activities and centralized governance to ensure responsible data practices within a data democracy framework.
🎧 Tune in to gain insights into the complex landscape of data democratization, guiding organizations towards a harmonious coexistence of empowerment and accountability.