Tag Archives: incentives
Feb 10, 2011 by Phil Simon
In my previous post, I discussed whether employee incentives vis-a-vis data management incentives were sufficient without sufficiently defined ownership. In short, they are not.
In this final part of the series, I ask the question: What role does organizational size have to play in the incentive question?
Feb 03, 2011 by Phil Simon
In my previous post, I discussed the limitations of incentives. Brass tacks: organizations should not buy into the myth that people in general – and employee financial incentives in particular – drive data quality. Technology and process have a great deal to say about whether organizations can trust their data – and manage it well.
In this fourth post in the series, I’ll ask if data management and quality incentives suffer from the payroll or customer service syndromes. That is, do organizations expect perfection and only place a call and log a complaint when data quality and management spiral out of control.
Jan 27, 2011 by Phil Simon
In my previous post, I addressed what happens to organizations that lack sufficient data management and quality incentive structures throughout the organization.
In part three of this five-part series, I ask: What are the limitations of incentives?
Jan 20, 2011 by Phil Simon
In my previous post, I discussed whether organizations utilized sufficient positive and negative incentives with respect to data quality and management. While there are exceptions, the vast majority of companies could do a much better job handling employee carrots and sticks.
In this second post in the series, I’ll address what happens to organizations that lack sufficient data management and quality incentive structures throughout the organization.
Jan 13, 2011 by Phil Simon
Dylan Jones’ recent post “Are You Incentivising Poor Data Quality?” really struck a chord with me for all sorts of reasons. Lately, I have been thinking a great deal about employee, department, and organizational incentives. In this first in a series of posts, I’m going to explore some of the incentive-based factors involved in data management and…