Nicola Askham


About Nicola

Nicola is the leading data governance training provider in the UK. She holds a unique level of experience in the Data Governance field, and has experience in training, coaching and working with major organisations to help them implement full data governance frameworks.

Key Skills

Nicola has developed a powerful methodology for implementing data governance based on over 16 years of experience and research into best practices. Her methodology breaks down the data governance initiative into logical steps, which ensures that businesses design and implement a data governance framework that is right for them.

Professional Background

Nicola initially worked for a leading UK Bank, and moved into consultancy in 2009. Nicola has worked with clients in a number of different industries including Financial Services, Manufacturing, Defence, Utilities and Retail.

Nicola is a Director and Committee Member of DAMA UK, sits on the Expert Panel of Dataqualitypro.com, and regularly writes and presents internationally on data governance best practice.

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What is Data Wrangling?

If you are a regular follower of my videos and blogs, you will know that one of my key aims is to help explain the vast – and sometimes confusing – amount of terminology that is found within Data Governance. Often things have different meanings depending on the organisation you work within or can even […]

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Who Owns the Data that Appears in Your Reports or Dashboards?

If you’ve ever read any of my previous blogs on data ownership, you’ll probably know that I feel quite categorically, from my many years of experience, that you really cannot have more than one Data Owner per data set. It really doesn’t work, and I don’t recommend you try it. There’s no exception to this […]

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