The Four C’s of Effective Communication: Webcast May 7th 2:00 pm ET
Title: The Four C’s of Effective Communication
– Optimizing Business Meaning across the Organization
Leonardo Da Vinci, said “ Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
A business glossary is an essential tool for good communication in the organization. A well-defined Business Glossary leads to rapidly building trust throughout the organization, leading to increases in productivity, output and morale. Such a business glossary becomes a valuable asset to the organization, which can help eliminate the misunderstandings that cause lost time, lost opportunities and lost revenue.
The importance of developing strong well-defined business terms, has never been more important that in today’s era where organizations are amassing massive amounts of data, but can’t communicate the value of the business term, easily and effectively.
Trust is easier to build when you don’t contradict yourself. During our webcast we will explore the four C’s of Effective Communication and review the common challenges that companies face when creating a business glossary. Sandhill Consultants will leverage our content, management and technology to provide guidance for building a Business Glossary.
Albert Einstein, said “ Any person can make things bigger, more complex, more involved. It takes a touch of genius and lots of courage to move in the opposite direction”
Are you ready? Register here to learn more about:
- How you can improve the way your organization communicates
- Guidance on how to provide consistent, clear, concise, communication (the 4 C’s) across the enterprise
- A strategy to avoid wasting time looking for information
- Protect business knowledge by capturing, organizing and managing key business definitions
President, Universal Data Models, LLC
Len Silverston is a best-selling author, consultant, and speaker with over 30 years of experience integrating organizations’ information, systems, and people. He is a thought leader in data modeling, data management, and the human dynamics of integrating information. Well known for his “Universal Data Models,” these re-usable models help to develop higher quality data models in less time. He authored “The Data Model Resource Book series” (Volumes 1, 2, and 3), which describe hundreds of reusable data models. The volume 1 book was rated #12 on the Computer Literacy Best Seller, and there are Chinese and Korean translations in the series. He is the winner of the DAMA International Professional Achievement Award for 2004 and the DAMA International Community Award for 2006. He has received the highest speaker rating for numerous DAMA and other International conferences. Mr. Silverston’s company provides consulting, training, publications, and software to enable information integration.
Vice President, Sandhill Consultants
Robert Lutton, leads Sandhill Consultants and is responsible for creating an organization that delivers technology, service, products and training in the areas of Enterprise Data Governance, Business Glossary, Data Catalog, Data Architecture and Data Modeling.
Sandhills vision is to develop, market and deliver innovative solutions of exceptional value in the areas of Enterprise Modeling, Universal Data Modeling, Universal Business Glossary and Data Catalog Space.
Sandhill Consultants is a certified CMMI / DMM Partner and is focus is enhancing data as an asset via practices and technology to maximize investment in data management. Sandhill delivers solutions that enable organizations to enhance the value of their data by including best practices supported by robust data management technology.
Robert continues to guide Sandhill Consultants growth and will continue to lead the organization to expand its reach in key aspects of the Enterprise Data Management business.
Principal Architect, Sandhill Consultants
Jeffrey Giles is Principal Architect at Sandhill Consultants.. He has over 15 years experience in Information Technology and is recognized as Data Management Professional. Jeffrey has been a guest lecturer on Enterprise Architecture at the Boston University School of Management. Information management experience includes customizing Enterprise Architecture frameworks, creating model driven solution architecture for business intelligence projects. Modeling experience includes modeling and analysis of business process workflow, modeling data at the conceptual, logical, and physical levels, and UML application modeling. Possesses knowledge of both transactional and data warehousing systems. Understands the alignment of business, data, applications and technology. Has been involved in designing data governance standards, data glossaries and taxonomies.