HESA - Data Capability Toolkit
This self assessment tool is used to identify the aspirational maturity level for your institution. The assessment is part of the HEDIIP data capability toolkit which can found here: https://www.hesa.ac.uk/support/tools/data-capability/call-to-action
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1 - How will data accountability and ownership be managed across the whole organisation?
2 - What cost and value should be understood from data, and the outputs derived from that data by the organisation as a whole?
3 - How will data presented in the organisation?
4 - Will specific roles exist for data management activities e.g. Data Steward, Data Architect, Data Analyst, Report Developer?
5 - Will data improvement proposals be sponsored at a senior management level?
6 - Will data management issues and/or risks be recorded in auditable logs and/or risk registers?
7 - Will data management principles and goals be embedded into wider policy documents?
8 - What will be your organisations approach/capability around data analytics?
9 - Will data be collected for which there is no obvious purpose or value?
10 - Will the quality of data be regularly problematic in terms of frequent and/or repeatable operations?
11 - Will there be multiple copies of the datasets with little or no reconciliation?
12 - How (if at all) will meta and reference data management be used in the organisation?
13 - Will those working with the data be constantly 'running to stay still' to deliver the required outputs?
14 - Will data activities be prioritised over other things that need to be done?
15 - Will there be an understanding of best practice in data management and/or formal Data Governance?
16 - Will the organisation have an approach/plan to improving data quality, and if so how is that manifested?
17 - How secure will your data be, and how is that security maintained and audited?
18 - Will your organisation have repeatable/documented processes to undertake the most frequent internal data operations?
19 - How will business processes be aligned to external returns and reporting obligations?
20 - How will issues be tracked, resolved and audited?
21 - How cross functional will collaboration be to mitigate risks / fix problems with data?
22 - How will data management processes be integrated with wider business processes?
23 - How will the impact of organisational change be assessed against current or future data management capabilities?
24 - Will the organisation measure data quality, If so, how will metrics be set and who will monitor them?
25 - How will data support evidence based decision making?
26 - Will there be a business continuity process/strategy for data assets?
27 - How well does the wider business understand the role of IT around managing and using data?
28 - What will the function of data architecture be in your organisation (if it exists)?
29 - How will technology solutions support the organisations data lifecycle (e.g. acquire, clean, use, archive, purge)?
30 - How will data be mastered and modelled?
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