It’s Complicated: Rethinking the Relationship Between Data Governance and Innovation

As data innovation moves from trend to industry standard, Amelia Axelsen investigates whether governance is its enemy, or an essential driver.

In what may resemble a high-frequency trading floor, Formula One engineers and drivers employ an arsenal of computers, sensors, and technology to distribute data at rates of a fraction of a second, so crews can quickly assess both driver and racing car. But stringent regulations require frequent upgrades to the cars in order to meet safety and maintenance measures designed to avoid crashes and fatalities. Those upgrades propel the need for new technologies, and lead teams to evaluate and make

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