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Learning Objectives

Every course offered by DQMatters has a set of goals, called Learning Objectives, which we use to anchor instruction to the topics and scope required. This ensures that learners successfully comprehend and relate the concepts, question methods of application and retain the skills to apply what they have learned. This educational investment yields an increase in productivity (increased revenue; decreased costs), clarity of direction, and desired quality improvement.

For example, domain two of the IQCPTM framework for IQ (Information Quality Environment and Culture) has a number of required skills and knowledge that were identified by IAIDQ in the Job Analysis Report. Using these attributes, required of Information Quality professionals, each Learning Objective has been formed. We then ensure that each course contains explanation of these concepts and activities/discussion that reinforce understanding and long-term applicability. Additionally, we’ve reconciled the skills and knowledge attributes provided in the IAIDQ Job Analysis Report with each course to ensure that the DQMatters IQCPTM preparation material is comprehensive.

Domain 2. Information Quality Environment and Culture

Course ID

Topics Covered

Learning Objectives

210

  • Industrial Quality Pioneers
  • Definition of Industrial Quality

2.3. Ability to explain the basic history of the quality industry (its pioneers) and how it impacts IQ and ability to state the most important philosophies and methodologies of the quality pioneers

3.1. Ability to identify and document business objectives and goals and associated negative impacts of poor IQ

3.4. Ability to explain the unique properties of data that differentiate it from other assets

210

  • Information Quality Pioneers
  • Definition of Information/Data Quality

2.3. Ability to explain the basic history of the quality industry (its pioneers) and how it impacts IQ and ability to state the most important philosophies and methodologies of the quality pioneers

3.1. Ability to identify and document business objectives and goals and associated negative impacts of poor IQ

3.4. Ability to explain the unique properties of data that differentiate it from other assets

220

  • Definition of Ethics
  • Methods of Making Ethical Decisions
  • IAIDQ Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

2.4. Ability to identify unethical situations based on the IAIDQ code of ethics

230

  • Change Management
  • Employee Engagement

2.1. Ability to list mechanisms to establish education and training programs, career paths and professional certifications within an organization

2.2. Ability to list variety of communication tactics in order to raise awareness, obtain broad organizational adoption, management sponsorship for IQ

2.5. Ability to identify successful training and learning techniques from a list of possible efforts

2.6. Ability to list popular explanations of human behavior related to change