The 9th CDQ Good Practice Award – What’s About it
The CDQ Good Practice Award acknowledges world-class and innovative data management initiatives paving the way for digital and data-driven enterprises. The award is an initiative of the Competence Center Corporate Data Quality (CC CDQ) and the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM), supported by a global jury of international data experts from practice and academia.
3 reasons why your company should apply in 2021
- Significantly increase awareness for data management across your organization and beyond.
- Receive valuable feedback on your data initiative from renowned experts.
- Exchange views, receive high-quality insights and network with peers from the CC CDQ community.
Your way to become a CDQ Award Winner
- Download the CDQ Good Practice Award submission form
- Describe your project
- Turn in your description by September 02, 2021 by using our contact form
The annually given CDQ Good Practice Award will be evaluated regarding three criteria:
- DATA EXCELLENCE
- BUSINESS VALUE
Each good practice description submitted will be evaluated against these three criteria:
Each good practice description submitted will be evaluated by at least three members of the international jury. The three best-rated good practices make it into the final round of the competition.
The good practice descriptions of the three finalists will then be evaluated again, this time by all jury members. This part of the evaluation counts 50% of the overall score. In addition, the three finalists will present their good practices at the CC CDQ Workshop on December 1, 2021. The presentations will be evaluated by each CC CDQ member organization attending the workshop (using the same evaluation criteria as the jury). That part of the evaluation also counts 50% of the overall score. If two good practices achieve the same score, the chairwoman of the jury, Prof. Christine Legner, will make a final evaluation and decide which one is to be ranked higher. The good practice achieving the highest score will be declared the winner of the 2020 CDQ Good Practice Award.
Prof. Dr. Christine Legner
(chair of the jury)
HEC Lausanne - Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Lausanne
Prof. Dr. Andy Koronius
Division Information Technology, University of South Australia
Ismael Caballero Muñoz-Reja
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
European Foundation for Quality Management
Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering
International Association for Information and Data Quality
The award will be handed over to the winner at the CDQ Good Practice Award ceremony taking place in the evening of the same day the presentations are held (December 1, 2021). Apart from the winner, the two other finalists will also attend the event.