What is Data Custodianship?

July 23rd, 2021

Data Governance is full of jargon and terminology. And the interesting thing about it is that it is all subjective. Different people use different terms, well, differently within Data Governance. This is usually because of the culture within a particular organisation. The way the various terms are applied within organisations can vary their meaning. And […]


Camelot Curates: The Go-Giver

July 14th, 2021

Chloe Allison reviews Bob Burg and John David Mann’s book The Go-Giver, A Little Story About A Powerful Business Idea.


Operational resilience: how much to learn from Covid-19? – Crescendo Advisors LTD.

July 8th, 2021

One of the questions in the mind of many CROs, COOs and NEDs is how much the industry has learnt from the response to Covid-19. Crescendo Advisors survey of insurers’ lessons learnt highlighted that the industry has learnt a fair amount. We have written a separate article about five practical lessons for the implementation of operation resilience […]


How do I get a career in data governance? – Nicola Askham

June 9th, 2021

Nicola Askham shares advice on how to establish a career in Data Governance, for people who are interested in working in the sector but aren’t sure where to begin.


Do Marketers need to think differently about Trust?

June 4th, 2021

Erica MacKay, co-director of The Marketing Detective Agency explores the way technology has transformed the way we trust, and explains how marketing strategies should adapt accordingly.


Chief Transformation Officer – the missing seat on the exec team… and why we all need glasses! – Gary Burke

June 3rd, 2021

Gary Burke – expert in Business and Digital transformation, explains the crucial role a Chief Transformation Officer plays in the success of any business transformation programme.


Backward Reasoning – Is your Data Strategy fit for the future world of insurance?

May 24th, 2021

Paul Rich, Camelot Member, and founder of MOTOSI Consulting, talks all about the importance of backward reasoning, in order to prepare for the future when it comes to the insurance market.

Instead of tweaking the current model of insurance-based products, Paul stresses the importance of ‘horizon scanning’ and proposes his vision for the future of the market.


What is Data Ownership?

May 19th, 2021

We are going back to basics in this blog with a simple question that I’ve been asked quite a lot recently, and that is: ‘What is Data Ownership?’ Now, I think the reason this question is popping up a lot more frequently at the moment is that people are confused. They think that data ownership […]


Data Governance Interview with Kohinoor Mukherjee

April 15th, 2021

Nicola Askham interviews Kohinoor Mukherjee, Data Governance Consultant, speaking about everything data governance, Kohinoor’s decade of experience, and advice on getting into a career in the field. Whether you are at the beginning, middle or end of your data governance journey, it truly is an adventure with many challenges and roadblocks ahead. Kohinoor speaks about […]


How to treat vulnerable customers fairly

April 7th, 2021

With the FCA bearing down on the need to ‘Treat (Vulnerable) Customers Fairly’, Eddie Longworth and Hugh Hessing‘s new White Paper examines the key issues. The FCA is expecting every regulated organisation to have a plethora of new internal processes, measurements, and reporting to tackle what they see as a major requirement. From product design […]