arrangeres av Geoffrey van IJzendoorn-Joshi og resten av fagfolkene fra faggruppen DAMA (Data Management Association - Norway Chapter)
Join this event and gain a better understanding of the links between data management and business value, as well as the process to set up a data management organisation.
An organisation’s journey to digital operations & value streams is paved with data driven decision making. The value of digitalization initiatives is maximized by solid and intrinsic data management practices an organisation’s rapid growing data assets.
Learn how to…:
- Ensure you can leverage value through your data
- Set up the role of the CDO
- Build a data-driven organisation
- Take into account the Data Management dos and don’ts.
- Prepare for the future with data management, ethics and compliance.
Chief Data Officers, such as Aidan Miller, CDO, DNB, and Lars Erik Fjørtoft, partner, PwC present their personal journeys of setting up a Data Management organisation. Additionally, they join in on a panel debate, lead by Nina Mathiesen, DND, with other experts on what the future looks like for Data Management. The debate will also include the extrapolation towards, amongst others, data ethics from the compliance push from the GDPR and other regulations.
The event will be in English
Light refreshments will be served
Registration is now closed
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|16.30||Registration, light refreshments and mingling|
|17.15||The Chief Data Officer Journey DNB is assessing and trialling exciting new data driven services. Aidan Millar, the CDO form DNB, will be sharing the three-year-transformation journey to liberate data and the lessons learned so far..... Aidan Miller, CDO, DNB|
|17.45||How to create value out of data PWC is focused on the potential in monetizing of customer data and how to build bridges between legal, businesses and data to provide more value to the business and its customers. Further, special focus is set on the new possibilities driven by GDPR. Lars Erik Fjørtoft, partner, PwC|
|18.20||Panel debate Moderator: Nina Mathisen, DND|
|19.00||Tapas, drinks and mingling|