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About the Webinar
Big Data projects have been about as successful as other IT projects – about 29% successful according to the 2015 Standish Group Chaos Report. Second, Data Scientists are generally assessed to be about 20% productive. The reason for both of these dismal statistics is simple—organizations are terrible about understanding how to use data as a strategic organizational resource. In fact, considering the data is our sole, non-depletable, non-degrading, durable strategic asset, it is really mind boggling how poorly it is managed. Having an actionable data strategy is the first, most critical step in exerting positive control over data and leveraging it in support of your organization’s business strategy.
This talk will simply describe:
- What a data strategy is and its key component pieces
- How to align your data strategy with your organization’s strategic imperatives while recognizing the constraints of current state capabilities; and
- How to develop actionable roadmaps that will add value to the organization’s ability to leverage and monetize its data most effectively.
Once understood, your organization will be better positioned to support its mission and take advantage of new and existing data sources while complying with relevant laws, regulations, and policies.
About the Speakers
Micheline Casey is a senior executive with over 20 years experience helping organizations use data and information technology to grow and achieve strategic objectives. She is passionate about pushing boundaries with data, analytics, and tech, and applying design thinking to improve data product and service delivery. As principal at CDO, LLC, she works with a variety of organizations in multiple industries advising on the role of the chief data officer, data and analytics strategy, and organizational design considerations.
Ms. Casey was the first Chief Data Officer at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. She headed the Office of the Chief Data Officer (OCDO) and was responsible for the FRB enterprise data strategy and innovation; overseeing data governance policy development; transforming data management practices; and, integrating data architecture. Ms. Casey was the first state government Chief Data Officer in the country, and part of the Governor’s Office in the State of Colorado. Prior to her work in public service, Ms. Casey worked for several technology companies, including ChoicePoint (now LexisNexis), iXL Holdings, and IBM Global Services.
Ms. Casey has been profiled in several industry articles on the role of the chief data officer. She was named to DC’s Top 50 Women in Tech by FedScoop magazine and on the 2011 Top 25 Information Managers list by Information Management magazine.
Founding Director, Data Blueprint
Peter Aiken, Ph.D., is widely acclaimed as one of the top ten data management authorities worldwide. As a practicing data consultant, author and researcher, he has been actively performing in and studying data management for more than 30 years. Throughout his career, he has held leadership positions and consulted with more than 50 organizations in 20 countries across numerous industries, including defense, banking, healthcare, telecommunications and manufacturing. He is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and author of multiple publications, including his latest books “Monetizing Data Management” and “Making the Case for the Chief Data Officer”. Peter is the Founding Director of Data Blueprint, a data management consulting firm that puts organizations on the right path to leverage data for competitive advantage and operational efficiency. He is also Associate Professor of Information Systems at Virginia Commonwealth University and past President of the International Data Management Association (DAMA).