DATE: July 12, 2017
TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific
PRICE: Free to all attendees
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About the Webinar
The “It” in this case refers to value; more specifically the benefits that governance can bring to an organization. Even if you are a seasoned governance practitioner or someone just starting the journey, the question you wrestle with most often is “how do I measure the value of governance?” The answer to this question, unfortunately, is not so simple. The value of governance – a.k.a benefits – is often hard to define and even harder (at times) to measure in a way that is meaningful to a broad group of stakeholders – but not impossible!
This session will provide insight into:
- Why having a business owned, operated governance function is the first step in defining business-centric value
- How to develop measurable goals and aligning the right strategies for success
- How you can align governance stakeholders on a common set of goals to achieve positive outcomes
- How to build a framework for developing a balanced approach to measuring the value of your data governance effort
About the Speaker
Michael Nicosia joined TIAA-CREF in November 2004 and is currently responsible for developing and deploying business-led data and process governance capabilities, and leading the development of Finance & Actuarial’s (F&A) multi-dimensional vision, strategy, and roadmap. In addition to these responsibilities, Mr. Nicosia oversees a large scale transformation program focused on strengthening and automating critical Finance business processes, improving data quality and integration and upgrading Finance’s underlying technology/infrastructure. He is also an active member of the company’s Enterprise Data Governance council.
Prior to joining TIAA-CREF, Mr. Nicosia worked as a Managing Consultant for The Amherst Group Limited, a consulting firm that provides advisory services to Shared Services organizations around the world. During this time, he provided strategic advice and counsel to Fortune 100 companies on organizational design, implementation of shared services management practices, and conducted detailed studies of various service delivery processes across multiple functional areas and industries.