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Chief Data & Analytics Officer Sydney

Focus Day & Workshop: 18 May, 2020
Main Conference : 19-20 May, 2020
Doltone House, Darling Island Wharf, Pyrmont

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Day 1
June 5th
10:00 AM

Conference Registration, Coffee & Networking in the Exhibition Area

Conference Registration, Coffee & Networking in the Exhibition Area

June 5 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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Speaking:

11:00 AM

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Speaking:

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Christopher Dingle

Position, Company

Chair’s Opening Remarks

June 5 | 11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

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Speaking:

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Christopher Dingle

Company

11:15 AM

Keynote Presentation 1: Unlocking the true value of data and analytics

This session will address some of these challenges and provide practical steps to guide your company in its quest for valuable data and analytics:

  • What are the key challenges companies face in extracting value from data
  • Creating value through cooperation: Collaborative Data Ecosystems
  • Developing standards to leverage common practices and policies
  • Transformational change in data-driven organizations

Speaking:

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Jesus Rubio

Position, Company

Keynote Presentation 1: Unlocking the true value of data and analytics

June 5 | 11:15 AM - 11:45 AM

This session will address some of these challenges and provide practical steps to guide your company in its quest for valuable data and analytics:

  • What are the key challenges companies face in extracting value from data
  • Creating value through cooperation: Collaborative Data Ecosystems
  • Developing standards to leverage common practices and policies
  • Transformational change in data-driven organizations
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Speaking:

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Jesus Rubio

Company

11:45 AM

Keynote Presentation 2: Three must haves for every AI strategy

  • Enabling companies to progress their analytics from descriptive to predictive to improve decision making
  • Learning from both successes and failures of machine learning projects
  • Ensuring that the data, tools, and people are in place to succeed

Speaking:

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Andrew Konrad

Director, Analytics & AI, theScore, Inc.

Keynote Presentation 2: Three must haves for every AI strategy

June 5 | 11:45 AM - 12:15 PM

  • Enabling companies to progress their analytics from descriptive to predictive to improve decision making
  • Learning from both successes and failures of machine learning projects
  • Ensuring that the data, tools, and people are in place to succeed
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Speaking:

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Andrew Konrad

theScore, Inc.

12:15 PM

Keynote Presentation 3: Drivers in deploying a Data and Analytics program

  • The role of the Chief Data (and Analytics) Officer in leading change in a large organisation.
  • How can the CDAO drive engagement with the wider organisation more effectively?
  • How to drive support and innovation across the organisation?

Speaking:

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Jean-François Ruel

Position, Company

Keynote Presentation 3: Drivers in deploying a Data and Analytics program

June 5 | 12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

  • The role of the Chief Data (and Analytics) Officer in leading change in a large organisation.
  • How can the CDAO drive engagement with the wider organisation more effectively?
  • How to drive support and innovation across the organisation?
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Speaking:

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Jean-François Ruel

Company

12:45 PM

Panel Discussion 1: Fostering a data-driven culture that enables better-informed and more profitable business decisions

  • How to convey the benefits of adopting an analytically-driven approach to business throughout your organization in a practical and tangible way
  • The benefits of building a dedicated, centralized data and analytics team that is able to drive change and lead by example
  • The importance of ensuring that the right questions are being asked of data and that critical thinking is being deployed
  • How better-informed decisions rely on data points to provide bread and depth

Speaking:

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Christopher Dingle

Position, Company

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Sovan Sahu

Position, Company

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Keith Roseland-Barnes

Position, Company

Panel Discussion 1: Fostering a data-driven culture that enables better-informed and more profitable business decisions

June 5 | 12:45 PM - 1:15 PM

  • How to convey the benefits of adopting an analytically-driven approach to business throughout your organization in a practical and tangible way
  • The benefits of building a dedicated, centralized data and analytics team that is able to drive change and lead by example
  • The importance of ensuring that the right questions are being asked of data and that critical thinking is being deployed
  • How better-informed decisions rely on data points to provide bread and depth
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Speaking:

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Sovan Sahu

Company

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Christopher Dingle

Company

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Keith Roseland-Barnes

Company

1:15 PM

Lunch & Networking in the Exhibition Area

Lunch & Networking in the Exhibition Area

June 5 | 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

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Speaking:

2:15 PM

Discussion Group 1A: Data dream team – Building and leading high-performing data analytics teams

  • Assessing the core skills needed in a data analytics dream team
  • Discussing the cross-over with other departments, and determining the extent to which staff can be retrained effectively
  • The importance of creative skills as well as technical skills

Speaking:

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Andrew Konrad

Director, Analytics & AI, theScore, Inc.

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Julie Anne Philip

Position, Company

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Leila Lavaee

Position, Company

Discussion Group 1A: Data dream team – Building and leading high-performing data analytics teams

June 5 | 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

  • Assessing the core skills needed in a data analytics dream team
  • Discussing the cross-over with other departments, and determining the extent to which staff can be retrained effectively
  • The importance of creative skills as well as technical skills
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Speaking:

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Leila Lavaee

Company

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Andrew Konrad

theScore, Inc.

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Julie Anne Philip

Company

2:15 PM

Discussion Group 1B: Information is an asset – strategies for monetizing, measuring and managing data

  • How are businesses deriving economic benefits from their information, as well as the information of others?
  • Understanding how to leverage Infonomics for the effective valuation, handling, and deployment of information assets
  • Understanding the importance that clear demonstration of data monetization presents to the role of the CDAO
  • The importance of owning and controlling your data the and implications of third-party partnerships

Speaking:

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Andrew Buffone

Position, Company

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Dave Anderson

Position, Company

Discussion Group 1B: Information is an asset – strategies for monetizing, measuring and managing data

June 5 | 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

  • How are businesses deriving economic benefits from their information, as well as the information of others?
  • Understanding how to leverage Infonomics for the effective valuation, handling, and deployment of information assets
  • Understanding the importance that clear demonstration of data monetization presents to the role of the CDAO
  • The importance of owning and controlling your data the and implications of third-party partnerships
Register

Speaking:

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Andrew Buffone

Company

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Dave Anderson

Company

2:15 PM

Discussion Group 1C: The rise of self-service BI and what this means for your business

  • Analysing the major forces behind the growth of self-service BI
    – Empowering bottom-line employees
    – Improved BI tools
    – Paradigm shift in corporate culture from reactive to proactive
  • Opportunities for your business
  • Ensuring adequate training
  • Addressing and overcoming privacy and security risks
  • Overcoming investment hurdles

Speaking:

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Kristian Gravelle

Position, Company

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Kevin Trinh

Position, Company

Discussion Group 1C: The rise of self-service BI and what this means for your business

June 5 | 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM

  • Analysing the major forces behind the growth of self-service BI
    – Empowering bottom-line employees
    – Improved BI tools
    – Paradigm shift in corporate culture from reactive to proactive
  • Opportunities for your business
  • Ensuring adequate training
  • Addressing and overcoming privacy and security risks
  • Overcoming investment hurdles
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Speaking:

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Kristian Gravelle

Company

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Kevin Trinh

Company

3:00 PM

Discussion Group 2A: Change management

  • How change management is becoming increasingly data-driven
  • What data should your company currently be collecting?
  • How should you be investing in your analytics capacity?
  • Which digital engagement tools are likely to be the most productive?
  • Can social media be applied effectively to gauge stakeholder sentiment?
  • Selecting people for the right change roles – can data help?

Speaking:

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Rishie Singh

Position, Company

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Viola Dessanti

VP Measurement Analytics and Evaluation, UJA Federation Greater Toronto

Discussion Group 2A: Change management

June 5 | 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM

  • How change management is becoming increasingly data-driven
  • What data should your company currently be collecting?
  • How should you be investing in your analytics capacity?
  • Which digital engagement tools are likely to be the most productive?
  • Can social media be applied effectively to gauge stakeholder sentiment?
  • Selecting people for the right change roles – can data help?
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Speaking:

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Viola Dessanti

UJA Federation Greater Toronto

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Rishie Singh

Company

3:00 PM

Discussion Group 2B: The role of data ethics in the digital age

  • New classes of risk emerging in the digital age and resulting effects on trust, including:
    – unethical or illegal uses of insights
    – biased uses of data
    – data being used without consent
  • Mitigating the risk of poor internal data practices
  • Guidelines for the development of the development of robust ethical controls throughout the data supply chains

Speaking:

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Imad Jawadi

Position, Company

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Carole Piovesan

Position, Company

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Jeff Harrison

Position, Company

Discussion Group 2B: The role of data ethics in the digital age

June 5 | 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM

  • New classes of risk emerging in the digital age and resulting effects on trust, including:
    – unethical or illegal uses of insights
    – biased uses of data
    – data being used without consent
  • Mitigating the risk of poor internal data practices
  • Guidelines for the development of the development of robust ethical controls throughout the data supply chains
Register

Speaking:

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Imad Jawadi

Company

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Carole Piovesan

Company

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Jeff Harrison

Company

3:00 PM

Discussion Group 2C: AI and Machine Learning best practices

  • Mapping out clear technology implementation guidelines and organizational strategies
  • Identifying the main analytics challenges associated with implementing machine learning and AI
  • Understanding the importance of open source models and automated intelligence
  • Defining best practices for the implementation of machine learning and AI within your company

Speaking:

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Leila Lavaee

Position, Company

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Loretta Di Caro

Senior Director, Performance Management & Capacity Planning , RBC

Discussion Group 2C: AI and Machine Learning best practices

June 5 | 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM

  • Mapping out clear technology implementation guidelines and organizational strategies
  • Identifying the main analytics challenges associated with implementing machine learning and AI
  • Understanding the importance of open source models and automated intelligence
  • Defining best practices for the implementation of machine learning and AI within your company
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Speaking:

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Leila Lavaee

Company

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Loretta Di Caro

RBC

3:45 PM

Afternoon Tea & Networking in the Exhibition Area

Afternoon Tea & Networking in the Exhibition Area

June 5 | 3:45 PM - 4:15 PM

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Speaking:

4:15 PM

Keynote Presentation 4: Big Data & Analytics: The New Challenges for Ethics

Ethics are moral principles that govern a person’s behavior or the conducting of an activity. There principles need to be translated into laws and rules for the new Digital World, hopefully, resulting in the ethical handling of data and ethical analysis of it. There is an urge to build Ethics around data, algorithms and practitioners to make sure we, as part of Humanity, evolve in the most convenient direction.

Speaking:

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Pablo Vidales

Head of Digital Banking Analytics, Scotiabank

Keynote Presentation 4: Big Data & Analytics: The New Challenges for Ethics

June 5 | 4:15 PM - 4:45 PM

Ethics are moral principles that govern a person’s behavior or the conducting of an activity. There principles need to be translated into laws and rules for the new Digital World, hopefully, resulting in the ethical handling of data and ethical analysis of it. There is an urge to build Ethics around data, algorithms and practitioners to make sure we, as part of Humanity, evolve in the most convenient direction.

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Speaking:

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Pablo Vidales

Scotiabank

4:45 PM

Keynote Presentation 5: From “0” to Data Governance in 1 year

  • Learn about how an organization’s ambition of being data drivenhas tackled the nebulous world of Data Governance
  • See what approach was taken to create the value proposition for Data Governance
  • Understand how all parts of the organization bought into Data Governance
  • Determine what value has been created by the Data Governance process
  • Examin how new and on-goin business processes fit into Data Governance

Speaking:

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Kristian Gravelle

Position, Company

Keynote Presentation 5: From “0” to Data Governance in 1 year

June 5 | 4:45 PM - 5:15 PM

  • Learn about how an organization’s ambition of being data drivenhas tackled the nebulous world of Data Governance
  • See what approach was taken to create the value proposition for Data Governance
  • Understand how all parts of the organization bought into Data Governance
  • Determine what value has been created by the Data Governance process
  • Examin how new and on-goin business processes fit into Data Governance
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Speaking:

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Kristian Gravelle

Company

5:15 PM

Panel Discussion 2: Advanced analytics for increased customer retention

  • How advanced business analytics attract new customers and retain existing ones
  • Linking business processes to customer satisfaction
  • Keeping up with your connected customer
  • Can advanced analytics be used to combat customer churn effectively?

Speaking:

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Christopher Dingle

Position, Company

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Sean O’Brien

Position, Company

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Alex Arjomand

Position, Company

Panel Discussion 2: Advanced analytics for increased customer retention

June 5 | 5:15 PM - 5:45 PM

  • How advanced business analytics attract new customers and retain existing ones
  • Linking business processes to customer satisfaction
  • Keeping up with your connected customer
  • Can advanced analytics be used to combat customer churn effectively?
Register

Speaking:

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Sean O’Brien

Company

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Alex Arjomand

Company

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Christopher Dingle

Company

5:45 PM

Chair’s Closing Remarks

Speaking:

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Christopher Dingle

Position, Company

Chair’s Closing Remarks

June 5 | 5:45 PM - 6:00 PM

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Speaking:

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Christopher Dingle

Company

6:00 PM

Drinks Reception & Networking in the Exhibition Area

Drinks Reception & Networking in the Exhibition Area

June 5 | 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM

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Speaking:

6:45 PM

Dinner Masterclass Registration

Dinner Masterclass Registration

June 5 | 6:45 PM - 7:00 PM

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Speaking:

7:00 PM

Masterclass: Building high-performance analytics teams

  • Where should analytics sit within a business – discussing organizational models
  • Examining which company dynamics impact the way in which you structure your team and why they matter?
  • Defining the operating model – organizing highly productive teams that deliver services efficiently
  • The importance of establishing a vision and strategy for your analytics organization
  • Discussing the challenges around business integration, how do you embed analytics within your organization so that it becomes embedded within your business processes
  • Creating cross-functional, cross-departmental teams for success
  • Earning a ‘seat at the table’ with your business partners
  • The importance of effective communications – measuring, tracking and communicating success
  • Ways to improve team engagement leading to better results

Speaking:

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David Keirstead

Position, Company

Masterclass: Building high-performance analytics teams

June 5 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

  • Where should analytics sit within a business – discussing organizational models
  • Examining which company dynamics impact the way in which you structure your team and why they matter?
  • Defining the operating model – organizing highly productive teams that deliver services efficiently
  • The importance of establishing a vision and strategy for your analytics organization
  • Discussing the challenges around business integration, how do you embed analytics within your organization so that it becomes embedded within your business processes
  • Creating cross-functional, cross-departmental teams for success
  • Earning a ‘seat at the table’ with your business partners
  • The importance of effective communications – measuring, tracking and communicating success
  • Ways to improve team engagement leading to better results
Register

Speaking:

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David Keirstead

Company

Day 2
June 6th
8:30 AM

Registration, Coffee & Networking in the Exhibition Area

Registration, Coffee & Networking in the Exhibition Area

June 6 | 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM

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