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Chief Data & Analytics Officer Sydney

Main Conference 19 - 20 October, 2020
Focus Day 21 October, 2020
Dockside Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney

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Conference Day 1
May 19th 2020
08:20

Register; grab coffee and a breakfast bite. Mix, mingle and say hello to peers old and new.

Register; grab coffee and a breakfast bite. Mix, mingle and say hello to peers old and new.

May 19 | 08:20 - 08:45

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08:45

Welcome from Corinium and Chairperson

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Annie South

Director, Data Management Centre of Excellence, RMIT University

Welcome from Corinium and Chairperson

May 19 | 08:45 - 08:50

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Annie South

RMIT University

08:50

CDAO Sydney 2020 Opening Address

Speaking:

Elizabeth Kelly

Deputy Secretary, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

CDAO Sydney 2020 Opening Address

May 19 | 08:50 - 09:00

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Speaking:

Elizabeth Kelly

Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

09:00

2020 Headliner: Improving and Enhancing Analytics to Deliver the Exceptional

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2020 Headliner: Improving and Enhancing Analytics to Deliver the Exceptional

May 19 | 09:00 - 09:25

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09:25

Thought Leader Presentation

Thought Leader Presentation

May 19 | 09:25 - 09:50

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09:50

International Keynote: Leveraging Data, Analytics and Science to Create True Business Impact across the Value Chain of the Business

Speaking:

Ravi Vijayaraghavan

Ravi Vijayaraghavan

Vice President and Head - Analytics & Decision Sciences, Flipkart.com

International Keynote: Leveraging Data, Analytics and Science to Create True Business Impact across the Value Chain of the Business

May 19 | 09:50 - 10:15

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Speaking:

Ravi Vijayaraghavan

Ravi Vijayaraghavan

Flipkart.com

10:15

Thought Leader Presentation

Hosted by KPMG

Thought Leader Presentation

May 19 | 10:15 - 10:40

Hosted by KPMG

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10:40

Get Refreshed! Mingle

Get Refreshed! Mingle

May 19 | 10:40 - 11:10

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11:10

Leaders Panel: Accelerating Innovation in the Data/API Economy

This session asks what progress can be made in light of this current climate, with emerging strategies and methods for innovation.

  • Driving progress against the backdrop of increasing regulation and mistrust.
  • Assessing which emerging technologies will have the greatest impact on data and analytics.
  • How to establish the intrinsic value of the organisation’s information assets?
  • Driving transformation through people, technology and innovation.

Speaking:

Brian Ferris

Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Loyalty New Zealand

Angela Coble

Angela Coble

Director, Business Technology, Johnson & Johnson

Terri Sutherland

Head of Insights, NAB

Leaders Panel: Accelerating Innovation in the Data/API Economy

May 19 | 11:10 - 11:45

This session asks what progress can be made in light of this current climate, with emerging strategies and methods for innovation.

  • Driving progress against the backdrop of increasing regulation and mistrust.
  • Assessing which emerging technologies will have the greatest impact on data and analytics.
  • How to establish the intrinsic value of the organisation’s information assets?
  • Driving transformation through people, technology and innovation.
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Speaking:

Brian Ferris

Loyalty New Zealand

Terri Sutherland

NAB

Angela Coble

Angela Coble

Johnson & Johnson

11:45

Keynote Presentation: Defrosting the AI Winter with Quantum Computing

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Professor Lloyd C.L. Hollenberg

Thomas Baker Chair, Deputy Director, Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, University of Melbourne

Keynote Presentation: Defrosting the AI Winter with Quantum Computing

May 19 | 11:45 - 12:10

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Professor Lloyd C.L. Hollenberg

University of Melbourne

12:10

Keynote Presentation: The Next-generation Data Products - How to Build and Scale

To succeed in today’s hyper-competitive marketplace, a data-driven enterprise needs data products that are essential and integral to its business. However, enterprises face many challenges and bottlenecks as they work to build scalable data products, especially for complex business use-cases. To overcome those challenges, industry leaders are learning how to combine scalable analytics engines, data science platforms, and the right mix of people and processes. In this session, we will present industry examples, reference data product framework and the best practices to march toward success.

Speaking:

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Rameez MeeraSahib

Global CTO and Head of Big Data Analytics & AI Solutions, Micro Focus

Keynote Presentation: The Next-generation Data Products - How to Build and Scale

May 19 | 12:10 - 12:35

To succeed in today’s hyper-competitive marketplace, a data-driven enterprise needs data products that are essential and integral to its business. However, enterprises face many challenges and bottlenecks as they work to build scalable data products, especially for complex business use-cases. To overcome those challenges, industry leaders are learning how to combine scalable analytics engines, data science platforms, and the right mix of people and processes. In this session, we will present industry examples, reference data product framework and the best practices to march toward success.

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Rameez MeeraSahib

Micro Focus

12:35

Mix and mingle over lunch.

Mix and mingle over lunch.

May 19 | 12:35 - 13:45

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Track A - Data Management

1:45

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

Session hosted by Snowflake

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

May 19 | 13:45 - 14:20

Session hosted by Snowflake

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Track B - Data Driven to Data Informed

1:45

Presentation: IoT and AI Applications – Lessons from the Telco Sector

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Presentation: IoT and AI Applications – Lessons from the Telco Sector

May 19 | 13:45 - 14:20

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Track C - Smarter! Today and Tomorrow

1:45

Discussion Group: Where is the Cognitive World Heading?

  • What are companies hoping to achieve with cognitive technologies?
  • What are the challenges in integrating your AI tools and algorithms?
  • How can you build a culture and hire the right team that supports AI and manages skeptics? What does the right team look like?
  • How are you building AI capabilities for the future to have a much bigger impact on customer experience? What initiatives have you set in place?

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Discussion Group: Where is the Cognitive World Heading?

May 19 | 13:45 - 14:20

  • What are companies hoping to achieve with cognitive technologies?
  • What are the challenges in integrating your AI tools and algorithms?
  • How can you build a culture and hire the right team that supports AI and manages skeptics? What does the right team look like?
  • How are you building AI capabilities for the future to have a much bigger impact on customer experience? What initiatives have you set in place?
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Track A - Data Management

2:20

Panel Discussion: How to Protect Data- Privacy, Integrity & Usage

Speaking:

Michele Bahari

Michele Bahari

Privacy & Data Protection Specialist, nbn™ Australia

Simon Rumble

Data & Analytics Specialist,

Panel Discussion: How to Protect Data- Privacy, Integrity & Usage

May 19 | 14:20 - 14:55

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Speaking:

Michele Bahari

Michele Bahari

nbn™ Australia

Simon Rumble

Track B - Data Driven to Data Informed

2:20

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

Session hosted by Servian

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

May 19 | 14:20 - 14:55

Session hosted by Servian

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Track C - Smarter! Today and Tomorrow

2:20

Discussion Group: Delivering More Impactful Results

  • Merging the right context and business knowledge to deliver business impact.
  • Gaining stakeholder engagement with storytelling skills and domain knowledge.

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Discussion Group: Delivering More Impactful Results

May 19 | 14:20 - 14:55

  • Merging the right context and business knowledge to deliver business impact.
  • Gaining stakeholder engagement with storytelling skills and domain knowledge.
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Track A - Data Management

2:55

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

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Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

May 19 | 14:55 - 15:30

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Track B - Data Driven to Data Informed

2:55

Presentation: Awakening Data Investment and Opportunity

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David Miller

David Miller, Director, Data & Business Insights, Seven West Media

Presentation: Awakening Data Investment and Opportunity

May 19 | 14:55 - 15:30

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David Miller

Seven West Media

Track C - Smarter! Today and Tomorrow

2:55

Presentation: Hiring the Chief Data Officer of 2030

By 2030, it is predicted that AI will be used by 70% of businesses and the number of consumer privacy and data protection laws will have increased. This means that we need to start building capabilities for the future Chief Data Officers - today. In this presentation Poplin Data CTO Mike Robins will discuss the technical and strategic skills needed for CDOs of 2030, and will showcase a demo of what the future of data could look like for digital first businesses.

Speaking:

Mike Robins

Co-Founder/ Chief Technology Officer, Poplin Data

Presentation: Hiring the Chief Data Officer of 2030

May 19 | 14:55 - 15:30

By 2030, it is predicted that AI will be used by 70% of businesses and the number of consumer privacy and data protection laws will have increased. This means that we need to start building capabilities for the future Chief Data Officers - today. In this presentation Poplin Data CTO Mike Robins will discuss the technical and strategic skills needed for CDOs of 2030, and will showcase a demo of what the future of data could look like for digital first businesses.

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Mike Robins

Poplin Data

3:30

Get Refreshed! Mingle

Get Refreshed! Mingle

May 19 | 15:30 - 16:00

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4:00

Driving Transformation and Enabling Data for Positive Impact at Rugby Australia. Try!

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Driving Transformation and Enabling Data for Positive Impact at Rugby Australia. Try!

May 19 | 16:00 - 16:25

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4:25

Avenues to Execution – Bringing Data Analytics to Life across the Business

  • From selling the strategy to embedding analytics change into the business.
  • Upskilling data literacy and encouraging data curiosity across the business to better democratise data.
  • Building connections and relationships within your organisation to boost innovation, drive agility and deliver value to customers.

Speaking:

Avenues to Execution – Bringing Data Analytics to Life across the Business

May 19 | 16:25 - 16:50

  • From selling the strategy to embedding analytics change into the business.
  • Upskilling data literacy and encouraging data curiosity across the business to better democratise data.
  • Building connections and relationships within your organisation to boost innovation, drive agility and deliver value to customers.
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4:50

Keynote Presentation: Preparing for AI? Hell, We Haven't Figured Out Data Science Yet!

  • How to get value from your data science investment?

Speaking:

Brian Ferris

Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Loyalty New Zealand

Keynote Presentation: Preparing for AI? Hell, We Haven't Figured Out Data Science Yet!

May 19 | 16:50 - 17:15

  • How to get value from your data science investment?
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Speaking:

Brian Ferris

Loyalty New Zealand

5:15

Cheers with Peers at our Casino Night!

Opportunity to continue the conversations in a fun and entertaining way at our CDAO cocktail reception.

Cheers with Peers at our Casino Night!

May 19 | 17:15

Opportunity to continue the conversations in a fun and entertaining way at our CDAO cocktail reception.

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6:00

Data after Dark VIP Dinner

Invitation only hosted by KPMG

Data after Dark VIP Dinner

May 19 | 18:00

Invitation only hosted by KPMG

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Conference Day 2
May 20th 2020
08:20

Register; grab coffee and a breakfast bite. Mix, mingle and say hello to peers old and new.

Register; grab coffee and a breakfast bite. Mix, mingle and say hello to peers old and new.

May 20 | 08:20 - 08:50

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Speaking:

08:50

Welcome from Chairperson

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Annie South

Director, Data Management Centre of Excellence, RMIT University

Welcome from Chairperson

May 20 | 08:50 - 09:00

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Annie South

RMIT University

09:00

2020 Headliner: Driving the Enterprise Data Strategy

  • Identifying and mitigating data risks across the company.
  • Influencing data-driven products.
  • Overseeing data policy and governance.

2020 Headliner: Driving the Enterprise Data Strategy

May 20 | 09:00 - 09:25

  • Identifying and mitigating data risks across the company.
  • Influencing data-driven products.
  • Overseeing data policy and governance.
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09:25

Thought Leader Presentation

Hosted by Qlik

Thought Leader Presentation

May 20 | 09:25 - 09:50

Hosted by Qlik

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09:50

Keynote Perspectives Panel: Data & Analytics Field of View

In this session we will consider the view from different sized organisations, industries, looking at their journey, pain points, wins and next steps.

Speaking:

Daniel Bambagiotti

Daniel Bambagiotti

Head of Analytics & Data Science, Zip

Keynote Perspectives Panel: Data & Analytics Field of View

May 20 | 09:50 - 10:25

In this session we will consider the view from different sized organisations, industries, looking at their journey, pain points, wins and next steps.

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Speaking:

Daniel Bambagiotti

Daniel Bambagiotti

Zip

10:25

Keynote Presentation: Yes! Showcasing Optus’ CLV Journey

Speaking:

Jean-Claude El-Sabbagh

Chief Data Officer & Head of Data Centre of Excellence, Optus

Simone Roberts Foxtel

Simone Roberts

Director, Data Science & Analytics, Optus

Keynote Presentation: Yes! Showcasing Optus’ CLV Journey

May 20 | 10:25 - 10:50

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Speaking:

Simone Roberts Foxtel

Simone Roberts

Optus

Jean-Claude El-Sabbagh

Optus

10:50

Get Refreshed! Mingle

Get Refreshed! Mingle

May 20 | 10:50 - 11:20

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11:20

Keynote Presentation: Leading an Agile Data-Driven Business

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Keynote Presentation: Leading an Agile Data-Driven Business

May 20 | 11:20 - 11:45

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11:45

Thought Leader Presentation

Hosted by Databricks

Thought Leader Presentation

May 20 | 11:45 - 12:10

Hosted by Databricks

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12:10

Lightening Talks: Business Decisions Showcase

Revealed: How organisations have completed a data/analytics project that ended up providing valuable business insights - see step-by-step how they:

1.) Planned

2.) Built and

3.) Used it.

These organisations will take you through their project for 10 minutes, no waffle all substance.

Speaking:

Jane Saychenko

Jane Saychenko

Marketing Analytics Manager, Caltex Australia

Amit Dhagat

Senior Manager, Data Services, HCF

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Miguel Jesus

Chief Data Officer, NARTA

Lightening Talks: Business Decisions Showcase

May 20 | 12:10 - 12:50

Revealed: How organisations have completed a data/analytics project that ended up providing valuable business insights - see step-by-step how they:

1.) Planned

2.) Built and

3.) Used it.

These organisations will take you through their project for 10 minutes, no waffle all substance.

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Speaking:

Amit Dhagat

HCF

Jane Saychenko

Jane Saychenko

Caltex Australia

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Miguel Jesus

NARTA

12:50

Mix and mingle over lunch.

Mix and mingle over lunch.

May 20 | 12:50 - 13:55

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Speaking:

Track A - Collaboration, Teams, Talent & Diversity

1:55

Presentation: Becoming a Trusted Consultant, Translator and Educator Within Your Organisation through Data Literacy

  • Being a strategic partner for continued growth.
  • Build, inform and include-educating on core emerging technologies is essential to continue democratising the data analytics process and to build a culture of analytics understanding.
  • Learn how to structure your core analytics CoE as a core strategic group designed to implement an analytics first culture across your organisation.

Speaking:

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Kshira Saagar

Director of Data Science and Analytics, Global Fashion Group

Presentation: Becoming a Trusted Consultant, Translator and Educator Within Your Organisation through Data Literacy

May 20 | 13:55 - 14:30

  • Being a strategic partner for continued growth.
  • Build, inform and include-educating on core emerging technologies is essential to continue democratising the data analytics process and to build a culture of analytics understanding.
  • Learn how to structure your core analytics CoE as a core strategic group designed to implement an analytics first culture across your organisation.
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Speaking:

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Kshira Saagar

Global Fashion Group

Track B - Applied Insight

1:55

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

Hosted by Data Robot

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

May 20 | 13:55 - 14:30

Hosted by Data Robot

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Track C - Translating Recommendations into Business Value

1:55

Presentation: Showcasing Business Outcomes of Analytics and AI

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Presentation: Showcasing Business Outcomes of Analytics and AI

May 20 | 13:55 - 14:30

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Track A - Collaboration, Teams, Talent & Diversity

2:30

Discussion: Future-proofing your Data Science / Machine Learning & AI Teams

Speaking:

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Gino Lancaster

Director/Founder, Data Talent Australia

Discussion: Future-proofing your Data Science / Machine Learning & AI Teams

May 20 | 14:30 - 15:05

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Gino

Gino Lancaster

Data Talent Australia

Track B - Applied Insight

2:30

Presentation: Delivering for Customers with AI-Fuelled Tech

Speaking:

Sejas Patel

Sejas Patel

Senior Manager, Marketing Technology, REA Group

Presentation: Delivering for Customers with AI-Fuelled Tech

May 20 | 14:30 - 15:05

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Speaking:

Sejas Patel

Sejas Patel

REA Group

Track C - Translating Recommendations into Business Value

2:30

Interactive: KnowledgeHub Data Science 2020

Given the rapid rate of change this session brings together the data science community to discuss their pressing challenges to deep-dive into where and how there are opportunities for progress.

  • Impact - How can products and data science outputs be embedded in business processes or decisions to realise value?
  • Strategy - How to change the mind-set to engage data science along the implementation of projects to deliver value: DataOps methodology.
  • Upskill - What is data science to your organisation? Are data scientists being set up to fail…do data scientists need superpowers to do it all?
  • Storytelling - Bringing data and model output/metrics to life that various stakeholders can understand and act on.
  • Curiosity – How to keep asking 'why' and 'what if' about the real world problem you are trying to build a solution to solve.

Speaking:

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Blair Hudson

Data Science Explorer & Entrepreneur,

Felipe Flores

General Manager of Data & Digital and Group Chief Data Scientist, Liberty Financial (Australia)

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Dr Piyush Madhamshettiwar

Practice & Capability Lead - Data Science & Analytics, Department of Transport Victoria

Interactive: KnowledgeHub Data Science 2020

May 20 | 14:30 - 15:40

Given the rapid rate of change this session brings together the data science community to discuss their pressing challenges to deep-dive into where and how there are opportunities for progress.

  • Impact - How can products and data science outputs be embedded in business processes or decisions to realise value?
  • Strategy - How to change the mind-set to engage data science along the implementation of projects to deliver value: DataOps methodology.
  • Upskill - What is data science to your organisation? Are data scientists being set up to fail…do data scientists need superpowers to do it all?
  • Storytelling - Bringing data and model output/metrics to life that various stakeholders can understand and act on.
  • Curiosity – How to keep asking 'why' and 'what if' about the real world problem you are trying to build a solution to solve.
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Speaking:

Felipe Flores

Liberty Financial (Australia)

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Blair Hudson

Piyush

Dr Piyush Madhamshettiwar

Department of Transport Victoria

Track A - Collaboration, Teams, Talent & Diversity

3:05

Panel Discussion: Delivering Through Diversity

  • Overcoming the algorithmic bias - How a team diversity can actually produce more balanced results.
  • Analysing the traditional the barriers to entry – are these beginning to change? Why aren’t more diverse groups applying?
  • How to encourage more diverse talent beyond just the recruitment phase - Keeping diverse groups engaged long term.

Speaking:

Brian Ferris

Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Loyalty New Zealand

Florence La Carbona

Head of Data, MetLife Australia

Kylie Fuller

Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Telstra

Panel Discussion: Delivering Through Diversity

May 20 | 15:05 - 15:40

  • Overcoming the algorithmic bias - How a team diversity can actually produce more balanced results.
  • Analysing the traditional the barriers to entry – are these beginning to change? Why aren’t more diverse groups applying?
  • How to encourage more diverse talent beyond just the recruitment phase - Keeping diverse groups engaged long term.
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Speaking:

Brian Ferris

Loyalty New Zealand

Florence La Carbona

MetLife Australia

Kylie Fuller

Telstra

Track B - Applied Insight

3:05

Presentation Data Informed Decision Making at the ACCC

  • How the ACCC uses data and analytics in its work as Australia’s economic regulator.
  • Competition and consumer law: how is this relevant for data and analytics professionals?

Speaking:

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Imma Chippendale

General Manager Data & Analytics, Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Presentation Data Informed Decision Making at the ACCC

May 20 | 15:05 - 15:40

  • How the ACCC uses data and analytics in its work as Australia’s economic regulator.
  • Competition and consumer law: how is this relevant for data and analytics professionals?
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Speaking:

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Imma Chippendale

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC)

3:40

Get Refreshed! Mingle

Get Refreshed! Mingle

May 20 | 15:40 - 16:10

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4:10

CDAO Working Groups

During this interactive session, attendees join roundtables based on the topic they wish to explore further and discuss with their peers. Group discussion will take place for 20 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of feedback to the rest of the delegates. Don’t miss out on this final session to brainstorm with your peers and take ideas back to your workplace.

Topic 1: Cornerstone: Data Governance for Data Driven Innovation

Topic 2: People: Building a ‘Fail Fast’ Analytics Culture & Successfully Leading Change

Topic 3: Process: The First 90 Days of an Advanced Analytics Implementation

Topic 4: Technology: Successfully Deploying New Tech

CDAO Working Groups

May 20 | 16:10 - 16:45

During this interactive session, attendees join roundtables based on the topic they wish to explore further and discuss with their peers. Group discussion will take place for 20 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of feedback to the rest of the delegates. Don’t miss out on this final session to brainstorm with your peers and take ideas back to your workplace.

Topic 1: Cornerstone: Data Governance for Data Driven Innovation

Topic 2: People: Building a ‘Fail Fast’ Analytics Culture & Successfully Leading Change

Topic 3: Process: The First 90 Days of an Advanced Analytics Implementation

Topic 4: Technology: Successfully Deploying New Tech

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4:45

Close of CDAO Sydney 2020

Close of CDAO Sydney 2020

May 20 | 16:45

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Pre-conference Focus Day
May 18th 2020

Data Governance & Risk Management Focus Day

A pre-conference event dedicated to your biggest priority – establishing a robust governance framework that supports the technologies of tomorrow. Risk mitigation, regulatory compliance, privacy and ethics all need to be renewed to in line with future data management frameworks. Join us to better understand how to drive robust, responsible and reliable governance.

Data Governance & Risk Management Focus Day

May 18 |

A pre-conference event dedicated to your biggest priority – establishing a robust governance framework that supports the technologies of tomorrow. Risk mitigation, regulatory compliance, privacy and ethics all need to be renewed to in line with future data management frameworks. Join us to better understand how to drive robust, responsible and reliable governance.

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08:30

Register, grab a coffee and say hello!

Register, grab a coffee and say hello!

May 18 | 08:30 - 09:00

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09:00

Chair’s Opening Remarks

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Annie South

Director, Data Management Centre of Excellence, RMIT University

Chair’s Opening Remarks

May 18 | 09:00 - 09:10

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Annie South

RMIT University

09:10

Audience Interactive: What do you Need to Consider in your Data Risk Management?

Let’s start how we mean to go on, in discussion making valuable industry connections.

Audience Interactive: What do you Need to Consider in your Data Risk Management?

May 18 | 09:10 - 09:20

Let’s start how we mean to go on, in discussion making valuable industry connections.

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09:20

Headliner: Data Governance- The Dual Challenge of Enabling Data Driven Innovation whilst Managing Regulatory and Compliance Obligations

Session hosted by Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Headliner: Data Governance- The Dual Challenge of Enabling Data Driven Innovation whilst Managing Regulatory and Compliance Obligations

May 18 | 09:20 - 09:45

Session hosted by Commonwealth Bank of Australia

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09:45

Modernise: Data Governance, Privacy and Ethics as we Move Closer to Pervasive Advanced Analytics and AI

Looking at the considerations, models and practices that can safeguard the ethical use of data.

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Modernise: Data Governance, Privacy and Ethics as we Move Closer to Pervasive Advanced Analytics and AI

May 18 | 09:45 - 10:10

Looking at the considerations, models and practices that can safeguard the ethical use of data.

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10:10

Presentation: Feeding Data Governance as the Enabler

· Strategies to lift and drive DG programmes.

· Promoting the right data principles to the masses.

Presentation: Feeding Data Governance as the Enabler

May 18 | 10:10 - 10:35

· Strategies to lift and drive DG programmes.

· Promoting the right data principles to the masses.

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10:35

Get refreshed! Mingle

Get refreshed! Mingle

May 18 | 10:35 - 11:05

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11:05

Keynote Talk: Data Risk on the CDO Agenda

Speaking:

Kate Carruthers

Kate Carruthers

Chief Data and Insights Officer, UNSW

Keynote Talk: Data Risk on the CDO Agenda

May 18 | 11:05 - 11:30

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Kate Carruthers

Kate Carruthers

UNSW

11:30

Thought Leader Presentation

Session hosted by Erwin

Thought Leader Presentation

May 18 | 11:30 - 11:55

Session hosted by Erwin

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11:55

Data Governance Gurus Panel: Tackling Ethical and Governance Challenges in the Age of Machine Learning

  • Managing biases, ethical AI, can you really be fair in ML?
  • Assessing risks and devising a responsible AI strategy.

Speaking:

Rachel Dixon

Privacy & Data Deputy Commissioner, Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner

Jade Haar

Head of Data Ethics, NAB

Data Governance Gurus Panel: Tackling Ethical and Governance Challenges in the Age of Machine Learning

May 18 | 11:55 - 12:30

  • Managing biases, ethical AI, can you really be fair in ML?
  • Assessing risks and devising a responsible AI strategy.
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Speaking:

Jade Haar

NAB

Rachel Dixon

Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner

12:30

Mix and mingle over lunch

Mix and mingle over lunch

May 18 | 12:30 - 13:30

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1:30

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

Speaking:

Ian Oppermann

Dr Ian Oppermann

Chief Data Scientist, NSW Department of Customer Service

Presentation: Session Details to be Announced

May 18 | 13:30 - 13:55

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Speaking:

Ian Oppermann

Dr Ian Oppermann

NSW Department of Customer Service

1:55

Presentation: Getting Ready for Deep Learning- Modernising and Improving Data Quality and Data Engineering through Standardising Approaches to Metadata Management

This session will showcase the metadata repository (CIDA) project undertaken in the Cancer Institute, which created an organisation-wide approach to the management of metadata, analytics, research output management, data use and security, aimed to modernising the use of analytics and embedding modern data science tools and techniques. It will cover:

· Building secure, API-first, data engineering pipelines using modern data science tooling.

· Tracking data quality and data lineage across web assets.

· How to approach the design of modular and containerised IT stacks optimised for data science?

· Using Python and R to deliver web services and interactive analytics.

· How to address inconsistencies across data nomenclature and developing flexible taxonomies to connect disparate datasets.

· Replacing traditional ETL with a rapid-development data engineering pipelines.

· Creating a web based framework for managing research and reporting outputs.

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Presentation: Getting Ready for Deep Learning- Modernising and Improving Data Quality and Data Engineering through Standardising Approaches to Metadata Management

May 18 | 13:55 - 14:20

This session will showcase the metadata repository (CIDA) project undertaken in the Cancer Institute, which created an organisation-wide approach to the management of metadata, analytics, research output management, data use and security, aimed to modernising the use of analytics and embedding modern data science tools and techniques. It will cover:

· Building secure, API-first, data engineering pipelines using modern data science tooling.

· Tracking data quality and data lineage across web assets.

· How to approach the design of modular and containerised IT stacks optimised for data science?

· Using Python and R to deliver web services and interactive analytics.

· How to address inconsistencies across data nomenclature and developing flexible taxonomies to connect disparate datasets.

· Replacing traditional ETL with a rapid-development data engineering pipelines.

· Creating a web based framework for managing research and reporting outputs.

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2:20

Roundtable Deep Dive: Data Privacy, Protection and Principles

Delegates will choose a topic to discuss with their peers.

  • How effective can protections around data be? How legally binding are they?
  • Tackling the inherent tension between open data and privacy- What is de-identified data really? Can that even be achieved with record level data?
  • How should data ethics inform your policy?
  • Data Literacy – for who, and what does this actually look like?
  • Data Quality.
  • Legislative Environment.
  • Measuring Benefits – what are they and how do we measure them?

Roundtable Deep Dive: Data Privacy, Protection and Principles

May 18 | 14:20 - 14:55

Delegates will choose a topic to discuss with their peers.

  • How effective can protections around data be? How legally binding are they?
  • Tackling the inherent tension between open data and privacy- What is de-identified data really? Can that even be achieved with record level data?
  • How should data ethics inform your policy?
  • Data Literacy – for who, and what does this actually look like?
  • Data Quality.
  • Legislative Environment.
  • Measuring Benefits – what are they and how do we measure them?
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2:55

Conversation over Coffee, Talk with Tea

Conclusion of Focus Day

Conversation over Coffee, Talk with Tea

May 18 | 14:55

Conclusion of Focus Day

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Pre-conference Workshop
May 18th 2020
3:35

Interactive Workshop: Building an Analytics Practice from Ground Up. Analytics Myths & Best Practices

Setting up an analytics practice from nothing takes a tremendous effort and skill. Within a relatively short time your team can drive analytics transformation across various enterprise functions and deliver analytics products enabling top line growth.

In this interactive workshop, our expert leader will share their experiences and best practices and take you step by step on how to set up your analytics practice and successfully deliver on analytics projects.

Topics covered include:

  • Building an analytics function from ground zero and common challenges encountered.
  • Shifting your organisation’s maturity from BI to advanced analytics.
  • Generating the analytics demand.
  • Analytics project intake, qualification & prioritisation.
  • How to monetise your data and deliver ROI on your analytics projects.
  • Understanding who your stakeholders are and getting buy in.
  • Analytics organisation structures key functions.
  • Talent strategy - Identifying talent and growing your team, plus tips on combatting high attrition rates common in analytics.
  • How to measure analytics success: key metrics.
  • Determining & delivering analytics value & ROI.

Interactive Workshop: Building an Analytics Practice from Ground Up. Analytics Myths & Best Practices

May 18 | 15:35 - 18:35

Setting up an analytics practice from nothing takes a tremendous effort and skill. Within a relatively short time your team can drive analytics transformation across various enterprise functions and deliver analytics products enabling top line growth.

In this interactive workshop, our expert leader will share their experiences and best practices and take you step by step on how to set up your analytics practice and successfully deliver on analytics projects.

Topics covered include:

  • Building an analytics function from ground zero and common challenges encountered.
  • Shifting your organisation’s maturity from BI to advanced analytics.
  • Generating the analytics demand.
  • Analytics project intake, qualification & prioritisation.
  • How to monetise your data and deliver ROI on your analytics projects.
  • Understanding who your stakeholders are and getting buy in.
  • Analytics organisation structures key functions.
  • Talent strategy - Identifying talent and growing your team, plus tips on combatting high attrition rates common in analytics.
  • How to measure analytics success: key metrics.
  • Determining & delivering analytics value & ROI.
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