Watch the highlights from the reveal of the 2021 DataIQ 100, the first and only fully-curated power list of the most influential data and analytics practitioners. Since 2014, DataIQ has been tracking the rise of chief data officers, chief analytics officers, data scientists, data governance experts and the leaders of key vendors and service providers.
Aimed at people earlier in their careers, this event focusses on developing your career in data to support young talent. It brings together industry speakers at different stages of their career to discuss their journeys, choices and aspirations.
In an exceptional year for everyone, the standard of entries for our 2020 awards also proved to be exceptional. Relive the excitement of our fast-paced ceremony as we showcase our 2020 awards event which was delivered virtually on 30th September 2020.
New data technologies offer powerful and transformative platforms on which to build effective processes. Many new channels demand the adoption of new data tech, which then has to be integrated with the existing tech stack. And organisations have a legacy IT estate which may contain mission-critical data.
Being a data-driven organisation is increasingly the vision for businesses looking to leverage the power of data and analytics, as well as to maintain their market share in the face of disruption. So how do you define the roadmap that leads towards this new data-led operation? What do quick wins look like to sustain investment? This discussion will explore what it takes to become genuinely data-driven.
To create a true data asset requires two things - for data to be part of the corporate strategy and for the data strategy to be aligned with corporate goals. Both of these require top-level support and careful nurturing to build and sustain asset value and value delivery.
Any organisation that relies on the use of personal information not only has to consider compliance with regulations and its ethical stance, it should also have a view on doing the right thing with data. As the present health crisis has demonstrated, innovative applications for data to support social goals can emerge rapidly. This discussion will consider what doing the right thing with data can mean in practice.
Data ethics is a development that builds on the heavy-lifting done around GDPR and compliance. Creating customer trust in data usage requires transparency, commitment and alignment with the brand promise. In this discussion you will explore how data ethics can become a core part of the organisational culture.
Building a genuine data asset should be central to the corporate strategy, with the right senior executive support, infrastructure and human resources. In this discussion, the opportunities and challenges around developing a true data asset will be explored while looking at strategies on driving new data-driven services and processes.
As companies increasingly recognise the value of data and analytics, a shortage of talent is becoming a major constraint on recruiting the necessary expertise. This webinar brings together a panel of industry experts to discuss their thoughts on tackling this skills challenge.