Can we balance data for good with data for commerce?
Data for good is a growing area of focus both within data strategies and also within personal goals across data practitioners. From doing the right thing with data to supporting social initiatives, there are many flavours of D4G, but all have in common that they are rooted in a set of values.
While an increasingly important aspect of where data is being applied, these initiatives need to be balanced with the commercial requirements of the organisation. So is there a risk of these two coming into conflict, with D4G activities being seen as a distraction or even a drain on resources? Or can D4G become part of the business model with value-generating consequences?
Data leaders with experience of embedding D4G into their organisations will meet and explore how to balance out the two sides of this data activity, this month led by Elizabeth Harris, Sainsbury’s.
- Data Strategy, Data for Good (D4G)
Who should attend?
- Senior data leaders who are embarking on a data for good project or who already have experience with embedding these projects within their own organisations
- Data practitioners who wish to understand what is meant by ‘data for good’ and how to combine these activities alongside core commercial data projects
Why should you attend?
- Learn from other practitioners and share your experiences within your peer group
- Create new contacts with other DataIQ members, extend your professional network into the wider community
- 1 hour, digital roundtable delivered via Zoom
- Closed forum, open discussion, recruiter and vendor free, Chatham House rules
- Small and focused group of senior data leaders
To register for this event, simply email Steph below and joining instructions will be sent to you directly. Please be aware there are only limited places available on a first come, first served basis.