Join CDO's from all across Europe!
Virtually unheard of 3-4 years ago, CDOs are now appearing in lots of organisations. Their roles often involve:
Taken together, you can see the structure of the CDO role is likely to be a shared service, supporting many stakeholders across a range of departments and/or business divisions. The best CDOs will be those who can guide data strategy by drawing on solid business knowledge, “good enough” technical skills, and most importantly, collaborative, consensus-building and facilitator skills.
The new CDO Event brings together leaders from across the public, large enterprises & mid-market sectors. The CDO event will provide you with a strategic and practical toolkit to help drive transformation including:
Data is a valuable asset that must be managed as it moves through an organisation, problems can have a significant impact on a company’s bottom line. Bad data can result in redundant work and missed opportunities. What’s worse is that most companies are not even aware that they have a data quality problem.
This session will cover different approaches to detecting, reporting, and studying data quality problems and how one size certainly doesn’t fit all.
This session shows how to position and integrate Data amongst the numerous Corporate Strategies that make up the vison of an organisation. Anwar moves onto giving insight into how Data can be tangibly valued from a top line Revenue and bottom line Profitability perspective. This session proposes a framework which embeds data into the heart of an organisation’s roles, processes and technology. Be prepared to monetise your data and fully engaging it into your strategy, automation, AI/ML initiatives, innovation and IoT ready.
I thought the quality and mix of contributions and the engagement from the audience was excellent.
It felt more like an interactive team exercise in some respects, than a sit back and listen conference, and for me was more enjoyable and genuinely helpful for that. Similar folks, passionate about their brands and their work, but with different best practice to share – very collaborative, which I personally like.
So all good and thanks for the chance to take part. It’s always a drain on time, which none of us have, but it was worth it.
I just wanted to say congratulations on a great event and thank you all for your help, especially Ceri and Sarah who have spent time in advance and at the event with me to help me get the most out of the days here.I have really enjoyed the event, and made some good new contacts as well as insights into common challenges we are all facing in the CIO community. It’s been run superbly so thank you, and I look forward to the future events.- John Nother - Group CIO, Card Factory
A very informative and insightful day. Would highly recommend this event to any progressive procurement professional/organisation- David Golding - Head of Procurement, JLL
The CIO Event is a truly global event with international perspectives on current IT trends. These include the usual Social, Mobile, Cloud, Security, 'Internet of Things', Big Data/Analytics, Etc. It's somewhat unique in its format in that it provides keynotes, one-to-one meetings, workshops and open areas for discussions. Its strength also lies in the networking of its attendees both at the events and between times through social media environments such as LinkedIn.- Mal Postings - Global CTO - Quintiles
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