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The Chief Data Officer's Agenda Webinar: What Data Strategists are Talking About

If you weren’t able to attend the very recent CDO Vision 2015, or even if you were, join Industry Leader John Ladley and DATAVERSITY CEO Tony Shaw to hear them discuss highlights from the event. What are current Data Strategists presenting and what are people asking about? What’s the most common low hanging fruit being addressed and what are the long term strategies being implemented? And hear John and Tony summarize some of the current featured presentations happening at CDO Vision:

Corporate Data Strategy Recent Evolution and New Challenges presented by Kenneth Viciana, Vice President of Enterprise Data Strategy, Equifax

Coaching the Data Science Team: Running Data Projects presented by John Akred, Chief Technical Officer, Silicon Valley Data Science

Brining an Analytics Center of Excellence presented by Derek Strauss, Chief Data Officer, TD Ameritrade

Creating Data Experiences presented by Peter Olson, Director and Creative Technologist, IDEO

When Do You Need a CDO? presented by Ursula Cottone, Chief Data Officer, Keybank

The CDO / CIO Partnership presented by Jennifer Ippoliti, Chief Data Officer, Raymond James Financial Inc.

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The Chief Data Officer's Agenda Webinar: What Data Strategists are Talking About

  1. 1. #CDODataStrategy #CDODataStrategy www.cdovision.com 1 Moderator: Tony Shaw CEO, DATAVERSITY Speaker: John Ladley President IMCue Solutions
  2. 2. Agenda • Observations • State of the CDO • CDO / CIO interaction • Evolution • Operationalize • Enterprise-ify • Conclusions • Q & A Session
  3. 3. Observations
  4. 4. State of the CDO as a Leader • Some churn • Not many CIO reporting • Given visibility but not taken seriously • A lot of work
  5. 5. CDO / CIO interaction •Some rivalry •Some cooperation •Source of much debate
  6. 6. Evolution • Shifting responsibilities • Questioning the need or role • Still in regulated and content rich organizations
  7. 7. Operationalize • Making data governance operational • Sustaining stewardship • On going training • Novel motivation programs • Novel roll out strategies
  8. 8. Enterprise-ify • Various strategies to get enterprise thinking started • Help Appdev • Coordinate with CIO and planning processes • Formal organization change management • Executive visibility or cross functional authority • Role in strategic planning
  9. 9. Conclusions • Still a wide range of job descriptions • Still some dissent on the need • Organizations, having a CDO for a few years, are seeing results • Data people need to become business people
  10. 10. Q & A Session

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  • NickJacques

    Aug. 16, 2016

If you weren’t able to attend the very recent CDO Vision 2015, or even if you were, join Industry Leader John Ladley and DATAVERSITY CEO Tony Shaw to hear them discuss highlights from the event. What are current Data Strategists presenting and what are people asking about? What’s the most common low hanging fruit being addressed and what are the long term strategies being implemented? And hear John and Tony summarize some of the current featured presentations happening at CDO Vision: Corporate Data Strategy Recent Evolution and New Challenges presented by Kenneth Viciana, Vice President of Enterprise Data Strategy, Equifax Coaching the Data Science Team: Running Data Projects presented by John Akred, Chief Technical Officer, Silicon Valley Data Science Brining an Analytics Center of Excellence presented by Derek Strauss, Chief Data Officer, TD Ameritrade Creating Data Experiences presented by Peter Olson, Director and Creative Technologist, IDEO When Do You Need a CDO? presented by Ursula Cottone, Chief Data Officer, Keybank The CDO / CIO Partnership presented by Jennifer Ippoliti, Chief Data Officer, Raymond James Financial Inc.

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