Turning Information into Insight -Information på agendaen!Oct.11, 2011Arild KristensenBusiness Value Analyst, North East E...
The Information Challenge  Volume of Digital Data                                                   Volume of Digital Data...
Why is Information Agenda needed?Many customers feel that their business-relevant data & information areweak and that ther...
The Information Management Challenge                 How do we access information                      in diverse data sou...
Information Agenda    A proven, industry-specific approach for aligning information with business    objectives           ...
Establish an information agenda to assess your current     situation and develop a roadmap to mature capabilities         ...
What is Information Governance?      Information governance is the formulation of policy      to optimize, secure, and lev...
Good governance requires process and accountabilityIBM Information Governance Unified Process              1) Define      ...
Maturity AssessmentThe Information Governance framework identifies 11 disciplines that areEssential to any Enterprise Data...
IBM Information Governance Council Maturity Model     Where are you / where do you need to be ?     Business Transformatio...
A software platform is required to systematically create value and lower costsover a strategic period                     ...
IBM has made $12bn investment in the underlying software platformand has the approach to bring it to life$12B USD in Acqui...
IBM investments designed to accelerate ability to turninsight into action         Solutions        Over 4,000   Dedicated ...
Arild Kristensen     Business Value Analyst       Phone: +47 90532591email: arild.kristensen@no.ibm.com                   ...
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  1. 1. Turning Information into Insight -Information på agendaen!Oct.11, 2011Arild KristensenBusiness Value Analyst, North East EuropeArild.kristensen@no.ibm.com +47 90532591 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. The Information Challenge Volume of Digital Data Volume of Digital Data An oil field can generate one terabyte, or Every day, 15 petabytes of new information 200 DVDs’ worth, of data daily. An oil and are generated. 8x more than the information gas engineer can spend up to 60% of their in all US libraries. time mining this data. In 2011, the world’s codified information base is expected to double every 11 hours. Variety of Information 80% of new data growth is unstructured content. Mainly generated by email + an increasing Velocity of Decision Making amount of documents, images, video and audio. 70% of executives believe that poor decision 38% of email archiving decisions receive input making has had a degrading impact on their from a C-level executive. companies’ performance. 23% from a legal/compliance professional. Only 9% of CFOs believe they excel at interpreting data for senior management. © 2011 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. Why is Information Agenda needed?Many customers feel that their business-relevant data & information areweak and that there is a need to act 52% of users 59% of managers 42% of managers don’t have miss use wrong confidence information information in the information they should have used at least once a week they are using for business decisions “…We need a better way to incorporate information into our business processes…” “…Information about our clients and products is fragmented and inconsistent across dozens of applications…” “…Information is growing like crazy, we need to get control of it…” 1AIIM 2008 Survey 2Accenture 2007 Managers Survey © 2011 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. The Information Management Challenge How do we access information in diverse data sources? Many user roles and demands How can everyone use and trust the same view of data across my organisation? Multiple Tools and Processes How do we scale to support mission critical deployments? Many applications, platforms How do we deploy today and respond to changing requirements? Information silos, multiple sources The Goal: Business optimization with a single view of information, consistent quality of data, trusted source 4 © 2011 IBM Corporation4
  5. 5. Information Agenda A proven, industry-specific approach for aligning information with business objectives A Document that articulates the Strategic direction for growing and advancing the businesses objectives by leveraging the power of information and analytics The Policies and Controls that A Plan that defines and positions ensure that information is information intensive projects to clearly defined, leveraged, and achieve the strategy and balances applied to achieve the Strategy. short- and long-term return on investment The People, Processes, and Technology; defined by the Strategy, and implemented via the Roadmap to leverage and apply information to achieve competitive gains © 2011 IBM Corporation5
  6. 6. Establish an information agenda to assess your current situation and develop a roadmap to mature capabilities • Actionable insights & predictive analytics • Preemptive & predictive business management • Information deemed strategic asset How the business applies information to optimize outcomes • Business scenario modeling • Prescriptive business measures • Deep analytical skill sets • Information is Governed Break away Break away • Reporting is consistent & trustedBusiness Optimization • Standard data definitions and governance • BI used widely for reporting & analysis • Predictive, real Differentiating time analytics • Lack analytical skill sets • Tools not optimized for analytics • Contextual business • Minimal report standardization rules and pattern • Manual work arounds Competitive recognition • Lots of manual data manipulation • Content analytics • Information • Metrics, supports basic dashboards, and Foundational scorecards operational needs • Lots of data, little • Master data information • Managing • Heroic efforts to • Data warehouses structured, glean any useful and reporting unstructured data insiight Ad hoc • Spreadsheets and extracts Information and analytics maturity 6 How the business manages information and learns from it © 2011 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. What is Information Governance? Information governance is the formulation of policy to optimize, secure, and leverage information as an enterprise asset by aligning the objectives of multiple functions Information management is the collection and management of information from one or more sources and the distribution of that information to one or more audiences (Wikipedia) © 2011 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. Good governance requires process and accountabilityIBM Information Governance Unified Process 1) Define 2) Obtain 3) Conduct 4) Build Business Executive Maturity Roadmap Problem Sponsorship Assessment 5) Establish 6) Build 8) Create 7) Understand 9) Define Organizational Business Metadata Data Metrics Blueprint Glossary Repository 12) Govern 13) Govern 10) Govern 11) Govern 14) Govern Lifecycle of Security & Data Quality Master Data Analytics Information Privacy 15) Measure Results Optional Steps Required Steps © 2011 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. Maturity AssessmentThe Information Governance framework identifies 11 disciplines that areEssential to any Enterprise Data Governance program Outcomes, the reason we do Outcomes Governance. The expected Data Risk Management benefit to the business. Value Creation and Compliance Enablers Enablers, the organizational pre-requisites enabling Organizational Awareness successful governance. Stewardship Policy Core Disciplines Core Disciplines, the primary Information areas in which governance is Data Quality Security, Privacy Life Cycle focused Management & Compliance Management Supporting Disciplines Supporting Disciplines, techniques and technologies Data Classification & Audit & common to core diciplines. Architecture Metadata Reporting © 2011 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. IBM Information Governance Council Maturity Model Where are you / where do you need to be ? Business Transformation Five levels of maturity have been defined Eleven categories to evaluate data governance maturity were identified © 2011 IBM Corporation10
  11. 11. A software platform is required to systematically create value and lower costsover a strategic period Different Business Users Business Context Helps Optimize the Infrastructure Leverage External Existing Information Information Assets Sources © 2011 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. IBM has made $12bn investment in the underlying software platformand has the approach to bring it to life$12B USD in AcquisitionsOver 10,000 Technical Professionals 2010 Social Analytics/Consumer Insight Smart Analytics Systems Advanced Case Management Content Analytics Stream Computing Pervasive Content pureScale pureXML Deep Compression Developer Productivity Autonomic Operations 200612 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. IBM investments designed to accelerate ability to turninsight into action Solutions Over 4,000 Dedicated Consultants Software Over $12B Software Investments Systems Over $6B in Systems Level R&D Research 10 Years Research in Services; Largest Math Department in Private Industry © 2011 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. Arild Kristensen Business Value Analyst Phone: +47 90532591email: arild.kristensen@no.ibm.com © 2011 IBM Corporation

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