Chief Data and Analytics Officer Sydney is the most comprehensive event for data development and innovation in Australia. Data and most importantly the insights derived from that data, have gained a prime spot on the agenda of C-suite executives across the globe. At the Sydney event next March we will examine the top challenges of the ‘data driven c-suite’ in delivering an intelligent enterprise.
Leveraging Corinium’s globally acclaimed conference format our 2017 Chief Data and Analytics Officer Sydney event will offer ample opportunity to network and create innovative strategies to your everyday challenges. New to the 2017 agenda we will also be hosting a ‘Data Driven C-Suite’ roundtable luncheon on 7 March, bringing together Australia’s leading executives tasked with driving the data agenda in their enterprise.
CDAO Sydney 2017 themes include:
- THE DATA DRIVEN C-SUITE – The Role. Evaluating data analytics investment, prominence and acceptance in the boardroom.
- DATA OBLIGATION: MANAGED AND GOVERNED – The Framework. Data governance, quality, privacy and ethics. Supporting data driven decision making across the enterprise with robust and evolved data strategies that support the current and future needs of the enterprise.
- DATA INSIGHT AND INTELLIGENCE – The Science. Adopting and evaluating data driven approaches and tools to support the move from data insight to execution. Practical experiences on the future of analytics: open source and advanced, predictive and experimental analytics.
- CULTURE and LEADERSHIP – The Human Element. Defining, fostering and embedding a culture of data analytics and insight based decision making. Democratising analytics to foster insight and co-operation throughout the organisation.
- THE INTELLIGENT ENTERPRISE – The Defining Factor. Driving innovation, agility and business value. Monetising data to deliver strategic worth to the business.
Why invest your time?
Tailored to Your Role and Business Driven
This is not ‘just another data analytics event’ – it focuses on both the technical and strategic elements of leading data analytics projects in your organisation. This means we bring you different, new, and tailored insights, rather than merely repeating buzzwords. Our tracked discussion groups allow you to tailor the agenda to suit your needs and benefit from the conversational nature of break-outs.
New to the 2017 agenda we will also be hosting a ‘Data Driven C-Suite’ roundtable luncheon on 7 March, bringing together Australia’s leading executives tasked with driving the data agenda in their enterprise. Leveraging Corinium’s globally acclaimed conference format our 2017 Chief Data and Analytics Officer Sydney event will offer ample opportunity to network and create innovative strategies to your everyday challenges.
Deep Dive Topics
Four dedicated pre-event, expert-led masterclasses provide excellent opportunity to further expand knowledge. Topics include: Effective Frameworks for Data Governance and Quality; Driving a Data Driven Problem Solving Culture; Evolving your Analytical Systems to find Actionable Business Insights and Reveal Key Customer Understanding; Roadmap: Getting started with Advanced Analytics and Machine Learning.
CDAO Melbourne 2016 highlights
CDAO Melbourne gathered the region’s leading data and analytics executives to share their insights on developing the infrastructure, ecosystem, buy-in, culture and strategies to turn data into a strategic asset.
2016 was a fantastic event with engaging presentations, topical discussion, in-depth masterclasses and the Data Governance+ Focus Day plus invaluable networking opportunities. The main two-day conference featured exceptional presentations from leading local and international data and analytics leaders including:
- Jeanne Holm, Deputy Chief Information Officer, City of Los Angeles, USA
- Dr Ian Opperman, CEO & Chief Data Scientist at NSW Data Analytics Centre
- Darren Abbruzzese GM Technology Data, ANZ
- Bernard Wilson, General Manager, Customer Data Analytics & Commercialisation, Woolworths Food Group.
Take a look at the 2016 attendee list...