Balancing control and accessibility for a successful data strategy
With so much focus on the digitalisation of company processes, a gap has been created between data generated through digital transformation and its quality. According to a Gartner Customer Survey, organisations estimate the average cost of that poor data quality at $12.8 million per year.
Unprecedented amounts of poor data are snowballing in digital pipelines, leaving companies with uncontrolled costs, time wasted, and additional risk exposure to being fined for non-compliance with data regulations. As a result, leaders are rethinking their data governance strategies to adapt and enable innovation.
- What challenges prevent companies from becoming data-oriented?
- How should organisations work with data?
- How can leaders effectively measure the health of their data?
Group CDO at CMA CGM
VP Global IT Data Governance & Analytics at Essilor International
Head of Operational Risk & Risk Strategy, UK Bank at HSBC
Head of Data Warehouse, BI, AI/ML Technologies at Akbank
Head of Global Finance Capabilities and Talent at GSK
Head of BI Diagnostics IT Enterprise Solutions & Services (ESS) at Roche
Managing Partner at Colliers
Senior Director at FTI Consulting
Director Customer Programs, Elsevier Professional Services Group at Elsevier
Director – Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics, EMEA at FTI Consulting
Data Science Sen. Manager, Advanced Business Analytics, BASF SE at BASF Schwarzheide GmbH
Markets Product Specialist, VP at MUFG Securities
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4:00 PM: Introduction by Ortus Club
4:05 PM: Introduction by participants
4:15 PM: Short address from Talend
4:25 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
5:25 PM: Closing Note
5:30 PM: End of Session