Breaking down silos: Promoting a data-driven culture in organisations

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Thursday, March 16th, 18:00 PM GMT

IT and Data leaders in London are invited to join this roundtable dinner on ‘Breaking down silos: Promoting a data-driven culture in organisations’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. 

Breaking down silos: Promoting a data-driven culture in organisations

Data is widely regarded as a critical asset for any organisation, however, its practical application remains a challenge. Despite the growth of C-level roles responsible for digital transformation, promoting a data-focused culture through the implementation of organizational, technical, and cultural initiatives is still ongoing.

The current state of affairs persists due to disparity between all levels within large enterprises, particularly team silos, data silos, and gaps in information access or the inability to access relevant information. The ultimate objective of a data-driven approach is to bring together individuals, information, and expertise, thereby driving greater innovation in processes, products, services, and customer experience.

  • How is data-driven digital transformation defined today? What challenges are companies facing?
  • What benefits can businesses gain from data-driven insights?
  • Which steps must business leaders take to foster a data-driven culture?

Join leaders interested in fostering an enterprise-wide data-driven culture to accelerate digital transformation.

Job titles may include CIO, CTO, CDO, Heads/VPs/Directors of Digital Transformation/Innovation and Architecture, and other senior-decision makers responsible for knowledge excellence, digital transformation innovation, and search engine architecture.

6:00 PM: Arrival of guests and drink reception
6:30 PM: Welcoming and opening address by The Ortus Club
6:35 PM: Short introduction by Sinequa
6:45 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
7:15 PM: Appetizers are served
7:45 PM: Discussion ends, mains are served
8:15 PM: Desserts, coffee and tea are served, and guests are encouraged to stay and network
9:30 PM: Guests normally start to leave

Hosted by Sinequa

Event Detail

Thursday, March 16, 2023 18:00
GMT
London

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