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May 14, 2020

DAMA DAY May 2020 event
May 14, 2020
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
American International Group
175 Water Street 18th floor
New York, NY 10038
"Realigning your data skills to fit 2020 challenges"

$199.00 Member Ticket
$99.00 Earlybird rate before April 17

$249.00 Non-Member Ticket
$149.00 Earlybird rate before April 17

"Realigning your data skills to fit 2020 challenges"

 

As data professionals we constantly see new approaches, and techniques that define, structure and access data. Then new tools come along to facilitate these ideas. As an example, we have centralized data governance tools like Collibra, Informatica and Erwin that provide a centralized data governance organizations. They then provide tasks to support functions such as data quality, reference data management, stewardship, and data catalogs. We then find specialty products like Alation that take a bottom up approach that define business terms and provide relationships, as well as build and maintain Data Catalogs. We sometimes have an overlap in products and can require more than one tool to do our jobs.

We as data professionals are forced to learn new approaches some are centralized and then some are decentralized. Join us at DAMA Day 2020 and learn about these new concepts, techniques and approaches as well as the best way to embrace them and be productive when using them.

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John Ladley

 

Be careful what you ask for……

There is good news and bad news. Good news is that is that using data more effectively is in the daily communications of most organizations. “We need to do better with our data,“ and “We need to be more data driven” are common phrases. We have many “points of light” now of data project success.  The bad news is we aren’t ready to go to the next level.  This data stuff can be hard. Leadership can’t tell you what it should look like. Alignment is poor. Data scientists are stumped as to why their data is not up to the task.  Companies get stuck in one or two attempts at data management and governance then back away.   Lastly, even if our leaders were fully data literate, data people aren’t ready.  We have our buy-in, but we are missing some skills and mindsets. John will cover these challenges and lay out some common scenarios to address what needs to be done so data leaders can prepare their own organizations.  

Speaker Bio

John Ladley is an experienced advisor and advocate for organizations looking for sustainable value from information and data.   His experience and knowledge is balanced between treating data as an essential component of modern business and economies, and the practical solution of business problems.

John’s books are the authoritative sources for Data and Information Management and Data Governance. He is a recognized authority and speaker on enterprise information management; including data monetization, information and data architectures, data governance, MDM, data quality, BI and Analytics, data warehouse and knowledge management. John has extensive experience across many industries and is currently examining the role of the Chief Data Officer and assisting several organizations with data strategies and data governance.

 

Don Soulsby

Topic TBD

 

Speaker Bio TBD

 

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 Confirmed Sponsor speakers

 

Erwin: Danny Sandwell

 

The Age of Data Intelligence: An Educated Data Consumer is Your Best Customer

The data consumers in your enterprise are coming up in the world.  The intersection of three technological advances

–  1) exploding data production,

-   2) scalable big data computation,

-  3) the accessibility of advanced analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence – have established a fertile environment for data innovation and as such, we’ve seen the rise of the “citizen analyst” bringing business acumen and subject-matter expertise closer to discovering strategic and tactical data-driven insights. Add the aspiration of self-service data intelligence and you might wonder if data management professionals might end up side-lined or subjugated in the process.  

Nothing could be further from the truth.  Your skills, acumen and pedigree in keeping the data engines running and driving data value are more important than ever as the business puts bigger bets on data.  This session will outline who the data citizen analyst is, what data intelligence means and how they impact data management professionals, the roles they play and opportunity it represents.

Speaker Bio

Danny Sandwell is an IT industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience. As Director of Product Marketing for erwin, he is responsible for the development and articulation of the company’s data modeling and data intelligence capabilities and value proposition. During Danny’s 17 years with the company, he also has worked in pre-sales consulting, business development and business strategy roles – all giving him opportunities to engage with customers across various industries as they plan, develop and manage their data-driven initiatives. His goal is to help enterprises unlock the value of their data assets to produce the desired results while mitigating data-related risks.

 

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Denodo: Mitesh Shah

Innovative data management strategies & skills in a Hybrid Cloud world

The current data landscape is fragmented, not just in location but also in terms of shape and processing paradigms. Cloud has become a key component of the modern architecture design. Data lakes, IoT, NoSQL, SaaS, etc.  coexist with relational databases to fuel the needs of modern analytics, ML and AI. Exploring and understanding the data available within your organization, dealing with bureaucracy, different languages and protocols, can be complex and overwhelming.

Join this session to get an insightful understanding of 

  • How competition and the speed of change requires a new approach to data architecture – one that is real-time, agile and provides speed to value.
  • Learn how right solutions and skills can enable companies to transition and integrate data in the cloud to deliver faster time to insights.

Speaker Bio

Mitesh Shah is a Senior Cloud Product Manager at Denodo. He has broad experience around various facets of software development in a big data and cloud ecosystem. Among his peers, he is known for his ability to analyze complex issues with an analytical mindset, incubate and streamline innovative solutions, and promote a consensus-driven work environment that contributes to on-time and on-budget delivery.  Throughout his career, Mitesh has enjoyed a focus on helping clients address their data driven and solution architecture needs.

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DataCamp: TBD

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GlobalIDs: Arka Mukherjee

 

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Impetus-  TBD

 

 

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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

American International Group
175 Water Street 18th floor
New York, NY 10038

"Realigning your data skills to fit 2020 challenges"
 

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