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19th - 20th June 2018 | London, UK

Agenda Day 1

9:00 am - 9:10 am Chairperson’s Opening Remarks and Welcome

Tim Carmichael - Director and Chief Data Officer, Ensifera

Tim Carmichael

Director and Chief Data Officer

9:10 am - 9:45 am Aligning Corporate Culture with Data Strategy: Organisational Shift and Creating a Data-Drive Culture

Tony Gosling - Chief Data Officer, Pell Frischmann
  • Driving organisational behavioural change and convincing leadership that a data centric strategy is a necessity
  • Ensuring leadership teams have a clear, standard and transparent structure with a role that is clearly defined and aligned to the business objectives
  • The importance of executive leadership in establishing and empowering the CDO with sole, centralised ownership of data
  • Allowing the CDO to operate across every business  to gain deeper insight into data and ensure it can be used to create a data-drive culture

Tony Gosling

Chief Data Officer
Pell Frischmann

9:45 am - 10:20 am Talent Management: Attracting, Recruiting, Developing and Retaining a World Class Data Team

Lorraine Waters - Chief Data Officer – Financial Crime Risk, , HSBC
  • Highlighting the biggest challenges relating to attracting and retaining top talent
  • Attraction: What can the business do to ensure the culture, functions, roles and development plans are attractive to every level of data specialist?
  • Recruitment: What are the key attributes to look for when hiring new talent and what is the best process to adopt to approach and nurture
  • Development: Creating individual talent development plans that support the employees desires and align to the departmental division 
  • Retention: Analysing employee experience to determine key reasons employees leave 

Lorraine Waters

Chief Data Officer – Financial Crime Risk,

The role of Chief Data Officer is a bespoke and agile role that cannot succeed without being tailored to the individual needs of your business. It is also a role that has continued to evolve and mature, but what does the CDO of tomorrow look like compared to today’s function? This panel discussion will focus on future challenges and opportunities for data leaders:
  • What are the biggest challenges faced by CDO’s in the current climate?
  • What are the ingredients of a successful CDO and data leadership function in today’s environment?
  • Can the role of the CDO be tailored to suit the needs of individual businesses and if so how?
  • What role will technology play in supporting and driving a shift in the role?
  • What should the reporting structure look like in the future?
  • What are the expectations for the leaders of tomorrow?
  • Will the role of the CDO exist in the future?

Norman Stuertz

Divisional CDO
Credit Suisse

Peter Jackson

Chief Data Officer
Southern Water

Caroline Carruthers

Group Director of Data Management
Lowell Group

Ryan den Rooijen

Head of Data

Maciej Nawrocki

Chief Data Officer
Credit Agricole

11:20 am - 11:50 am Data Autonomy: The Key to Building your Multi-Cloud Strategy

Richard Henderson - Solution Engineer, DataStax
  • What are the key decision points for organisations exploring multi-cloud solutions?
  • Understanding how enterprises’ perception of public clouds has evolved over the past decade and why multi-cloud has been thrust to the forefront in the past year. 
  • Customer requirements for data management and how do those requirements intersect with their multi-cloud strategy?
  • Performing big data processing and analytics at scale whilst retaining control over data portability, sovereignty, and governance

Richard Henderson

Solution Engineer

11:50 am - 12:20 pm Morning Coffee & Networking

2:20 pm - 2:55 pm Data Strategy: Building a Data Foundation: Strategy, Vision, Evolution and Revolution

Dougie Anscombe-Stephen - Digital Innovation Lead, London Luton Airport
  • The first 90 days: Analysing the business, assessing existing data capabilities and identifying potential opportunities
  • Setting and leading a clear and achievable digital and data roadmap: Creating and building a BI centric environment
  • Going back to basics: Educating leadership functions, securing buy-in and funding as well as driving change
  • Establishing a long term technology strategy that supports the business objectives: Leveraging IoT, Predictive Analytics, Apps and BYOD
  • Defining clear metrics and measuring success of the strategy: Enabling the business and data strategy to evolve rapidly to transform operations, insights and experience

Dougie Anscombe-Stephen

Digital Innovation Lead
London Luton Airport

12:55 pm - 1:35 pm Driving Smarter Outcomes: Practical Applications of a Single Customer View

Neil Beynon - Senior Product Manager, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
  • Single Customer View as a service
  • Data for enhanced customer interactions
  • Keeping data fresh: Preventing data decay

Neil Beynon

Senior Product Manager
LexisNexis Risk Solutions

1:35 pm - 2:35 pm Lunch & Networking

2:35 pm - 3:10 pm End to End Data-Driven Transformation: Implementing an Organisational Wide Data Strategy

Ryan den Rooijen - Head of Data, Dyson
  • Moving towards becoming a data-driven enterprise: Ensuring the right plan, people, technology and culture is in place
  • The importance of culture and empowering employees
  • Creating an integrated, agile data foundation
  • Embarking on an insights journey and enabling your data landscape
  • Identifying and selecting technology that will provide a solid ROI and achieve overall business objectives
  • Developing KPI’s and metrics that measure performance and create additional insights into future strategy and direction

Ryan den Rooijen

Head of Data

3:10 pm - 3:40 pm Technology and Product Demonstration

This is your opportunity to meet with the vendors in our exhibition hall to learn more about the technology and services that are designed to support your data strategy.
These tech demos will last approximately 10 minutes rotating on four cycles. This will create an opportunity for you to see products in action, with additional opportunities created throughout various networking sessions to explore in more detail direct with the vendors.

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm Afternoon Coffee & Networking

By now, you have discussed your event objectives and will appreciate there will be a common theme running throughout both days. However, you will have a unique challenge or problem that needs solving, and it is critical that we seek out those gold nuggets of information that will really help drive improvement within your role, teams and organisation.
These sessions are designed by you, for you, and you will be encouraged to write specific challenges, or indeed solutions on the colour coded post-it notes on your tables and stick them on the wall at the back of the conference hall under their unique titles.
Our facilitators will collect and analyse this information and it will be used as a basis to drive discussion and ensure you get the answers you need.  

  • Roundtable One: Data Driven Transformation: Developing and Executing the Data Roadmap
  • Roundtable Two: Business Impact: Creating Value from Data and Data Monetisation 
  • Roundtable Three: GDPR: Moving Beyond Just a Compliance Issue
  • Roundtable Four: Autonomous Enterprise: AI, Machine Learning and RPA

Maciej Nawrocki

Chief Data Officer
Credit Agricole

Harvinder Atwal

Head of Data Strategy and Advanced Analytics

Tony Gosling

Chief Data Officer
Pell Frischmann

5:10 pm - 5:40 pm Driving Cross industry Growth and Innovation through Partnerships and Collaboration

Imre Szucs - Director of Data & Analytics Department, Telenor Hungary
  • Understanding how cross industry collaborations and partnerships can assist in new revenue streams, organisational growth, innovation and improved customer experience
  • Identifying suitable organisations that complement your strategy
  • What are the challenges and inhibitors to partnership development: Managing IP, relationships, ownership and navigating GDPR
  • How to engage with potential partners,  build value and create a collaboration strategy
  • Case study examples from across multiple sectors

Imre Szucs

Director of Data & Analytics Department
Telenor Hungary

5:45 pm - 5:55 pm Chairperson’s Closing Remarks and Conference Close

Tim Carmichael - Director and Chief Data Officer, Ensifera

Tim Carmichael

Director and Chief Data Officer

5:55 pm - 6:55 pm Networking Drinks