Most organisations aspire towards being digitally enabled and data-driven however we find the same conversations have been happening for more than a decade without a significant shift.
Selling the benefits of good data governance is like selling the benefits of eating veggies to children.
We all know we cannot eat dessert all day – wouldn’t it be great if the benefits of Data Governance were an equally accepted truth.
In the last DAMA session, we explored some of the potential root causes preventing organisations from better data management practices and how we, as data professionals can make a difference.
Please join us for a fun and informative discussion with Deborah Henderson, as she steps us through an interdisciplinary approach that enables us to embrace complexity, address the challenges, take advantage of the opportunities, and unleash the power of data.
She will share the frameworks and methodologies she has used as well as practical examples of how she has implemented them in organisations to ensure successful outcomes. Connecting the dots between theory, research and practical real-world application Deborah also incorporates the cultural elements required to support and execute strategy.
Deborah is the CEO of BiTQ Services, an award-winning data and analytics consulting company in Brisbane with a clear goal –making data useful and enabling valuable insights for a better future. Her career spans 25 years in the ICT industry. She has worked with organisations at varying levels of data maturity, both locally and internationally, in complex corporate environments and leading business intelligence practices in global consulting companies. Her unique point of view is based on experiences with organisations that include Woolworths Ltd, QUT, Accenture, and Avanade.
Deborah holds an extensive list of qualifications including an Executive MBA, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Information Systems and has completed a Masterclass in Transformation and Complex Change.
Please note that registrations for this webinar will close at 5.00 PM (AEDT) on Monday, 23 November.