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Data is the lifeblood of any organization looking to grow and scale. Organizations want to make more data readily accessible to drive innovation faster, while still maintaining consumer trust and respecting customer privacy, but they face significant challenges. Data scientists

The impact of Big Data, analytics and AI has reached almost every single industry across the globe and government is no different. In this episode, Alaa Moussawi will share how data is being used to better understand the lives of

Data literacy is much discussed, but its practical application is often far less clear. How do you know if your business is ready for a data literacy program? How do you know if your data literacy program has been successful?

COVID dramatically increased every organization’s need for real-time data. As access to more real-time data becomes the norm, decision-making will define the winners. In this session, Mike Capone will discuss how leaders are reimagining the way decisions are being made

The old adage says that ‘defense wins championships’ and the same could be said for CDAOs. In this episode, we explore the fundamentals of the CDAO’s playbook: strong data governance and agile data architecture as the critical foundation for future

Being data-first unlocks smarter decisions faster, drives revenue growth, and improves margins. Everyone’s talking about the benefits, but how many organizations have the right strategy to truly drive that transformation? Data alone is not enough. A key to becoming data-first

The power of data is unquestionable and its impact on businesses and customers is transformational. However, how do you balance privacy concerns with personalization expectations? How do you deliver business value and drive revenues while behaving ethically? This episode will

Quick Insights! We ask our guests a series of questions in a quick fire format. This high-energy session will have our guests sharing their biggest wins, failures and interesting data analytics stories. Guests: Nollie Maoto, Executive Head: Business Intelligence, Analytics,

AI, and its promise of revolutionizing business, led to a scramble for arms. However, less consideration was given to the future requirements for AI - minimal business risk, bias-free, ethical and privacy-centric. In this episode, JoAnn Stonier will share her

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