New York CDO Inner Circle

November 4, 2020, Tavern On The Green

November 4, 2020
Tavern On The Green

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Collaborate with your peers

Get together with your peers to tackle top business challenges through peer-driven content and discussions at the New York CDO Inner Circle.

Join your peers to discuss the most critical issues impacting CDOs today:

Adopting D&A strategies and operating models that deliver business value in volatile environments

Generating measurable economic benefits to the business from data assets and advanced analytics

Becoming a master change agent and driving data literacy across the enterprise

New York CDO Governing Body


The Governing Body Co-Chairs shape the summit agenda, ensuring that all content is driven by CDOs, for CDOs.

Co-Chairs

Julia Bardmesser headshot

Julia Bardmesser

Voya Financial
SVP, Head of Data, Architecture & Analytics

Olga Lagunova headshot

Olga Lagunova

Pitney Bowes
Chief Data Officer

Glenn Peipert headshot

Glenn Peipert

MetLife
Chief Data Officer

Agenda


March 18, 2020

4:00pm - 5:00pmExecutive Networking Reception

5:00pm - 5:30pmBreakout Session

Opening Comments from Informatica

Jitesh Ghai headshot

Jitesh Ghai

SVP & GM, Data Management

Informatica

Join Informatica for opening comments that will lead to an interactive discussion with your peers.

5:30pm - 6:30pmDiscussion Topics

Data and Analytics Leaders Enabling Business Success

As data and analytics leaders further define the vision and scope of their roles, they are shifting their priorities toward value-based initiatives that help drive the business forward. CDOs at the front of their field successfully measure the business value of their data and information assets, routinely experiment with emerging technologies such as AI and ML, and build opportunistic data and analytics teams. Join this dinner discussion to take the next step in becoming a business-centric CDO.


Topic 1: Establishing a Data Strategy for Delivering Business Value

  • What critical business outcome(s) are you trying to achieve/improve with data? Do you have formal metrics defined and mapped to those business outcomes?
  • How have you mapped data and the impact of data accessibility to your critical business outcomes? How are you monitoring and measuring business value from your data initiatives?
  • How have you mapped data management capability requirements to your critical business outcomes? What tools and technologies are you most interested in?

 

Topic 2: Executing Data Strategy and Establishing Accountability 

  • How have you defined, and communicated your data strategy, and accountability for initiatives and activities? How do you monitor, measure and report on progress?
  • How have you organized and developed talent on your team to effectively deliver against the data strategy?
  • How are you scaling data management activities across hybrid on-premises and multi-cloud infrastructures? How are you using or exploring the use of machine learning and AI to automate activities like governance, discovery, cataloging, cleansing, privacy and protection?


6:30pm - 7:00pmNetworking Break

7:00pm - 8:00pmSummary Discussion & Dinner

8:00pm - 9:00pmSocial Hour

November 4, 2020

4:00pm - 5:00pmExecutive Networking Reception

5:00pm - 5:30pmBreakout Session

Opening Comments from Informatica

Jitesh Ghai headshot

Jitesh Ghai

SVP & GM, Data Management

Informatica

Join Informatica for opening comments that will lead to an interactive discussion with your peers.

5:30pm - 6:30pmDiscussion Topics

Data and Analytics Leaders Enabling Business Success

As data and analytics leaders further define the vision and scope of their roles, they are shifting their priorities toward value-based initiatives that help drive the business forward. CDOs at the front of their field successfully measure the business value of their data and information assets, routinely experiment with emerging technologies such as AI and ML, and build opportunistic data and analytics teams. Join this dinner discussion to take the next step in becoming a business-centric CDO.


Topic 1: Establishing a Data Strategy for Delivering Business Value

  • What critical business outcome(s) are you trying to achieve/improve with data? Do you have formal metrics defined and mapped to those business outcomes?
  • How have you mapped data and the impact of data accessibility to your critical business outcomes? How are you monitoring and measuring business value from your data initiatives?
  • How have you mapped data management capability requirements to your critical business outcomes? What tools and technologies are you most interested in?

 

Topic 2: Executing Data Strategy and Establishing Accountability 

  • How have you defined, and communicated your data strategy, and accountability for initiatives and activities? How do you monitor, measure and report on progress?
  • How have you organized and developed talent on your team to effectively deliver against the data strategy?
  • How are you scaling data management activities across hybrid on-premises and multi-cloud infrastructures? How are you using or exploring the use of machine learning and AI to automate activities like governance, discovery, cataloging, cleansing, privacy and protection?


6:30pm - 7:00pmNetworking Break

7:00pm - 8:00pmSummary Discussion & Dinner

8:00pm - 9:00pmSocial Hour

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New York CDO Program Manager


For inquiries related to this event, please reach out to your dedicated program manager.

Jared Bral

971-271-6881

jared.bral@evanta.com