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Canberra Training: Playing to Win: Exploiting Data Capabilities in the Publ...
Fri. 26 May 2017, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm AEST
Australian government organisations are attempting to do more with the data assets that they maintain. So far the emphasis has been on planning and capability development within agencies without strong progress.
This full-day workshop presents an approach to government partnerships with proven success. Lessons learned from the Virginia Governors Data Interns Program are incorporated throughout the day. The case study demonstrates how tangible results can be used to increase awareness and raise the stature of participating organisations.
The course also looks at two ways that private sector partnerships have been adopted by the government in the US. While there is no one way of incorporating the private sector, there are program-level measures that work better than others. We cover practical steps leading to success such as screening candidate projects and participants, promotion eﬀorts, project planning and managing accumulation of work products
Who Should Attend:
This course is a must for anyone in government policy and implementation of data management capability, at a whole-of-government or agency level, for developing .
Participants of Peter's workshop on 22-23 May, who seek further understanding on how change the way we value and manage data in today’s digital landscape.
Anyone who recognises that, unlike in analytics, there are no degree programs in data management and there needs to be systematic ways to learn about data and how to manage it.
Peter Aiken is an industry world leader on data strategy. He will cover both the business and technical aspects on how organisations can turn data strategy and governance around and make better use of data.
Peter Aiken is widely acknowledged as a leading data management (DM) authority. He is a practising data consultant, author, and researcher, and he has been delivering high-performance solutions in DM for more than 30 years. His expertise is sought by some of the world’s highest profile organisations, and his achievements recognised internationally.
His leadership positions and consulting spans more than 75 organisations and 27 countries in various industries, such as defence, banking, healthcare, telecommunications, and manufacturing. He has authored ten books – the latest is Your Data Strategy – and has contributed to many other publications. He also hosts a webinar dedicated to data management at Dataversity.net.
Peter is Founding Director of Data Blueprint, a consulting firm that leverages data for competitive advantage and operational efficiencies. He is Associate Professor of Information Systems at Virginia Commonwealth University, past President of DAMA International and Associate Director of the MIT International Society of Chief Data Officers.
For a sample of Peter’s message, please take a look at this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9itOJUdBu1I.
Additional Peter Aiken Workshops
Check out the two other workshops Peter is presenting in Canberra:
- Putting Data First: Why Johnny Can't Data and What We Need To Do About It
- Evolving your Information Architecture: What Why How?
Please email email@example.com for a 20% discount when booking two or more workshops.
Meals and Refreshments
The cost of the workshop includes morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have dietary requirements.
Discount for Members of DAMA Australia
Members of DAMA Australia are entitled to a $150 discount for this workshop. A discount code is available on the members portal on www.dama.org.au.
Individual membership costs $100/year and Corporate membership $400. To find out about membership and become a DAMA member by clicking here.
Payments and Refunds
We do not offer refunds if you do not attend the course or if you cancel within 7 days of the event. Refunds requested earlier than 7 days are available, less any non-refundable expenses we have incurred.
We may postpone or cancel an event at our discretion when the services cannot be provided satisfactorily. We will let you know as soon as possible if this occurs. No compensation is payable for postponement.
The full amount must be paid within 14 days if you request an invoice, or no later than 48 hours before the event commences. Registrations will not be held after the date notified and may be sold to other customers.