Day 1, Sunday, August 5, 2018
10:30 am - 11:00 am Registration
11:00 am - 11:15 am Welcome Orientation
11:15 am - 11:20 am Chairperson's Opening Remarks
11:20 am - 11:35 am Technology Intro
During this segment, attendees will learn how to glean greater insights from business partners using the Thoughtexchange social learning tool. Later in the Exchange, we will put these insights to action by developing solutions to ultimately improve data and analytics operations.
11:35 am - 12:20 pm Embracing the Future of Evolving Digital TechnologiesMano Mannoochahr - Chief Data & Innovation Officer GE
The intense transformation of the world of work continues to change due to digital disruption and invention. Explore the value of emerging technologies on how work gets done within the enterprises and what businesses of tomorrow may look like. Move beyond buzz words and hear best practices for implementation and integration and discover where problems arise as well as how to overcome them. Envision what businesses of tomorrow may look like. Discuss the importance of consensus building to develop programs that create value. Join this session for a focus on the future and answering the questions of “where do we go from here” in this multi-year journey.
Mano MannoochahrChief Data & Innovation Officer
12:20 pm - 1:20 pm Networking Lunch
1:20 pm - 2:00 pm Analytics in Action- How Data Saves LivesBetsy McVay - Chief Analytics Officer UnityPoint Health
The ever-changing healthcare landscape poses new opportunities for using data to enable outcomes improvement. Strong partnerships between clinicians, operators, and analytics professionals are critical for success. Hear how UnityPoint Health, a multi-state integrated delivery system, improved the quality, experience, and efficiency of patient care. Join this interactive session as we discuss how to achieve fully-developed analytics disciplines by:
Engaging clinical and business leadership in the journey to being data-driven
Aligning the right data solution with the problem – descriptive, predictive, and real-time
Tackling incomplete information
Adjusting practices to evolving circumstances
Betsy McVayChief Analytics Officer
2:00 pm - 2:15 pm Bugs Bunny And The Case Of The Learning CultureKevin Skelcher - VP Client Solutions Thoughtexchange
In this interactive session participants will be asked to consider learning and culture in some new ways. We’ll discuss process, brain science, group learning and we’ll get a chance to put Thoughtexchange through its paces as we learn how to glean greater insights from business partners using the Thoughtexchange social learning tool.
Later in the Exchange, we will put these insights to action by developing solutions to ultimately improve data and analytics operations.
Kevin SkelcherVP Client Solutions
BrainWeave2:20 pm - 3:05 pm Optimizing Business Processes & Opportunities with Deep Learning
It is essential for the success of any business to always ensure the highest accuracy and versatility of its systems. As such, with the emergence of more advanced technology, new systems are needed that can be used in synergy with human work streams to solve the most complex problems. In this session we identify different business use cases that harness the power of deep learning as well as the opportunities for human/machine hybrid algorithms to build high-accuracy and ever-evolving systems.
Master Class2:20 pm - 3:05 pm Ethics of Utilizing & Collecting Data
In a world of big data and increasing sources of information, data scientists have access to very personal information about their customers. This information allows businesses to achieve a better view of the customer, make more personalized recommendations, and enhance the overall experience with their services. While the benefits of this information have a tremendous impact on the business capabilities, it poses ethical questions. How do we know when we’ve crossed the line of privacy for the customers? To what extent can this degree of information really be justified? How do we interpret the law when the landscape of technology and data sources is always evolving?
In this interactive session we will discuss the following:
•Determining boundaries of customer privacy
•Monetizing private customer data
•Interpreting the law in an evolving landscape
•Justifying geospatial data – improving analytics or invading privacy?
•Using sensitive information to understand the customer
3:10 pm - 3:40 pm Business Meetings
3:40 pm - 4:10 pm Business Meetings
4:10 pm - 4:40 pm Business Meetings
4:40 pm - 4:55 pm Networking Break
4:55 pm - 5:30 pm Capturing the Value Created from the Data & Analytics Business UnitMonica Kedzierski - Director, Enterprise Data & Analytics BorgWarner
The CDAO objective has evolved from that of data governance, quality and risk mitigation to one responsible for delivering tangible value for the business. To prove the value of the data and analytics business unit, there needs to be a standard measure of success. In this session, attendees will see how successful CDAOs have measured the value of their initiatives and transformed their office into a value creator and revenue generator
Monica KedzierskiDirector, Enterprise Data & Analytics
Ignite Sessions: Quick fire presentations, 10 minutes each, designed to ignite innovation. They will inform you of new technologies and trends that top CDAOs are leveraging to bring value to their organizations.5:30 pm - 6:15 pm How to Build an Intelligent Customer 360 Brian Kordelski - Sales Director AllSight
Brian KordelskiSales Director
Ignite Sessions: Quick fire presentations, 10 minutes each, designed to ignite innovation. They will inform you of new technologies and trends that top CDAOs are leveraging to bring value to their organizations.5:30 pm - 6:15 pm Your Competitive Edge Starts Here Prashant Bhatia - Chief Product & Marketing Officer Stibo Systems
Prashant BhatiaChief Product & Marketing Officer