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Chief Data & Analytics Officers, UK

10-11 February 2021 | London

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2020 Agenda

Main Conference Day 1 - 11th February
08:00

Registration & Welcome Coffee

Registration & Welcome Coffee

February 11 | 08:00 - 08:50

Speaking:

08:50

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Speaking:

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel

Chief Data Officer, AXA PPP Healthcare

Chair’s Opening Remarks

February 11 | 08:50 - 09:00

Speaking:

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel

AXA PPP Healthcare

09:00

Keynote Presentation: Showing the Real Value of Data & Analytics Teams to Your Organisation

  • Focusing on the core drivers for data & analytics and what is leading digital transformation in your organisation
  • What is driving investment now that the fear of missing out on the wave has dissipated? Highlighting the agility and value of data to support the business case for change
  • Exploring the challenges of a slowing economy to data and analytics functions and how to position your team as a value rather than cost centre
  • Preparing for 2021 and beyond: Moving on from current capabilities to embrace the larger and more strategic roles that data and analytics will play in the exponential growth of data complexity

Speaking:

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Alberto Rey Villaverde

Chief Data Officer, Just Eat

Keynote Presentation: Showing the Real Value of Data & Analytics Teams to Your Organisation

February 11 | 09:00 - 09:25

  • Focusing on the core drivers for data & analytics and what is leading digital transformation in your organisation
  • What is driving investment now that the fear of missing out on the wave has dissipated? Highlighting the agility and value of data to support the business case for change
  • Exploring the challenges of a slowing economy to data and analytics functions and how to position your team as a value rather than cost centre
  • Preparing for 2021 and beyond: Moving on from current capabilities to embrace the larger and more strategic roles that data and analytics will play in the exponential growth of data complexity

Speaking:

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Alberto Rey Villaverde

Just Eat

09:25

Keynote Presentation: Riding the Waves of the Digital Transformation Race: What Wave is Your Organization On?

  • The evolving role of the CDO over time, the transformation and where we are now
  • The amazing convergence of technology and how it is driving an evolution of human capabilities to create the digital worker
  • The reality of successful digital transformation. A view across the world of how transformation is occurring and the impact it is having on different businesses and public agencies

Speaking:

Alan Jacobson

Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Alteryx

Keynote Presentation: Riding the Waves of the Digital Transformation Race: What Wave is Your Organization On?

February 11 | 09:25 - 09:50

  • The evolving role of the CDO over time, the transformation and where we are now
  • The amazing convergence of technology and how it is driving an evolution of human capabilities to create the digital worker
  • The reality of successful digital transformation. A view across the world of how transformation is occurring and the impact it is having on different businesses and public agencies

Speaking:

Alan Jacobson

Alteryx

09:50

Panel Discussion: Exploring How Data and Analytics Leadership Roles Need to Evolve to Survive, Thrive and Succeed in a Slowing Economy?

  • Exploring the ambiguity and blurring lines around data, analytics and tech leadership roles: What are the mandates and what makes an effective Chief Data/Analytics Officer for the future?
  • Demonstrating data and analytics as a ‘business’ rather than ‘technology’ leadership role and positioning yourself as an agent for change
  • Moving from defensive to offensive strategies to shift your team into revenue-generation mode
  • How is data and analytics representation evolving at board level? Are the roles of CDO and CAO a fad and will they get merged into board-level roles such as COO role in time (similarly to Chief Digital Officer with Chief Marketing Officer)
  • Reviewing the evolution of the CIO as a learning point for the CDO?

Speaking:

Gary Stimson

Regional Director, Informatica

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Alberto Rey Villaverde

Chief Data Officer, Just Eat

Rick Hawkins, HSBC

Rick Hawkins

Chief Data Officer, Global Risk and Global Finance, HSBC

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Cristina Diofebbo

Senior Director, Strategic Insight and Analytics, Sky

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Hany Choueiri

Chief Data Officer, Aldermore Bank

Panel Discussion: Exploring How Data and Analytics Leadership Roles Need to Evolve to Survive, Thrive and Succeed in a Slowing Economy?

February 11 | 09:50 - 10:20

  • Exploring the ambiguity and blurring lines around data, analytics and tech leadership roles: What are the mandates and what makes an effective Chief Data/Analytics Officer for the future?
  • Demonstrating data and analytics as a ‘business’ rather than ‘technology’ leadership role and positioning yourself as an agent for change
  • Moving from defensive to offensive strategies to shift your team into revenue-generation mode
  • How is data and analytics representation evolving at board level? Are the roles of CDO and CAO a fad and will they get merged into board-level roles such as COO role in time (similarly to Chief Digital Officer with Chief Marketing Officer)
  • Reviewing the evolution of the CIO as a learning point for the CDO?

Speaking:

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Hany Choueiri

Aldermore Bank

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Alberto Rey Villaverde

Just Eat

Rick Hawkins, HSBC

Rick Hawkins

HSBC

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Cristina Diofebbo

Sky

Gary Stimson

Informatica

10:20

Keynote Presentation: Data is the New Language of Business - Can your Organization Speak It?

  • Did you know that just 24% of business decision makers are data literate?
  • Qlik is on a mission to help people and organisations understand, analyse and use data with confidence to get actionable insights fast.
  • Not everyone needs to be a data scientist, but our goal is to give the tools, learning and strategies needed to achieve data literacy for all.

Speaking:

Adam Mayer

Senior Manager, Technical Product Marketing, Qlik

Keynote Presentation: Data is the New Language of Business - Can your Organization Speak It?

February 11 | 10:20 - 10:55

  • Did you know that just 24% of business decision makers are data literate?
  • Qlik is on a mission to help people and organisations understand, analyse and use data with confidence to get actionable insights fast.
  • Not everyone needs to be a data scientist, but our goal is to give the tools, learning and strategies needed to achieve data literacy for all.

Speaking:

Adam Mayer

Qlik

10:45

Morning Coffee & Networking

Morning Coffee & Networking

February 11 | 10:45 - 11:15

Speaking:

11:15

Keynote Presentation: Focusing on Culture First - Getting People Across the Business Passionate to Maximise Adoption of Data and Analytics

  • Embedding culture as the core component of data and analytics-driven transformation in your organisation
  • Effectively securing buy-in from the data analytics team and wider business
  • How does CDOs and CAOs most effectively influence the board and non-executive directors?

Speaking:

Kinnari Ladha

Global Head of Data Science, Analytics & BI, TUI Group

Keynote Presentation: Focusing on Culture First - Getting People Across the Business Passionate to Maximise Adoption of Data and Analytics

February 12 | 11:15 - 11:40

  • Embedding culture as the core component of data and analytics-driven transformation in your organisation
  • Effectively securing buy-in from the data analytics team and wider business
  • How does CDOs and CAOs most effectively influence the board and non-executive directors?

Speaking:

Kinnari Ladha

TUI Group

11:40

Keynote Presentation: Establishing the Central Analytics Enabling Hub at the Bank of England

  • Bringing core analytics tools and expertise together under one roof
  • Promoting individual analytics projects in functional areas through partnering teams with central skills and delivering quickly into business with a local champion of data
  • Taking people on the journey: Creation of communities internally, education, training and peer-to-peer support

Speaking:

Peter Eckley

Peter Eckley

Chief Data Officer , Bank of England

Keynote Presentation: Establishing the Central Analytics Enabling Hub at the Bank of England

February 11 | 11:40 - 12:05

  • Bringing core analytics tools and expertise together under one roof
  • Promoting individual analytics projects in functional areas through partnering teams with central skills and delivering quickly into business with a local champion of data
  • Taking people on the journey: Creation of communities internally, education, training and peer-to-peer support

Speaking:

Peter Eckley

Peter Eckley

Bank of England

12:05

Panel Discussion: Harmonising Culture Across Data, Analytics, Tech and Functional Areas to Deliver Organisation-Wide Transformation and Deliver Value

  • Securing business buy-in for data-driven change through unifying people, process and culture
  • Embedding digital transformation sustainably across the business, through promoting the value of data, data champions, showcasing success and learning from failures
  • Making use of existing resources when we don’t have access to vast resources to enhance internal data/analytics capabilities
  • Integrating metrics and incentives for success that reward learning and innovation
  • Examples of cultural shifts that have driven the uptake of data and analytics for organisational change and driving value

Speaking:

Paul Moxon

Paul Moxon

VP, Data Architectures & Chief Evangelist, Denodo

Peter Eckley

Peter Eckley

Chief Data Officer , Bank of England

Kinnari Ladha

Global Head of Data Science, Analytics & BI, TUI Group

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis

Managing Director, Data Strategists

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Helen Blaikie

Former Finance Director, AGRO MERCHANTS

Panel Discussion: Harmonising Culture Across Data, Analytics, Tech and Functional Areas to Deliver Organisation-Wide Transformation and Deliver Value

February 11 | 12:05 - 12:35

  • Securing business buy-in for data-driven change through unifying people, process and culture
  • Embedding digital transformation sustainably across the business, through promoting the value of data, data champions, showcasing success and learning from failures
  • Making use of existing resources when we don’t have access to vast resources to enhance internal data/analytics capabilities
  • Integrating metrics and incentives for success that reward learning and innovation
  • Examples of cultural shifts that have driven the uptake of data and analytics for organisational change and driving value

Speaking:

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Helen Blaikie

AGRO MERCHANTS

Peter Eckley

Peter Eckley

Bank of England

Kinnari Ladha

TUI Group

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis

Data Strategists

Paul Moxon

Paul Moxon

Denodo

12:35

Keynote Presentation: Transforming Customer-Data Into a Business Growth Engine

  • What 100 Data and Analytics Execs say are the obstacles to being a truly data-driven organization.
  • Real-world examples of how best-in-class organizations crossed the chasm between customer data and customer value.
  • Aligning the digital organization on a shared actionable customer data strategy.
  • Championing data as a key driver of agility, product innovation, and market dominance.

Speaking:

Marina Shapira

Digital Psychologist and Head of Research, Quantum Metric

Keynote Presentation: Transforming Customer-Data Into a Business Growth Engine

February 11 | 12:35 - 13:00

  • What 100 Data and Analytics Execs say are the obstacles to being a truly data-driven organization.
  • Real-world examples of how best-in-class organizations crossed the chasm between customer data and customer value.
  • Aligning the digital organization on a shared actionable customer data strategy.
  • Championing data as a key driver of agility, product innovation, and market dominance.

Speaking:

Marina Shapira

Quantum Metric

1:00

Working Industry Lunch & Networking

An opportunity for conversations with data leaders from your own industry. There will be a choice of areas dedicated to selected industries for sector-specific discussions (floor plan available), as well as open areas for cross-sector networking. Grab your lunch and find the sign relevant for your industry!

Working Industry Lunch & Networking

February 11 | 13:00 - 14:00

An opportunity for conversations with data leaders from your own industry. There will be a choice of areas dedicated to selected industries for sector-specific discussions (floor plan available), as well as open areas for cross-sector networking. Grab your lunch and find the sign relevant for your industry!

Speaking:

Day 1 Track 1

2:00

Discussion Group 1A: Aligning Your Data Strategy with Organisational Objectives

To secure full, sustainable buy-in for data and analytics in your organisation, it’s crucial that you align with the overall organisational strategy. This session will share ways of achieving this, along with establishing mechanisms to identify technology trends and prioritise those that can be incorporated into your strategy with the greatest impacts on the business.

Speaking:

Caroline Bellamy

Caroline Bellamy

Former Chief Data Officer, Ordnance Survey

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Frederic Vaeremans

Chief Data Officer , RPS Group

Richard McCrossan

Digital Lead, Genesys

Michiel Buurman

Senior Solutions Architect, Genesys

Discussion Group 1A: Aligning Your Data Strategy with Organisational Objectives

February 11 | 14:00 - 14:45

To secure full, sustainable buy-in for data and analytics in your organisation, it’s crucial that you align with the overall organisational strategy. This session will share ways of achieving this, along with establishing mechanisms to identify technology trends and prioritise those that can be incorporated into your strategy with the greatest impacts on the business.

Speaking:

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Frederic Vaeremans

RPS Group

Caroline Bellamy

Caroline Bellamy

Ordnance Survey

Richard McCrossan

Genesys

Michiel Buurman

Genesys

Day 1 Track 2

2:00

Discussion Group 1B: Business Transformation and Securing Buy-In from End Users when Evolving into a Data-Driven Organisation

Speaking:

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Kshitij Kumar

Chief Data Officer, Farfetch

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Elizabeth Hollinger

Head of Analytics and BI, Aggreko

David Leichner

CMO, SQream

Discussion Group 1B: Business Transformation and Securing Buy-In from End Users when Evolving into a Data-Driven Organisation

February 11 | 14:00 - 14:45

Speaking:

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Kshitij Kumar

Farfetch

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Elizabeth Hollinger

Aggreko

David Leichner

SQream

Day 1 Track 3

2:00

Discussion Group 1C: Assessing the Adoption of Data Standards

Standards can be hugely valuable to ensure companies survive and thrive in the digital age; however the timing of rolling out standards is a challenging question. Does the cycle of technology need to run more before embedding standards, or have we missed the boat and will standards reign companies in unnecessarily? In addition, this session will explore cross-industry views on developing standards on data privacy.

Speaking:

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Lorenzo Di Gennaro

Head of Risk Finance and Treasury Information Oversight, Barclays UK

Huw Howell

Data Governance - Banking Platform Implementation, Charity Bank

Discussion Group 1C: Assessing the Adoption of Data Standards

February 11 | 14:00 - 14:45

Standards can be hugely valuable to ensure companies survive and thrive in the digital age; however the timing of rolling out standards is a challenging question. Does the cycle of technology need to run more before embedding standards, or have we missed the boat and will standards reign companies in unnecessarily? In addition, this session will explore cross-industry views on developing standards on data privacy.

Speaking:

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Lorenzo Di Gennaro

Barclays UK

Huw Howell

Charity Bank

Day 1 Track 4

2:00

Panel Discussion 1D: The Importance of Women in Data

The days of a job for life are in the past and there’s a shortage of talented data and analytics leaders in the market. Diversity is also a big challenge facing the data and analytics functions. This session will share strategies on your own succession planning: Developing and retaining diverse talent through internal career paths, variety of work, stimulation, training, financial and non-financial reward. We’ll also explore examples of sector/organisational USPs and leveraging these to retain the best talent.

Speaking:

Payal Jain

Chair, Women in Data UK

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Gail Miller

Head of Data, Scottish Power

Tom Spencer

Head of Customer Data Science, Aviva Quantum, Aviva

Lara Izlan

Director, Advertising Data & Analytics, ITV

Panel Discussion 1D: The Importance of Women in Data

February 11 | 14:00 - 14:45

The days of a job for life are in the past and there’s a shortage of talented data and analytics leaders in the market. Diversity is also a big challenge facing the data and analytics functions. This session will share strategies on your own succession planning: Developing and retaining diverse talent through internal career paths, variety of work, stimulation, training, financial and non-financial reward. We’ll also explore examples of sector/organisational USPs and leveraging these to retain the best talent.

Speaking:

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Gail Miller

Scottish Power

Tom Spencer

Aviva

Payal Jain

Women in Data UK

Lara Izlan

ITV

Day 1 Track 1

2:45

Discussion Group 2A: Exploring the Evolving Relationships Between IT and Data roles

IT teams are more frequently focusing on tech, with Data & Analytics moving out of their direct sphere of influence. With this change, it’s critical for IT/data/analytics to optimise their working relationships. This session will explore ways to achieve this most effectively, as well as how to align longer tech timeframes with more agile shorter-term data and analytics timeframes. What is new relationship between Information and Data roles?

Speaking:

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Simon Hayter

Partner - Head of Data, Knight Frank

Huw Howell

Data Governance - Banking Platform Implementation, Charity Bank

Caroline Bellamy

Caroline Bellamy

Former Chief Data Officer, Ordnance Survey

Discussion Group 2A: Exploring the Evolving Relationships Between IT and Data roles

February 11 | 14:45 - 15:30

IT teams are more frequently focusing on tech, with Data & Analytics moving out of their direct sphere of influence. With this change, it’s critical for IT/data/analytics to optimise their working relationships. This session will explore ways to achieve this most effectively, as well as how to align longer tech timeframes with more agile shorter-term data and analytics timeframes. What is new relationship between Information and Data roles?

Speaking:

Huw Howell

Charity Bank

Caroline Bellamy

Caroline Bellamy

Ordnance Survey

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Simon Hayter

Knight Frank

Day 1 Track 2

2:45

Discussion Group 2B: State of the Art and Next Steps in the Evolution of Corporate AI and Machine Learning

The increased maturity of AI and ML are leading to exciting strategies, such as automating and augmenting manual tasks, human insight and analytics processes more effectively. This session will share success stories and lessons learned to date, as well as where AI and ML is heading, both for internal organisational change and driving business insights. Exploring whether this sits within CDO remit, CAO remit, or elsewhere in organisation?

Speaking:

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Javier Campos Zabala

General Manager, Data Labs, Experian

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Gael Decoudu

Director of Credit Decisioning, NewDay

Discussion Group 2B: State of the Art and Next Steps in the Evolution of Corporate AI and Machine Learning

February 11 | 14:45 - 15:30

The increased maturity of AI and ML are leading to exciting strategies, such as automating and augmenting manual tasks, human insight and analytics processes more effectively. This session will share success stories and lessons learned to date, as well as where AI and ML is heading, both for internal organisational change and driving business insights. Exploring whether this sits within CDO remit, CAO remit, or elsewhere in organisation?

Speaking:

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Gael Decoudu

NewDay

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Javier Campos Zabala

Experian

Day 1 Track 3

2:45

Discussion Group 2C: Building Continuous Learning into Your Data Strategy

Data strategies and strong data quality are essential to enable organisations to learn more and build on experience, as data becomes more deeply embedded in organisation-wide decision making. This session will explore how data feeds in as source of learning, as well as to identify problems suitable for advanced analytics, ML, regression analysis etc

Speaking:

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Gail Miller

Head of Data, Scottish Power

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Lorenzo Di Gennaro

Head of Risk Finance and Treasury Information Oversight, Barclays UK

Discussion Group 2C: Building Continuous Learning into Your Data Strategy

February 11 | 14:45 - 15:30

Data strategies and strong data quality are essential to enable organisations to learn more and build on experience, as data becomes more deeply embedded in organisation-wide decision making. This session will explore how data feeds in as source of learning, as well as to identify problems suitable for advanced analytics, ML, regression analysis etc

Speaking:

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Lorenzo Di Gennaro

Barclays UK

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Gail Miller

Scottish Power

Day 1 Track 4

2:45

Discussion Group 2D: Embedding Emerging Specialised Advanced Analytics Roles in the Business to Drive Full Value

Specialisation is now increasingly at the lead level in analytics, for example splitting data science engineering into NL Engineer and computer programming. It’s also a challenge to give data science ‘a seat at the table’. This session will explore how we embed new data science roles most effectively your organisation and align with your business culture. This will include upskilling engineers on the non-technical side, inclusion as part of the development team, creating a full-stack team to support ML scientists and working together at both the front and back end.

Speaking:

SHAUN MOATE

Shaun Moate

VP Applied Machine Learning & Analytics, DAZN

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Shaun McGirr

Head of Data Science & Business Intelligence, Cox Automotive UK

Discussion Group 2D: Embedding Emerging Specialised Advanced Analytics Roles in the Business to Drive Full Value

February 11 | 14:45 - 15:30

Specialisation is now increasingly at the lead level in analytics, for example splitting data science engineering into NL Engineer and computer programming. It’s also a challenge to give data science ‘a seat at the table’. This session will explore how we embed new data science roles most effectively your organisation and align with your business culture. This will include upskilling engineers on the non-technical side, inclusion as part of the development team, creating a full-stack team to support ML scientists and working together at both the front and back end.

Speaking:

SHAUN MOATE

Shaun Moate

DAZN

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Shaun McGirr

Cox Automotive UK

3:30

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

February 11 | 15:30 - 16:00

Speaking:

4:00

Panel Discussion: Ensuring you’re on the Right Side of Tightening Privacy Regulations and Being a Leader Rather than a Follower for Data Ethics

  • What do we mean by the ethical use of data? - The regulatory and non-regulatory drivers of ethical application of data science, including ensuring we gain and maintain customer trust
  • Mastering permissions and opt-ins for data capture by passive technologies, including complying with regulatory requirements e.g. around holding personally identifiable information
  • Finding the balance and building objections and consent into your model to avoid abusing personal data
  • Examples of where privacy regulations have moved on from theoretical discussion to the serious business: Lessons learned from recent big fines for Facebook (US) and BA (UK)
  • Considerations from specific ethical challenges: E.g. Facial recognition at Kings Cross or Manchester

Speaking:

Paul Lodge

Paul Lodge

Chief Data Officer, Department of Work & Pensions

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Javier Campos Zabala

General Manager, Data Labs, Experian

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Rob McKendrick

Head of Data, Co-op

Panel Discussion: Ensuring you’re on the Right Side of Tightening Privacy Regulations and Being a Leader Rather than a Follower for Data Ethics

February 11 | 16:00 - 16:30

  • What do we mean by the ethical use of data? - The regulatory and non-regulatory drivers of ethical application of data science, including ensuring we gain and maintain customer trust
  • Mastering permissions and opt-ins for data capture by passive technologies, including complying with regulatory requirements e.g. around holding personally identifiable information
  • Finding the balance and building objections and consent into your model to avoid abusing personal data
  • Examples of where privacy regulations have moved on from theoretical discussion to the serious business: Lessons learned from recent big fines for Facebook (US) and BA (UK)
  • Considerations from specific ethical challenges: E.g. Facial recognition at Kings Cross or Manchester

Speaking:

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Rob McKendrick

Co-op

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Javier Campos Zabala

Experian

Paul Lodge

Paul Lodge

Department of Work & Pensions

4:30

Keynote Presentation: The Data Culture Blueprint: Helping people to see and understand their data at JLL

  • Delivering real ROI from a data vision – What is the blueprint to success?
  • Replacing the black box with the glass box – Demystifying the science behind data enabled insights
  • Leveraging augmented analytics for better conversations with data
  • Creating a Centre of Excellence approach to empower people

Speaking:

Paul Chapman

Global Director of Business Intelligence and Technology, JLL

Keynote Presentation: The Data Culture Blueprint: Helping people to see and understand their data at JLL

February 12 | 16:30 - 16:55

  • Delivering real ROI from a data vision – What is the blueprint to success?
  • Replacing the black box with the glass box – Demystifying the science behind data enabled insights
  • Leveraging augmented analytics for better conversations with data
  • Creating a Centre of Excellence approach to empower people

Speaking:

Paul Chapman

JLL

4:55

Chair's Closing Remarks

Speaking:

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel

Chief Data Officer, AXA PPP Healthcare

Chair's Closing Remarks

February 11 | 16:55 - 17:05

Speaking:

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel

AXA PPP Healthcare

5:05

Cocktail Reception

Cocktail Reception

February 11 | 17:05 - 18:00

Speaking:

Main Conference Day 2 - 12th February
08:00

Registration & Welcome Coffee

Registration & Welcome Coffee

February 12 | 08:00 - 09:00

Speaking:

09:00

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Speaking:

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel

Chief Data Officer, AXA PPP Healthcare

Chair’s Opening Remarks

February 12 | 09:00 - 09:10

Speaking:

Nirali Patel

Nirali Patel

AXA PPP Healthcare

09:10

Keynote Presentation: Developing Practical, Agile and Impactful Data Strategies to Meet Specific Organisational Goals

  • What organisations truly want to do with the data, why do you need a data strategy and what value does it add?
  • Demonstrating vision to the wider organisation and highlighting why you are going in a certain direction
  • Effective change: What window of time should data strategy be built around? Adoption moves too fast, so how far out is viable to go for data strategies and at what detail?
  • Enabling agility through in a rounded, visionary strategy
  • What you want it to be, but flexibility to plug in along the way
  • Not too detailed: A strategy not a plan

Speaking:

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis

Managing Director, Data Strategists

Keynote Presentation: Developing Practical, Agile and Impactful Data Strategies to Meet Specific Organisational Goals

February 12 | 09:10 - 09:35

  • What organisations truly want to do with the data, why do you need a data strategy and what value does it add?
  • Demonstrating vision to the wider organisation and highlighting why you are going in a certain direction
  • Effective change: What window of time should data strategy be built around? Adoption moves too fast, so how far out is viable to go for data strategies and at what detail?
  • Enabling agility through in a rounded, visionary strategy
  • What you want it to be, but flexibility to plug in along the way
  • Not too detailed: A strategy not a plan

Speaking:

Ian Wallis

Ian Wallis

Data Strategists