Chief Analytics Officer - Ministry of Social Development (MSD) New Zealand
Developing compelling data projects to support key government decisions. Working across organisations to get the right questions, the right data and influence the right decision makers. Understanding how senior bureaucrats and politicians use data to drive decisions.Speaking
Let’s start how we mean to go on, in discussion making valuable industry connections.
Emerging trends and technological breakthroughs are rapidly changing the data science and machine learning landscape today. These forces bring new challenges as well as new opportunities. This session will cover these trends as well as highlight the common pitfalls to avoid in order to be successful regardless where you are on this journey.Speaking
Understanding existing initiatives – From data inventory to the end goal of uninterrupted and responsive services; Facing the challenge of short term gains to ensure long term success in your data strategy; Identifying opportunities for synergies – Why information sharing and transparency amongst your teams and third party bodies is crucial to secure success in… Read more.Speaking
Assistant Secretary of the Data Science and Engineering Branch - Department of Defence
Chief Data Officer - Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Government of South Australia
Revealing the context/drivers for the Commission to establish the CDO function in ASIC ASIC’s data strategy. An overview of analytics projects in action.Speaking
Confident on your data quality? Benchmark your outputs; Keeping pace on regulations and ethical principles? How are you ensuring sustainable good governance and security throughout the analytics lifecycle?
Keynote Presentation: Advanced Analytics to Optimise Infrastructure Networks and Minimise Forward Capital Liability in Auckland’s Growth Boom
This session will showcase infrastructure analytics which is underpinning Auckland’s growth. Providing some animations and real-life examples of how this is affecting infrastructure decisions that inform social and affordable housing solutions and the city we all aspire to live, work and play in!Speaking
Day 1 Track A – Let’s Engage: BUILDING DATA STRATEGY & CAPABILITY
How to foster a collaborative approach to data management? How can data positively improve to your organisation’s success and reputation rate internally and externally; Designing a citizen-centric ICT system and creating a unified enterprise vision of data as asset to cement any Data Governance initiative;
Dealing with conflict! What are the most effective ways of communicating the importance of compliance to governance standards at grass roots level? Successful strategies to champion data standards and best practice processes to uplift the data usage and quality throughout the organisation; How to foster creativity- data management, governance and analysis on a shoe-string;
Director of Digital Procurement - NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation
What impact does data and analytics have on the agency mission? Building trust and relationships within your organisation while coping with high expectations and limited knowledge around information management by internal users; What is the impact of traditional organisational structures and its potential disruption when trying to deliver innovation?
Day 1 Track B – Let’s Explore: DATA INSIGHT & INNOVATION
Data is the oil of the business. Good data and right data need to be the principles to drive insight to decision making; Making data discoverable, accessible and useable (DAU) to the user through co-design is critical. Realising the value of the DAU.
Presentation: Machine Learning – Strategies for Achieving Success with a Data Science Practice in the Public Sector
Sharing insight and considering the Priority Investment Approach in Australia.
Developing compelling data projects to support key government decisions; Working across organisations to get the right questions, the right data and influence the right decision makers; Understanding how senior bureaucrats and politicians use data to drive decisions.Speaking
An opportunity for your department or team to be recognised Three short-listed entries will present for 10 minutes each and Inspire us! The audience will vote on their favourite project presented, no standard metrics just based on audience chills and thrills. Awarding the winner the all important bragging rights, and our ‘Data Champions Public Sector’ trophy 2018.