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  • Data at Work - Skills, Part 1
    Data at Work - Skills, Part 1
    Graeme McDermott, Caroline Carruthers and Mark Stubbs Recorded: Feb 25 2020 24 mins
    Data at Work - Skills, Part 1: Siloed Pockets of Data Expertise. Unearthing Them, Unpacking Them, and Unleashing Their Potential

    In part 1 of our Podcast focusing on Data Skills, our panel of experts ask the question: How the isolated packets of data and data know-how buried across the typical organization - the dreaded data siloes - can be formalized, structured, and transformed to drive wider data strategies and value. And why people, culture, ecosystem, and 'Data Cheerleaders' are crucial to the process. Once you have listened to this podcast, please listen to the extended discussion in part 2.

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Enhancing Safety, Operations, and Experience with Computer Vision
    Enhancing Safety, Operations, and Experience with Computer Vision
    Mark Jules, Global VP, Hitachi Vantara | Sameer Sharma, Global GM, Intel Recorded: Sep 27 2019 59 mins
    Video data has long supported safety and security efforts. But thanks to improvements in vision technology, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), and the ability to run analysis at the edge, there are innovative new uses for video data that improve safety, operations and customer experience.

    Join us in this live webinar where we’ll discuss:
    •The evolution of video technology and how it drives insights that improve the way we do business.
    •How video data and vision technology are used across various industries to drive ROI.
    •The technologies that drive these innovations and outcomes.


    About our speakers

    Mark Jules: Global Vice President, Smart Spaces and Lumada Video Insights, Hitachi Vantara

    Mark Jules leads Hitachi Vantara’s Smart Spaces business which provides solutions incorporating video technologies, internet of things (IoT) sensors and analytics to help organizations create smarter spaces that operate more efficiently. Mark served as CEO of Avrio RMS Group for more than a decade and was also the President and Founder of Protean Solutions, a provider of mobile platforms for battlefield and emergency communications.

    Sameer Sharma: Global GM (New Markets/Smart Cities), Intel

    Sameer Sharma is the Global GM (New Markets/Smart Cities) for IoT Solutions at Intel and a thought-leader in the IoT/mobile ecosystem, having driven multiple strategic initiatives over the past 19 years. He leads a global team that incubates and scales new growth categories and business models in IoT and Smart Cities. These solutions include intelligent transportation, AI and video, air quality monitoring and smart lighting in cities.

    Sameer has an MBA from The Wharton School at UPenn, and a Master’s in Computer Engineering from Rutgers University. He holds 11 patents in the areas of IoT and Mobile.
  • Enhancing Safety, Operations, and Experience with Computer Vision
    Enhancing Safety, Operations, and Experience with Computer Vision
    Mark Jules, Global VP, Hitachi Vantara | Sameer Sharma, Global GM, Intel Recorded: Sep 17 2019 60 mins
    Video data has long supported safety and security efforts. But thanks to improvements in vision technology, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), and the ability to run analysis at the edge, there are innovative new uses for video data that improve safety, operations and customer experience.

    Join us in this live webinar where we’ll discuss:
    •The evolution of video technology and how it drives insights that improve the way we do business.
    •How video data and vision technology are used across various industries to drive ROI.
    •The technologies that drive these innovations and outcomes.


    About our speakers

    Mark Jules: Global Vice President, Smart Spaces and Lumada Video Insights, Hitachi Vantara

    Mark Jules leads Hitachi Vantara’s Smart Spaces business which provides solutions incorporating video technologies, internet of things (IoT) sensors and analytics to help organizations create smarter spaces that operate more efficiently. Mark served as CEO of Avrio RMS Group for more than a decade and was also the President and Founder of Protean Solutions, a provider of mobile platforms for battlefield and emergency communications.

    Sameer Sharma: Global GM (New Markets/Smart Cities), Intel

    Sameer Sharma is the Global GM (New Markets/Smart Cities) for IoT Solutions at Intel and a thought-leader in the IoT/mobile ecosystem, having driven multiple strategic initiatives over the past 19 years. He leads a global team that incubates and scales new growth categories and business models in IoT and Smart Cities. These solutions include intelligent transportation, AI and video, air quality monitoring and smart lighting in cities.

    Sameer has an MBA from The Wharton School at UPenn, and a Master’s in Computer Engineering from Rutgers University. He holds 11 patents in the areas of IoT and Mobile.
  • Real Time Governance City Command Center
    Real Time Governance City Command Center
    Mark Bouldin, Subject Matter Expert, Hitachi Vantara Recorded: Jul 2 2019 9 mins
    With a focus on Real Time Governance, Andra Pradesh Government wanted to establish a State Command and Communication Center. Hear how this ambitious project came to life.
  • Smart Spaces and the Future of Smart Technology
    Smart Spaces and the Future of Smart Technology
    Justin Bean, Global Director of Smart Cities and Smart Spaces Marketing, Hitachi Vantara Recorded: Jun 21 2019 35 mins
    What are smart spaces and how are video intelligence, IoT, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) enabling their rapid growth? How does this drive smarter, data driven decisions to enhance safety, operations, experience, and sustainability?

    Rajiv Parikh, host of Center Stage from Regalix TV speaks to Justin Bean, Global Director of Smart Cities and Smart Spaces Marketing, Hitachi Vantara to discuss this and more.

    See additional episodes of Regalix TV here: https://www.regalix.tv
  • Growth Opportunities in the Global Non-revenue Water (NRW) Smart Leak Management
    Growth Opportunities in the Global Non-revenue Water (NRW) Smart Leak Management
    Fredrick Royan, Paul Hudson, Frost & Sullivan, Lauren Guy, CTO/Co-Founder, UTILIS Recorded: Apr 30 2019 49 mins
    Non-revenue water loss across the globe is estimated to account for about $39 billion annually and there is a renewed urgency to address leakage in pipelines. North America and Europe are driving the market growth with other regions following suit. Digital transformation in water utilities is resulting in the deployment of analytic platforms for event and asset management. Multiple solutions, including both invasive (Smart Ball) and non-invasive (acoustic) sensors for leak detection, are seamlessly integrated into a single platform for leakage management. Water utilities demand accuracy and immediate results to facilitate urgent redressal and reduce non-revenue water losses.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Learn about growth opportunities and regional hotspots
    • Discover new solutions to add value that enables customer satisfaction
    • Identify emerging technologies and their synergies
  • The use of Big Data in Real Time Government – The Andhra Pradesh Case Study
    The use of Big Data in Real Time Government – The Andhra Pradesh Case Study
    Mark Bouldin, Subject Matter Expert, Hitachi Vantara Recorded: Apr 23 2019 17 mins
    Smart spaces improve customer outcomes by blending, existing and new data sources from the physical and digital worlds. It helps you make, real-time, predictive, data-driven decisions.
  • Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market
    Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market
    Shaik Safik, Senior Consulting Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Apr 23 2019 40 mins
    Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market: Gaining Advantage through Innovative Energy Sourcing Options



    Large corporations around the world are sourcing renewable energy for self-consumption. Companies are becoming part of prestigious groups to source renewable electricity.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Shaik Safik, Senior Consulting Analyst, as he discusses the sourcing methods adopted by corporations across the world to procure renewable energy and how this trend is expected to grow in the future.

    Questions this Session Will Answer:

    · How has the corporate renewable purchase evolved over the years?
    · What are the drivers and barriers for renewable energy purchase at a global level?
    · Who are the major corporate renewable energy purchasers and their renewable energy targets?
    · What are the sourcing methods adopted and the risks involved?
  • How To Operationalize Data Science Projects
    How To Operationalize Data Science Projects
    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu, Data Scientist, Hitachi Vantara Recorded: Apr 4 2019 44 mins
    Today’s data scientists use machine learning to predict trends, plan ahead of demand and events, and uncover patterns and behaviors. But they spend a significant amount of time on data engineering rather than actual data analysis, delaying the operationalization of machine-learning projects.

    Find out how you can solve this challenge and help your data scientists be more productive.

    About our speaker:

    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu is a data scientist at Hitachi Vantara, Singapore. He received his BS in chemical and biological engineering and has a MS and a doctorate in computational science and engineering. His studies primarily focused on data analytics and big data in protein-protein interactions. After getting his degrees, he analyzed genomic data and developed pipelines for cancer and stem-cell research. His findings have been published in peer-reviewed journals.

    Dr. Cukuroglu is currently working with rail operators, mining companies, manufacturers, banks, fleet operators and delivery partners in Asia-Pacific to enable their machine-learning and predictive-analytics strategies.
  • The Future of Water Management in US Unconventional Oil and Gas Exploration
    The Future of Water Management in US Unconventional Oil and Gas Exploration
    Seth Cutler, Principal Consultant, Maria Benintende, Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Apr 2 2019 54 mins
    Water requirements to satisfy fracking activity have skyrocketed in high-production basins, such as the Permian Basin, in recent years. The growth of absolute wells is putting pressure on water resources and the volumes of water used per frac are increasing. Aside from the increased cost of water and produced water treatment, the sourcing of frac water and transportation logistics place operators under stress to deliver stable and sustainable operations. These fundamental challenges are changing the way the industry engages with and manages water. An increase in the recycling of produced water and the growth of midstream partners, as well as their financial backers, are changing the industry landscape.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Discover how industry peers are changing their business models to drive sustainable operations.
    • Explore critical opportunities and pitfalls of managing a fundamental resource in a fast-growing industry.
    • Uncover the latest opportunities and challenges impacting future business growth.
  • How To Operationalize Data Science Projects
    How To Operationalize Data Science Projects
    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu, Data Scientist, Hitachi Vantara Recorded: Feb 27 2019 45 mins
    Today’s data scientists use machine learning to predict trends, plan ahead of demand and events, and uncover patterns and behaviors. But they spend a significant amount of time on data engineering rather than actual data analysis, delaying the operationalization of machine-learning projects.

    Find out how you can solve this challenge and help your data scientists be more productive.

    About our speaker:

    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu is a data scientist at Hitachi Vantara, Singapore. He received his BS in chemical and biological engineering and has a MS and a doctorate in computational science and engineering. His studies primarily focused on data analytics and big data in protein-protein interactions. After getting his degrees, he analyzed genomic data and developed pipelines for cancer and stem-cell research. His findings have been published in peer-reviewed journals.

    Dr. Cukuroglu is currently working with rail operators, mining companies, manufacturers, banks, fleet operators and delivery partners in Asia-Pacific to enable their machine-learning and predictive-analytics strategies.
  • From Steel Manufacturing to Farming: Bring In Cutting-Edge Analytics
    From Steel Manufacturing to Farming: Bring In Cutting-Edge Analytics
    Dr. Anya Rumyantseva, Data Scientist, Solution Engineering Recorded: Feb 13 2019 39 mins
    The transition from descriptive to predictive & prescriptive analytics is speeding up across digitally native industries, while more traditional industries are lagging behind. This transition often requires usage of machine learning techniques and a variety of data formats. Many companies find it difficult to complete. In this webinar, we review barriers for implementation, best practices, interesting use cases and success stories coming from steel and oil industries. Also, we will show how IoT data can be used to predict health problems of cows at farms. Moooving to cutting-edge analytics is possible for everyone!
  • Uncovering Canada’s Smart Water Solutions
    Uncovering Canada’s Smart Water Solutions
    Seth Cutler (Moderator) John Presta, Gary Thompson, Darrol Weiss Recorded: Oct 22 2018 60 mins
    Canadian utilities struggle with fiscal constraints, high customer service expectations, and disparate and aging networks, just like many other utilities globally. At the same time, they have built a reputation for the progressive adoption of advanced technologies and solutions, including smart water data-based solutions. This puts Canadian water and wastewater utilities in a pivotal position to share knowledge and best practices for tackling local problems that deliver global lessons.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Understand how asset management information and internal and external data points are leveraged to deliver millions of dollars in savings annually
    • Learn how utilities companies transformed fiscal and operational challenges into strengths
    • Improve the operating conditions and financial health of your service
  • Smart Wastewater Solutions: Addressing CSO and Stormwater Challenges
    Smart Wastewater Solutions: Addressing CSO and Stormwater Challenges
    Seth Cutler (Moderator), Kyla Jacobsen, Jody Crabtree, Reese Johnson Recorded: Aug 7 2018 62 mins
    The SWAN North American Alliance's 5th webinar, hosted by Frost & Sullivan, will explore how data-driven, smart water solutions play a critical role in shrinking a multi-billion dollar deficit in North America’s wastewater and CSO (combined sewer overflow) management needs. Smart water solutions minimize and optimize compliance investment, reducing wastewater utility spend to operate the network today and into the future.

    Join this webinar hosted to hear SWAN North American Alliance experts and peers discuss insights into how utilities and municipalities can address critical investment needs, lower projected spending, and deploy advanced technologies.

    Key Takeaways:
    · Identify how data-based technologies and solutions can tackle the multi-billion dollar wastewater network deficit and drive growth opportunities
    · Understand how utilities transformed challenges into strengths
    · Engage with industry thought leaders and participate in an interactive question-and-answer session
  • From BI to AI
    From BI to AI
    Naser Ali, Head of Solutions Marketing, Hitachi Vantara Recorded: May 16 2018 38 mins
    Business intelligence is evolving from traditional look-back analysis to forward-thinking prediction and prescription. Join Naser Ali of Hitachi Vantara in this webinar where he'll cover the following concepts:

    - Understanding why AI isn’t an academic pursuit or anything like traditional analysis
    - Why the value of AI comes from developing whole new processes
    - What to expect and when on the journey to predictive and prescriptive outcomes
    - A skills and infrastructure checklist
    - Plus: Gotchas - spotting the pitfalls and roadblocks
  • SWAN North American Alliance - Cyber Security Threats and Opportunities
    SWAN North American Alliance - Cyber Security Threats and Opportunities
    SWAN North American Alliance Experts Recorded: Mar 27 2018 59 mins
    Join this webinar hosted by Frost & Sullivan and hear from Smart Water Networks North American Alliance experts discuss the cyber security landscape in the water utility industry and best-practice solutions to ensure a secure future.

    Expert Insights You Will Not Want to Miss:
    - Understand critical cyber security challenges and weaknesses in the water utility industry
    - Identify best practices to help your organization tackle cybersecurity challenges
    - Learn about public initiatives and regulatory efforts to promote cybersecurity initiatives
  • Introduction to Process Water Recycling and Treatment in Mineral Processing
    Introduction to Process Water Recycling and Treatment in Mineral Processing
    Saara Hagnäs and Piia Suvio D.Eng., Product Manager and Director Water Treatment Solutions, Industrial Water Treatment Recorded: Feb 22 2018 37 mins
    Introducing a series of webinars on tailings dewatering, the third webinar will introduce water recycling and treatment in mineral processing. Each webinar will cover the topic from equipment to plant, taking a holistic view of the issues that enable and constrain the technology.

    In water recycling and treatment, we review the basics of water in mineral processing, and then expand the concept to water recycling and treatment in mineral processing plants.

    Water recycling in mineral processing plant can significantly increase the amount of water available for processing. Recycling of water leads to increase in constituents present in water, leading to accumulation of impurities that can impact the recovery of metal within the flotation and reverse flotation processes. Review on testing of the impact of certain impurities has been carried out and results will be presented. At the end of the webinar we will outline recommendations for process water treatment that can improve the recovery.
  • Introduction to tailings filtration and dry stacking in minerals processing
    Introduction to tailings filtration and dry stacking in minerals processing
    Toni Kuisma, Sales Manager, Tailings Solutions Recorded: Feb 15 2018 39 mins
    Introducing a series of webinars on tailings dewatering. The first webinar introduces thickening followed by tailings filtration and water treatment. Each webinar will cover the topic from equipment to plant, taking a holistic view of the issues that enable and constrain the technology.

    With tailings filtration and dry stacking, we briefly review the basics of solid-liquid separation from thickening and filtering, and then expand to dry material handling and dry stacking. It is essential to understand the material properties in order to optimize the compaction process, control the filling process, drain the tailings stack and plan its geometry, and control the stability of the tailings stack during its life cycle.

    Closing with a view from an operator’s perspective, including strategies for consistent performance and tips for avoiding process upsets.
  • Introduction to thickened tailings in minerals processing
    Introduction to thickened tailings in minerals processing
    Jason Palmer, Sales Director, Surface Tailings Solutions Recorded: Jan 24 2018 31 mins
    Introducing a series of webinars on tailings dewatering, the first webinar will introduce thickening followed by sessions on tailings filtration and water treatment. Each webinar will cover the topic from equipment to plant, taking a holistic view of the issues that enable and constrain the technology.

    With thickening, we review the basics of thickener operation and equipment selection, and then expand the concept to thickened tails transport and deposition. Controls and automation can significantly improve the performance of a thickener plant, keeping the outputs as close as possible to the design, maximizing water recovery and minimizing flocculant consumption. Closing with a view from an operator’s perspective, including strategies for consistent performance and tips for avoiding process upsets.
  • Tips and Tricks to Get the Most Out of Your Pentaho Trial
    Tips and Tricks to Get the Most Out of Your Pentaho Trial
    Jason Bachman, Sales Engineer, Pentaho Recorded: Aug 31 2017 22 mins
    Want to learn more about the Pentaho Trial? Then attend this recorded webcast that focuses on big data and data integration best practices as well as how to get the most out of your Pentaho 30-day trial.

    Other topics include:

    * A review the components that are part of your trial and best approach to get started
    *A discussion on the best way to connect to your data and manage your analytical pipeline
    * A showcase our library of videos, tutorials and documentation for a smooth trial
    * Highlights of proven best practices to make the most of your 30-day download
  • Big Data Integration & Analytics: Learn More About Pentaho's End-to-End Solution
    Big Data Integration & Analytics: Learn More About Pentaho's End-to-End Solution
    Jorge Villamariona, Sr. Technical Solutions Manager, Pentaho Recorded: Aug 31 2017 41 mins
    Watch this recorded webinar to learn more about how Pentaho can help you with big data integration and analytics. Other topics include:

    * Pentaho's flexible enterprise-grade platform for blending data across diverse sources, such as Hadoop, NoSQL, relational databases, and enterprise applications

    * Our flexible and interactive business analytics solutions for data exploration, visualization and consumption

    * Embedding Pentaho's full array of business analytics seamlessly into your existing applications to drive data monetization and a better customer experience

    * How customers like Caterpillar leverage Pentaho's end-to-end platform to drive transformational business results and ROI
  • Diferencia entre estabilización y optimización – sobre el control de flotación
    Diferencia entre estabilización y optimización – sobre el control de flotación
    Tano Balbin, Market Area Product Manager Automation, Outotec Recorded: Aug 19 2016 58 mins
    El tema a tratar será ‘Control y estrategia operativa del proceso de flotación’, en el cual Outotec demostrará la importancia de lograr el máximo control en una planta de flotación.

    Algunas de las herramientas básicas y avanzadas que han sido desarrolladas por Outotec serán presentadas a los participantes, así como los pasos para implementar una estrategia de control exitosa – enfatizando la diferencia entre estabilización y optimización de un circuito de flotación. Se invitará a los participantes a discutir los problemas actuales relacionados al control y estrategia operativa con el instructor. La duración de la presentación es de aproximadamente 45 minutos con 15 minutos para preguntas al final.
  • Stabilization versus optimization - insights to flotation control
    Stabilization versus optimization - insights to flotation control
    Ari Rantala, VP Automation product line, Outotec Recorded: Aug 5 2016 56 mins
    The topic in focus will be ‘flotation control and operating philosophy,’ and Outotec will demonstrate the importance of having maximum control over a flotation plant. Some of the basic and advanced tools that have been developed will be introduced to participants, and how to build a successful control strategy will be discussed – highlighting the difference between the stabilization and optimization of a plant. Participants will be invited to discuss current issues in control and operating philosophy with the presenter. Duration of the presentation is approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes Q&A at the end.
  • Mayor rentabilidad en plantas de flotación a través de tecnologías modernas
    Mayor rentabilidad en plantas de flotación a través de tecnologías modernas
    Alejandro Yañez, Senior Sales Manager, Beneficiation, Outotec Recorded: Jul 22 2016 55 mins
    El tema a tratar será el de ‘Modernizaciones y mejoras para plantas de flotación’, y la importancia que tienen las modernizaciones a plantas y equipos de flotación operando bajo las condiciones adversas de la industria de la minería en la actualidad.

    Con más de 100 años de desarrollo, Outotec ha logrado avances substanciales en tecnologías de flotación y control. Las nuevas tecnologías pueden ser utilizadas para reemplazar o mejorar los equipos existentes, logrando así mayores niveles de eficiencia, usabilidad, confiabilidad, estabilidad y flexibilidad. Los cambios en los cuerpos de mineral finalmente resultan en la necesidad de implementar cambios en los equipos existentes. Outotec explorará estos cambios y los últimos desarrollos en tecnología con los participantes, presentando herramientas simples que los asistentes podrán usar para identificar preliminarmente mejoras y sus beneficios. La duración de la presentación es de aproximadamente 45 minutos con 15 minutos para preguntas al final.
  • Boosting flotation profitability with modern technology
    Boosting flotation profitability with modern technology
    Sherwin Morgan, Process Manager, Outotec Recorded: Jul 8 2016 51 mins
    The topic in focus will be ‘flotation modernizations and upgrades,’ and their vital importance in improving plants and processes operating under the current pressure of the mineral processing industry. With over 100 years of development, advances in flotation technology and controls have been substantial. New technology can be used to replace or improve existing equipment, leading to greater levels of efficiency, usability, reliability, stability and flexibility. Changes in ore bodies mean that subsequent changes in equipment are also required – Outotec will explore these changes and latest developments with participants, introducing some simple tools that the audience can use to make preliminary assessments. Duration of the presentation is approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes Q&A at the end.
  • Data at Work - Skills, Part 2
    Data at Work - Skills, Part 2
    Graeme McDermott, Caroline Carruthers and Mark Stubbs Mar 3 2020 10:00 am UTC 24 mins
    Data at Work - Skills, Part 2: Siloed Pockets of Data Expertise. Unearthing Them, Unpacking Them, and Unleashing Their Potential

    In part 2 of our Podcast focusing on Data Skills, our panel of experts discuss how data ops processes are vital to accelerating the provision of data for use by different teams - e.g. Finance or HR, vs traditional environments. Why it's vital to separate the confluence of data and technology. Also covered is how, as well as diversifying in terms of skills, data teams are becoming increasingly diverse in terms of personality and expertise, and why that is important to problem solving. Please note - we recommend that you listen to part 1, before listening to this episode.

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Data at Work - Behavior, Part 1
    Data at Work - Behavior, Part 1
    Roberto Maranca, Caroline Carruthers and Wael Elrifai Mar 10 2020 11:00 am UTC 26 mins
    Data at Work - Behavior, part 1: How and why improving how we treat our data will improve how our data treats us.

    In part 1 of our podcast focusing on data behavior, our expert panel explore some of today's most common and critical data 'behaviors' - both good and bad. At how businesses can address these and their data challenges by building and nurturing active data protocols and communities. And why saying that Data = IT, is like saying that Transport = Car Dealership. Once you have listened to this podcast, please listen to the extended discussion in part 2.

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Data at Work - Behavior, Part 2
    Data at Work - Behavior, Part 2
    Roberto Maranca, Caroline Carruthers and Wael Elrifai Mar 17 2020 10:00 am UTC 25 mins
    Data at Work - Behavior, Part 2: How and why improving how we treat our data will improve how our data treats us

    In part 2 of our podcast focusing on data behavior, our expert panel discuss how vital it is to educate people on processes and expected data behaviors; how for people to get the maximum benefit from data, they must first believe in the data. The necessity of starting any reporting process from the desired outcome - look to validate, prove, change or improve something specific. And finally, that we should never fall into the trap of doing things, just because that's the way they have always been done! Please note - we recommend that you listen to part 1, before listening to this episode

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Data at Work – Leadership: How do you become a leader in data?
    Data at Work – Leadership: How do you become a leader in data?
    Johanna Hutchinson, Peter Jackson and Oylum Tagmac Mar 19 2020 9:00 am UTC 29 mins
    Data at Work – Leadership: How do you become a leader in data? What difference does a good data leader make?

    In our podcast focusing on Data Leadership, our panel of experts discuss the common attributes of good data leadership, to strategize and create advocacy, so that best practice and data insight techniques are adopted across the organization. Using early business gains to establish buy-in is highlighted, along with the practicalities of data leadership within specific roles – including pitfalls to avoid and techniques to adopt.

    Johanna Hutchinson - Head of Data for the Pensions Regulator UK
    Peter Jackson - Director - Group Data Sciences at Legal & General
    Oylum Tagmac - Head of Emerging Solutions & IoT, EMEA at Hitachi Vantara
  • Data at Work – Metrics: What precisely do we mean by data metrics?
    Data at Work – Metrics: What precisely do we mean by data metrics?
    Tamara Castelli, Caroline Carruthers and Gwyn Evans Mar 24 2020 10:00 am UTC 26 mins
    Data at Work – Metrics: What precisely do we mean by data metrics? And what is the best way to gain value from them?

    In our podcast focusing on data metrics, our panel discuss the right way to deploy and use these tools to measure success and drive behaviour. How many metrics should an organisation use? How should they be defined? Who do you involve? And how do you strike the right balance between what works and the mistakes that arise through over-utilisation? Our experts share their experience to cite examples of how best practice can bring tremendous success – and how poor implementation can actually cause significant damage.

    Tamara Castelli - VP of Data & Insight, UNiDAYS
    Caroline Carruthers - Chief Exec, Carruthers & Jackson
    Gwyn Evans - Presales, Hitachi Vantara