Powered by

20 - 22 Sep • Europe • Online

The Future of the Data Leader

Days

Hours

Mins

Secs

Data & Analytics Summit

A recurring theme among analytics and data science leaders is the concern of not being able to keep up with all of the rapid change taking place – both individually and as a team.

Sense check your approach with like-minded industry experts, sharing insight on business-critical challenges and disruptive technology and drive your industry forward collaboratively.

70

Attendees

100%

Senior Executives

9 Hrs

Industry Insights
image/svg+xml Watch video

Why Attend

Connect with 70+ senior Data & Analytics leaders for a curated agenda focused on tackling your current business critical challenges and driving industry forward.

Our summits are designed to help you:

Build new connections with likeminded senior leaders

Stay current with emerging business trends

Understand the impact new technology can make

De-risk new projects by gaining a broad range of insights 

Accelerate key projects through meaningful new partnerships

Downloadable and actionable takeaways

Event Agenda

Day one
Day two
Day three

09:00 - 09:15

09:00 - 09:15

Opening Remarks

09:15 - 09:45

09:15 - 09:45

Keynote

09:45 - 10:25

09:45 - 10:25

Panel Discussion

Data Driven Leadership - Is There a Crisis?

Today's business leaders are expected to be data-driven and to use data as an important source of input when making important decisions, regardless of whether they’re small and routine or big and highly strategic. Thus, meaning that the usefulness of data has become a well-accepted fact.

This panel will explore the following key questions:
•Why is it important for business leaders to be data driven?
•The importance of creating a data-driven culture?
•How do you communicate the need to accelerate, rather than slow, investments in data and analytics to business leaders?
•How can we nurture leaders to create a culture where neurodiverse talent can flourish?
•How can we evolve our data literacy and empower everyone in the organization to derive value from data?

10:25 - 10:35

10:25 - 10:35

Insights Break

10:35 - 11:25

10:35 - 11:25

Roundtables

Track 1: Emerging Tech and Delivering at Scale

Data presents an invaluable opportunity for firms to innovate but with the volume and complexity of data executives face a number of obstacles. Harnessing the right innovative technologies to handle the volume and complexity of data requires a stack of advanced machinery, including high-performance data stores, reliable and fast data processing pipelines, powerful analytical models, flexible integration layers, and interactive visualization systems.

This roundtable will explore the following key questions:
•How can we make interactions with data easier while ensuring smooth and controllable information diffusion throughout the enterprise.
•How can data leaders drive change while bridging the gap between businesses and technologies?
•To examine how can we use Analytics, including AI and the subfield of deep machine learning more effectively to innovate?
•How to utilize the data to analyze past and present trends, ideas, and market behavior?

Track 2: Making Data driven decisions, talent and culture - The importance of how they work hand in hand.

Data is sustaining new business models and transforming how companies organize, operate, manage talent, and create value. Thus, data is seen as a double-edged sword for leaders, the ability to seize the potential of advanced analytics, while simultaneously avoiding its hazards, is becoming harder.

This roundtable will explore the following key questions:
•What opportunities will upskilling non-tech employees in data and analytics bring and are there any challenges that will also arise?
•How can we obtain a strong, unified commitment from all levels of management?
•In what way can we empower the front lines to make analytics- driven decisions?
•How has the role of data within your organization changed as a result of the global pandemic?

Track 3: Data & Analytics Strategies driving the future

Gartner says traditional data and analytics strategies cannot satisfy digital business demands. But Gartner analysts predict that by 2025, 70% of enterprises will move from big data to small and wide data (or data that comes from a variety of sources), thus enabling more context for analytics and intelligent decision-making.

This roundtable will explore the following key questions:
•How can we help our enterprise examine how the use of internal and external data can reinvent how we deliver value?
•What does the future of big data analytics have in store?
•How can we develop a clear data strategy with a strong data governance?

11:25 - 11:28

11:25 - 11:28

Short Break

11:30 - 12:10

11:30 - 12:10

Masterclass Breakouts

12:11 - 12:41

12:11 - 12:41

Headline Keynote

How Healthcare has Progressed through Better Application of Data

Healthcare can learn so much from how retail has used data to achieve loyalty. Personalised healthcare delivered on the high street to help the NHS in the UK as it recovers from the pandemic can achieve new highs through better applications of data and ensuring that customers and patients are at the centre of their journeys every time, they need help.

Rich Corbridge Chief Information Officer, Boots

09:00 - 09:10

09:00 - 09:10

Opening Remarks

09:10 - 09:40

09:10 - 09:40

Keynote

How Love Island learned to swipe right to accelerate digital transformation

Sanjeevan Bala Group Chief Data & AI Officer, ITV

09:42 - 10:22

09:42 - 10:22

Panel Discussion

Big Data & AI in Customer Centricity

Technology is evolving the lives of people, and drastically changing the way businesses operate. This means every industry is focusing on adopting new technologies in their businesses, even the customer service industry as it has turned into a new stepping stone for businesses.
Whilst customers have access to the product information, businesses have access to customer data and ways they can reach their customers. Therefore, it has become clear for businesses to offer a smooth customer service experience in all aspects.

This panel will explore the following key questions:
•How is AI being used in the customer service industry?
•How can we embrace technology to help drive a more customer focused strategy?
•How can we deliver on the promise of a customer-centric approach

10:22 - 10:32

10:22 - 10:32

Insight Break

10:32 - 10:35

10:32 - 10:35

Short Break

10:35 - 11:25

10:35 - 11:25

Roundtables

Track 1: Emerging Tech and Delivering at Scale

Data presents an invaluable opportunity for firms to innovate but with the volume and complexity of data executives face a number of obstacles. Harnessing the right innovative technologies to handle the volume and complexity of data requires a stack of advanced machinery, including high-performance data stores, reliable and fast data processing pipelines, powerful analytical models, flexible integration layers, and interactive visualization systems.

This roundtable will explore the following key questions:
•How can we make interactions with data easier while ensuring smooth and controllable information diffusion throughout the enterprise.
•How can data leaders drive change while bridging the gap between businesses and technologies?
•To examine how can we use Analytics, including AI and the subfield of deep machine learning more effectively to innovate?
•How to utilize the data to analyze past and present trends, ideas, and market behavior?

Track 2: Making Data driven decisions, talent and culture - The importance of how they work hand in hand

Data is sustaining new business models and transforming how companies organize, operate, manage talent, and create value. Thus, data is seen as a double-edged sword for leaders, the ability to seize the potential of advanced analytics, while simultaneously avoiding its hazards, is becoming harder.

This roundtable will explore the following key questions:
•What opportunities will upskilling non-tech employees in data and analytics bring and are there any challenges that will also arise?
•How can we obtain a strong, unified commitment from all levels of management?
•In what way can we empower the front lines to make analytics- driven decisions?
•How has the role of data within your organization changed as a result of the global pandemic?

Track 3: Data & Analytics Strategies driving the future

Gartner says traditional data and analytics strategies cannot satisfy digital business demands. But Gartner analysts predict that by 2025, 70% of enterprises will move from big data to small and wide data (or data that comes from a variety of sources), thus enabling more context for analytics and intelligent decision-making.

This roundtable will explore the following key questions:
•How can we help our enterprise examine how the use of internal and external data can reinvent how we deliver value?
•What does the future of big data analytics have in store?
•How can we develop a clear data strategy with a strong data governance?

11:26 - 11:56

11:26 - 11:56

Innovation Exchange Keynote

11:58 - 12:30

11:58 - 12:30

Closing Prime Keynote

09:00 - 09:10

09:00 - 09:10

Opening Remarks

09:10 - 09:40

09:10 - 09:40

Keynote

09:41 - 10:21

09:41 - 10:21

Panel Discussion

Data Management vs Data Governance

Data management and data governance are not the same things, however they are both essential to ensure the successful and beneficial use of data in your company. The ultimate goal is to determine a holistic approach to control data assets, so that you can get the most value from the data. Technology should support data governance through automation, scaling and augmentation.

This panel will explore the following key questions:
•How can leaders balance innovation and governance successfully?
•How can we design a data governance plan that is strong against any disruption that may occur in the future?
•How can data governance and data management build a strong data foundation?
•What specific actions are required to stay ‘safe’ amid data chaos?

10:22 - 10:32

10:22 - 10:32

Insight Break

10:32 - 11:22

10:32 - 11:22

Roundtable Leaders Panel

11:22 - 11:25

11:22 - 11:25

Short Break

11:30 - 12:00

11:30 - 12:00

Innovation Exchange Keynote

12:01 - 12:31

12:01 - 12:31

Closing Keynote

12:31 - 12:41

12:31 - 12:41

Insight Break -Closing Comments

Event Highlights

Immerse yourself in the most advanced virtual event platform, blending the convenience and reach of digital with the interaction of physical events. Experience the new way to network with peers with interactive features including:

Audience Interaction

Engage with a virtual live audience just as you would at a physical event and create meaningful conversations.

Live Polling

The ultimate live polling and gamification tools, keeping your audience engaged.

Audience Q&A

Enabling our team to help you control your session experience.

Interactive Quizzes

Interactive quizzes to gamify your session.

Thought Leadership

Content and insight from industry experts when it matters most.

FAQs

Still have a question contact us below

Previous attendees include