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WELCOME TO BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE & ANALYTICS LIVE Hello and welcome to an entire conference dedicated to business intelligence and analytics across two days! This event brings you the latest techniques, tools and systems that are driving business analytics forwards in 2014. This show guide covers every seminar session that you’ll find across both days of the Business Intelligence & Analytics Live conference. Hopefully, you’ve received it in advance of the show, giving you time to open your diary and create a schedule that ticks off your must-attend sessions. The seminar schedule is delivered by some of the best-known names, thought leaders and experts from the world of business analytics, offering cutting-edge advice and demonstrating the latest technologies, products
and services. You’ll find out first-hand from the inspirational experts how you can revolutionise the way you manage your analytics. You’ll hear from the very best speakers, such as Tom Khabaza, Founding Chairman of the Society of Data Miners; and Dan Senter, Head of Business Intelligence for the Services Division at Balfour Beatty. Turn the page now to view the full schedule. Every seminar is free to attend, but places are on a first-come, first-served basis so please make sure you get there early! We look forward to seeing you at the show.
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BIBA SEMINAR SPEAKERS NEIL HARVEY, DAMA
Neil Harvey is the Master Data Governance Coordinator for the European Region of Sealed Air. As such he has over 20 years experience of Data and Information Management within in a Sales and Manufacturing organisation that utilizes ERP, PLM and CRM tools. He is a strong believer that whatever the IT system and whatever the processes they enable, the foundation is the development of the single version of the truth, the so-called Thursday 14.45 - 15.15 “Golden Record”.
GARY NUTTALL, CHAUCER SYNDICATES LTD Over twenty years working on all aspects of information delivery, ranging from basic reporting, Management Information Systems, Executive Information Systems and Decision Support Systems through to Business Intelligence & Analytics. Industry experience includes Retail, Pharmaceuticals, NHS, Wine, Commodities Trading and Insurance. Technology platform exposure ranges PC-Based solutions, mini-computers, main frames, clientserver, remote hosted and cloud-based systems. Product experience included Microsoft BI (SQL, SSAS, SSRA, SSIS, Excel and Sharepoint), Oracle (SQL and OBI), Business Objects and Hyperion/Essbase amongst many other RDBMS, OLTP and OLAP environments. Has successfully designed, developed, managed and implemented numerous BI & DW projects using a standardised approach to overcome the ‘we don’t know what we want but we will tell you what we don’t want’ challenge that is symptomatic of many BI initiatives.
SANJIT ATWAL, SQUAWKA
Doug Richard founded School for Startups to enable new and aspiring entrepreneurs to turn their big ideas into successful enterprises. As a renowned entrepreneur himself, Doug has taught, mentored and provided training to over 25,000 businesses encouraging a more entrepreneurial mind-set to improve bottom line results. In 2006, Doug Richard received an honorary Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion for his work championing entrepreneurship from grass roots level. In 2010 Richard received the Enterprise Educator of the year award from the National Council on Graduate Employment for his work through School for Startups with UK Universities. More recently, Doug has authored the Richard Review on Apprenticeships, received an honorary Doctorate from the Plymouth University and received his UK citizenship in 2013.
Thursday 12.30 - 13.00
NICOLA ASKHAM, THE DATA GOVERNANCE COACH Nicola Askham, The Data Governance Coach, is an independent data management consultant. Her experience in coaching both regulatory and non-regulatory organisations to design and implement full data governance frameworks, is unique within the Data Governance field. The coaching approach enables organisations to self manage the process beyond initial implementation.
Thursday 14.00 - 14.30
Sanjit is Co-Founder and CEO of the award winning Squawka – a 24/7, multi-device companion for football fans around the World that uses real-time data visualisations to explain the game. Since launching in June 2012, Squawka has been used by over 7 million football fans to understand more about the game that they love. Featured in TechCrunch, TheNextWeb, The Drum, EConsultancy and named 30th in T3 magazines feature of 66 British Businesses Changing the World (Sept ‘13).
DOUG RICHARD, SCHOOL FOR STARTUPS
Thursday 11.45 - 12.15
Nicola’s coaching and Data Governance workshops, including Solvency II, ensures an organisation’s data governance framework is embedded as an integral part of the ‘business as usual’ policy. The benefit is that once the framework is in place the organisation will be confident, competent and compliant. Nicola is Director and Committee Member of DAMA UK, on the Expert Panel of Dataqualitypro.com and regularly writes and presents internationally on data governance best practice.
Thursday 15.30 - 16.00
ANWAR MIRZA, TNT EXPRESS Anwar Mirza’s numerous senior positions in financial management have allowed him to be involved in Data Governance & Master Data Governance programs both within TNT and at other companies. Anwar has spoken about his Data Governance implementation methodology and experiences in published articles and seminars for, amongst others, the legal, financial, IT and professional services industries. He is an advisor to many multi-national companies and consulting firms in USA, Australia, Asia and Europe. Anwar is now in the process of embedding his unique perspective on this subject within mainstream Thursday 11.00 - 11.30 education at university level.
11.00 - 11:30 Anwar Mirza, TNT Express Data Governance for Business Intelligence & Analytics Business Management often assume that the information provided to them is always accurate, consistent and complete and why shouldn’t they? Why isn’t information quality inherent as a given with every analytic output or IT solution? This keynote addresses both Business & IT professionals by raising the bar and challenging them to adopt an integrated Data Governance strategy as part of ‘business-as-usual’
TOM KHABAZA, SOCIETY OF DATA MINERS Tom Khabaza is the Founding Chairman of the Society of Data Miners. A data mining veteran of over 20 years and many industries and applications, Tom helped create the world-leading Clementine data mining workbench and the industry standard CRISP-DM methodology, and led the first integrations of data mining and text mining. His recent thought leadership includes the Nine Laws of Data Mining and Predictive Analytics Strategy.
12:30 - 13:00 Doug Richard, School for Startups Alternative funding to grow your small business Be invigorated by Doug’s candid, jargon-free and inspiring style. Whether you have the seed of an idea or you’re looking to grow your enterprise, this is your chance to ask burning questions of one of the world’s most respected business mentors. 13:15 - 13:45 Kiran Pande, Ladbrokes Plc Effective, Efficient - Data Management Ladbrokes has come a long way in realising dynamic business needs, making data available for analytical needs and effective marketing in real time. Challenges still exist, but 2013 and 2014 brought new initiatives to streamline data management, data governance and business intelligence and CRM through processes and technologies. 14:00 - 14:30 Gary Nuttall, Chaucer Syndicates Ltd Welcome to the Business Intelligence Restaurant ‘So, why do we need a Data Warehouse?’, ‘What does a BI Analyst do?’, ‘How can we force our users to use our Corporate Warehouse?’...Questions I’ve heard many times! This seminar uses a powerful analogy to provide answers and help you to put in place a solid foundation for a successful BI/DW initiative.
Thursday 16.15 - 16.45
14:45 - 15:15 Neil Harvey, DAMA How to ensure you understand and can trust your data Getting the balance between good quality data and good decision making can be a challenge for the Master Data Professional. It is often about getting to that “single version of the truth” that that everyone in the organisation will believe and is prepared to use as the basis for good decision making. In this case study Neil provides an example of how this can be achieved.
KIRAN PANDE, LADBROKES PLC Kiran Pande has extensive data warehouse, business intelligence experience in the industry working with consultancies (KPMG), conglomerates (GE) and technology vendors (Teradata) in diverse industries like Retail, Energy, Utilities, Manufacturing, FMCG, Telecom and in public sector in UK to name few. His experience spreads almost all leading Data Warehouse, Business Intelligence technologies. He has worked in 4 continents in countries India, USA, South Africa, Singapore and has now settled in the UK for last 9 years. He brings his wealth of experience to Head the Business Intelligence & CRM function for Ladbrokes. Thursday 13.15 - 13.45
11:45 - 12:15 Sanjit Atwal, Squawka Visualisations: Bringing Data To The Masses Data…its cool, right? But what happens when you try and explain data to someone with no analytical or business acumen? We’ll explore the role of visualisations in helping everyday people learn more about a data-heavy subject, using examples from the world of football to illustrate how fans are getting a better understanding of the game they love.
15:30 -16:00 Nicola Askham, The Data Governance Coach The Date Governance Jigsaw Puzzle A data governance framework is like a jigsaw puzzle, there’s lots of constituent parts and it can look a bit daunting but as long as you have the picture, you can plan an order in which to tackle it. But what do you do if you find yourself taking over a challenging Data Governance initiative part way through and the path to complete implementation is far from clear?
16:15 - 16:45 Tom Khabaza, Society of Data Miners Creating a Predictive Analytics Strategy Many organisations are in need of a strategy for Predictive Analytics, either to implement Predictive Analytics to improve their own business, or for suppliers to define and improve their market position. The seminar will address this need in two ways: by listing and organising the elements which make up such a strategy, and by outlining the activities needed to develop such a strategy in a specific business situation.
BIBA SEMINAR SPEAKERS SIMON GRIFFITHS, BBC Simon joined the BBC in 2006 as a Continuous Improvement Consultant and in 2009 took on the role of Data & Reporting Improvement Manager. More recently he has also been appointed as Business Intelligence Work Stream Lead for Project SMART - an 18-month programme to re-implement the BBC’s SAP estate across Finance, HR, Procurement and Learning. His qualifications include an Engineering Degree, Accountancy, Prince2 and SAP Business Process Expert. He has particular expertise in the provision of MI and associated delivery of analytical tools and techniques.
Friday 11.00 - 11.30
BRENDA JORDAN, CLOUDKPI
DAN SENTER, BALFOUR BEATTY Dan Senter is Head of Business Intelligence for the Services Division at Balfour Beatty, a UK headquartered Infrastructure Services business. Dan has worked in business intelligence, information management, business transformation and change management for the last 10 years, with specialist training in statistical analysis, data management lean six sigma and PRINCE 2 project management. Prior to Balfour Beatty he worked as Continuous Improvement Coach at Tata Steel and Senior Development Engineer at Outokumpu Stainless. He has an MBA from Nottingham Trent Business School and an MEng in Materials Engineering from Birmingham University.
Friday 11.45 - 12.15
Brenda Jordan is a Chartered Management Accountant who has devoted her career to SME’s – helping them thrive and grow with relevant, timely and meaningful business information combined with practical tips, advice and guidance - empowering their decision making process.
NIGEL TURNER, DAMA
Brenda started her career working in a range of industries, before starting her own accountancy practice in 1990. Since then, she has worked with thousands of companies spanning a wide range of sectors – service, retail, catering, manufacturing, IT and hospitality, helping them to achieve clarity into their business performances, and assisting them to act accordingly. She has achieved amazing success with her strategic approach, assisting 98% of her client base to survive the recent crushing recession, most of whom are achieving incremental growth now as a direct result.
Nigel spent much of his career at British Telecommunications plc (BT) where he led an internal enterprise wide data quality improvement programme. This ten year programme was praised by Gartner, Forrester, Ovum Butler and others both for its approach and proven benefits. He also ran a successful Information Management and CRM practice of 200+ people providing consultancy and solutions to many of BT’s corporate customers.
More recently, she has developed a revolutionary, cost effective, analytical online software which allows SME’s to access ‘live’ business performance information that is critical to the development of their enterprises. This is a ‘labour of love’ for Brenda, as she has always been passionate about seeing businesses survive and thrive, and this software enables her to reach further afield with the type of information and assistance required to achieve this goal.
Friday 14.00 - 14.30
Nigel has published many articles & papers on data management and is a regular invited speaker at Information Management events. He is also a part time lecturer at Cardiff University where he teaches a data governance module.
Friday 13.15 - 13.45
ROB SYMES, THE OUTSIDE VIEW Friday 14.45 - 15.15
Rob Symes started his career at Manpower in Sept ‘08 in the depths of the recession. By the end of 2009 he was Manpower’s top billing consultant out of 130 branches. In 2010 he started his own recruitment agency called Campbell Black, with an ambition to never cold call again, a concept, which is unheard of in the world of recruitment. Though he succeeded in this, he grew frustrated with core aspect of recruitment: the inability to quantify why one candidate succeeded in a job, over another. So jumped on a plane to the US and made a documentary with the greatest minds in analytics, including Nobel Prize Winner Daniel Kahneman and the guys behind Moneyball. The documentary became the inception of a new company, The Outside View.
CHARLOTTE RICHARDS, PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE UK Charlotte Richards heads up the Insight & Analytics team at Penguin Random House, looking for innovative ways to support faster, better business decisions and drive performance through the power of insight. She is responsible for developing and executing Penguin Random House’s data strategy, to ensure that the needs and behaviours of the consumer are at the heart of business decision making. She’s a passionate advocate for the “democratisation” of data and has had experience delivering insight-driven solutions in the UK and South Africa.
11.00 - 11:30 Simon Griffiths, BBC Engaging the user - Television and the 5 P’s of Dashboard Design There’s lots of hype out there about big data. But the truth is that many organisations don’t need more data, they just need to make better use of the data they already have. This presentation looks at how the BBC goes about building engaging dashboards and explores what the dashboard designer can learn from the TV programme maker. 11:45 - 12:15 Daniel Senter, Balfour Beatty Agile business intelligence in a controlled environment Business Intelligence (BI) is difficult to get right. Lots of effort is put into planning and developing BI within businesses but rarely get it right. The key to making it successful lies in an agile delivery model that can adapt and respond to change. Borrowing best practice from Agile software development this seminar will look at the key lessons to take forward and make a successful agile BI project. 12:30 - 13:00 Charlotte Richards, Penguin Random House UK A Penguin Case Study: Bringing insight into a heritage business Insight has had a comfortable and established role in many industries – from financial services to grocery – for some time. But it has often been considered an anathema to those in more ‘cultural’ or creative sectors, such as publishing. This presentation looks at how Penguin Random House, the world’s largest consumer publisher, took steps to bring data and insight into the very heart of their business, looking at the challenges and opportunities along the way. 13:15 - 13:45 Nigel Turner, DAMA Discover, Rreview and Cleanse you data Nigel Turner is Vice President of Information Management Strategy at Trillium Software where he is helping current and potential Trillium Software clients start, expand and accelerate their enterprise data quality & data governance initiatives. Before this he worked as an independent consultant and writer on data management, providing consultancy & services to the Institute of Direct Marketing and Trillium Software & its customers. 14:00 - 14:30 Brenda Jordan, CloudKPI Critical Business Intelligence for SME’s Brenda will address the specific business intelligence required by SME business owners, and how they differ from those required by large corporates. Her talk will focus on the immense value to SME business owners of having timely access to their key performance measurements, and the difference it can make to their business, in many cases determining the success or failure of the enterprise.
Friday 12.30 - 13.00
LEE EDWARDS, DAMA Lee has worked for a large multinational for more than 28 years with experience covering business operations before transferring to IT in 1993 where she discovered data modelling in 1997. She became an inaugural member of the project team for the Data Warehouse and, as Data Architect, has led the design to incorporate global data from several disparate business types across 20 different countries into an integrated data model, fulfilling both Management and Regulatory Reporting requirements. Lee is passionate about Data Management and works to progress the industry through serving as Chair of DAMA UK and VP Member Services Friday 15.30 - 16.00 DAMA International.
14:45 - 15:15 Rob Symes, The Outside View Don’t be a Thermostat When a thermostat is worth it is no longer a thermostat. When companies only use 5% of their data, and most people only achieve 5% of their potential. Achieving your potential isn’t about working harder; it’s about machines working harder, so you can work smarter. A smart company will start to build the tools needed to uncover and understand how people, and companies can re-imagine what’s possible.
15:30 -16:00 Lee Edwards, DAMA Data Modelling for BI & A Gain insight on the key elements required for a successful integrated flexible data model to meet BI needs and guidance on best practice around creating, populating and maximising potential for the model. Understand how simplicity is the winning formula to achieve order from potential chaos.
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