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Chief Data & Analytics Officer Brisbane

5-6 March 2019

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Conference Day 1
March 5th 2019
08:20

Coffee & Registration

Coffee & Registration

March 5 | 08:20 - 08:50

Speaking:

08:50

Opening Remarks by Conference Chair

Opening Remarks by Conference Chair

March 5 | 08:50 - 08:55

Speaking:

08:55

Queensland’s 1st ‘Whole of Government’ Data Analytics Centre (DAC) Pilot – Progress after 18 months

  • Developing the architecture for data sharing across multiple agencies
  • Selling the benefits of data sharing to government and agencies and building trust
  • Demonstrating success with AI and data science: Use case examples

Speaking:

charlotte

Charlotte Grezlo

Executive Director - Data Sharing and Analytics , Digital Technology and Services, Queensland Government

jeffrye

Jeffrey Popova-Clark

Director, Data Analytics Platform, Department of Housing and Public Works

Queensland’s 1st ‘Whole of Government’ Data Analytics Centre (DAC) Pilot – Progress after 18 months

March 5 | 08:55 - 09:20

  • Developing the architecture for data sharing across multiple agencies
  • Selling the benefits of data sharing to government and agencies and building trust
  • Demonstrating success with AI and data science: Use case examples

Speaking:

jeffrye

Jeffrey Popova-Clark

Department of Housing and Public Works

charlotte

Charlotte Grezlo

Digital Technology and Services, Queensland Government

09:20

Transforming Audit: The Power of Data Analytics to transform the undertaking of financial report audits

  • Using data analytics to check data of much larger sets of information from a wide variety of agencies
  • Coping with the high volume of transactions with analytics technology
  • Using data from a variety of formats and transforming it into one common format for analysis

Transforming Audit: The Power of Data Analytics to transform the undertaking of financial report audits

March 5 | 09:20 - 09:45

  • Using data analytics to check data of much larger sets of information from a wide variety of agencies
  • Coping with the high volume of transactions with analytics technology
  • Using data from a variety of formats and transforming it into one common format for analysis

Speaking:

09:45

Panel: Creating and executing a BI strategy and data roadmap

  • Developing the most suitable data blueprint for your organisation: getting clear on your vision for the next 3-5 years and key KPIs to measure and achieve
  • Identifying and implementing the best process/technology and understanding what path you will take
  • Ensuring effective data governance and leading the charge on the execution of your data roadmap

Speaking:

adam holster

Adam Holster

Director, Customer Research & Analytics, NAB

glen wiblin

Glen Wiblin

Head of Information and Insights, Sydney Airport

charlotte

Charlotte Grezlo

Executive Director - Data Sharing and Analytics , Digital Technology and Services, Queensland Government

Panel: Creating and executing a BI strategy and data roadmap

March 5 | 09:45 - 10:25

  • Developing the most suitable data blueprint for your organisation: getting clear on your vision for the next 3-5 years and key KPIs to measure and achieve
  • Identifying and implementing the best process/technology and understanding what path you will take
  • Ensuring effective data governance and leading the charge on the execution of your data roadmap

Speaking:

adam holster

Adam Holster

NAB

charlotte

Charlotte Grezlo

Digital Technology and Services, Queensland Government

glen wiblin

Glen Wiblin

Sydney Airport

10:25

Speed Networking

Speed Networking

March 5 | 10:25 - 10:45

Speaking:

10:45

Morning Tea

Morning Tea

March 5 | 10:45 - 11:15

Speaking:

11:15

Creating a solid approach to transformation and underpinning your strategy with data

  • Integrating data to underpin and inform your transformation initiative
  • How to get your transformation team and data unit working collaboratively and effectively
  • Aligning both your data and transformation roadmaps across customer, technology, and process

Speaking:

kyusik

Kyusik Kim

Head of Advanced Analytics and AI, Westpac

Creating a solid approach to transformation and underpinning your strategy with data

March 5 | 11:15 - 11:40

  • Integrating data to underpin and inform your transformation initiative
  • How to get your transformation team and data unit working collaboratively and effectively
  • Aligning both your data and transformation roadmaps across customer, technology, and process

Speaking:

kyusik

Kyusik Kim

Westpac

11:40

Partner Presentation by Certus: Data Lakes Vs Data Warehouse; Managing The Rising Tide

With the advent of cloud platforms such as Azure DW and Snowflake, are Enterprise Data Warehouses in danger of becoming swamped by a rising tide of Cloud-based data lake services? How can your data warehouse keep pace with an Agile business’s need to reduce delivery cycles, and deliver data services that are future proof, reusable and cost effective but, still maintain the data governance and processes to ensure the integrity and value of your data. Join us as we explore how modern Data Warehouses can leverage the new breed of cloud based platforms to maximise their effectiveness.

Speaking:

nols

Nols Ebersohn

Principal Architect Data Vault 2.0, Certus

Partner Presentation by Certus: Data Lakes Vs Data Warehouse; Managing The Rising Tide

March 5 | 11:40 - 12:05

With the advent of cloud platforms such as Azure DW and Snowflake, are Enterprise Data Warehouses in danger of becoming swamped by a rising tide of Cloud-based data lake services? How can your data warehouse keep pace with an Agile business’s need to reduce delivery cycles, and deliver data services that are future proof, reusable and cost effective but, still maintain the data governance and processes to ensure the integrity and value of your data. Join us as we explore how modern Data Warehouses can leverage the new breed of cloud based platforms to maximise their effectiveness.

Speaking:

nols

Nols Ebersohn

Certus

12:05

Integrating data driven recommendations into customer conversations

  • Proactively engaging with and lifting the value of every customer interaction
  • Investing in the right data and analytics capabilities to improve customer interactions
  • How to transform data into information and understand the most valuable pieces to drive ROI
  • Ensuring data is being used in the right way across the business

Speaking:

ben pattison

Ben Pattison

Head of Customer Data Science, Medibank

Integrating data driven recommendations into customer conversations

March 5 | 12:05 - 12:30

  • Proactively engaging with and lifting the value of every customer interaction
  • Investing in the right data and analytics capabilities to improve customer interactions
  • How to transform data into information and understand the most valuable pieces to drive ROI
  • Ensuring data is being used in the right way across the business

Speaking:

ben pattison

Ben Pattison

Medibank

12:30

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch

March 5 | 12:30 - 13:30

Speaking:

Track A - Operational Analytics

1:30

Implementing an Enterprise Data Warehouse and Sustaining Impressive Returns

  • Creating and sustaining an effective data warehouse
  • Leveraging the warehouse to improve data quality and usage across the organisation
  • Lessons learnt: what went well and what should have been avoided

Speaking:

kristi salmi

Kristi Salmi

Head of Product and Data Science, MoneyCatcha

Implementing an Enterprise Data Warehouse and Sustaining Impressive Returns

March 5 | 13:30 - 13:55

  • Creating and sustaining an effective data warehouse
  • Leveraging the warehouse to improve data quality and usage across the organisation
  • Lessons learnt: what went well and what should have been avoided

Speaking:

kristi salmi

Kristi Salmi

MoneyCatcha

Track B - Governance & Quality

1:30

Key Data Consulting: How Affinity Education Group transformed its business by driving a culture of Analytics

• Bringing together multiple-disparate data sources to form a single source of truth, a common view

• Moving from a reactive what happened to proactive forward facing insights that enable the business to meaningfully impact the desired result

• Challenges faced by the industry and how analytics has helped Affinity Education Group gain a competitive edge

Speaking:

thomas mcdade

Thomas McDade

Director of Innovation and Commerce, Affinity Education Group

Key Data Consulting: How Affinity Education Group transformed its business by driving a culture of Analytics

March 14 | 13:30 - 13:55

• Bringing together multiple-disparate data sources to form a single source of truth, a common view

• Moving from a reactive what happened to proactive forward facing insights that enable the business to meaningfully impact the desired result

• Challenges faced by the industry and how analytics has helped Affinity Education Group gain a competitive edge

Speaking:

thomas mcdade

Thomas McDade

Affinity Education Group

Track A - Operational Analytics

1:55

Leveraging analytics in logistics to improve delivery performance and customer retention

  • Estimate the ROI for predictive analytics to support investment decisions
  • Gaining investment support from senior executives for big data analytics
  • Operationalising analytics to improve delivery performance and customer retention

Speaking:

bart watson

Bart Watson

Head of Insights, Toll Global Express

Leveraging analytics in logistics to improve delivery performance and customer retention

March 14 | 13:55 - 14:20

  • Estimate the ROI for predictive analytics to support investment decisions
  • Gaining investment support from senior executives for big data analytics
  • Operationalising analytics to improve delivery performance and customer retention

Speaking:

bart watson

Bart Watson

Toll Global Express

Track B - Governance & Quality

1:55

Building an analytics and reporting system from scratch

  • Key success factors in getting a Data Warehouse from concept to deployed
  • Building a data driven and self-serve culture
  • Examples of realised benefits from the investment

Speaking:

clinton mcgregor

Clinton McGregor

Head of Pricing and Analytics, CUA

Building an analytics and reporting system from scratch

March 14 | 13:55 - 14:20

  • Key success factors in getting a Data Warehouse from concept to deployed
  • Building a data driven and self-serve culture
  • Examples of realised benefits from the investment

Speaking:

clinton mcgregor

Clinton McGregor

CUA

Track A - Operational Analytics

2:20

Gaining a real-time view of your assets and enhancing the performance of your operations

  • Sharing information in the transparent form of dashboards
  • Monitoring assets and making more effective decisions and immediate changes or fixes whenever necessary
  • Becoming more proactive and predictive through the use of real-time analytics
  • Leveraging analytics to mitigate risk and embedding this practice in every-day decisions

Speaking:

alan riesenweber

Alan Riesenweber

Practice Director, Data & Analytics - GHD Digital, GHD

Gaining a real-time view of your assets and enhancing the performance of your operations

March 5 | 14:20 - 14:45

  • Sharing information in the transparent form of dashboards
  • Monitoring assets and making more effective decisions and immediate changes or fixes whenever necessary
  • Becoming more proactive and predictive through the use of real-time analytics
  • Leveraging analytics to mitigate risk and embedding this practice in every-day decisions

Speaking:

alan riesenweber

Alan Riesenweber

GHD

Track B - Governance & Quality

2:20

Building, managing and fully utilising your data warehouse

  • Creating the systems, tools, processes and governance to manage information more effectively
  • Converting data from disparate sources into high-quality information
  • Creating consistent, actionable and useful data to drive competitive advantage
  • Exploiting data assets for maximum advantage

Speaking:

roleant vos

Roelant Vos

General Manager, Enterprise Data Management , Allianz

Building, managing and fully utilising your data warehouse

March 5 | 14:20 - 14:45

  • Creating the systems, tools, processes and governance to manage information more effectively
  • Converting data from disparate sources into high-quality information
  • Creating consistent, actionable and useful data to drive competitive advantage
  • Exploiting data assets for maximum advantage

Speaking:

roleant vos

Roelant Vos

Allianz

Track A - Operational Analytics

2:45

Lightning Talks

As the name suggests, to grab your attention after lunch, each presenter will cover their area of focus at lightning speed, with 5-7 min overviews of what they have achieved. The group will then split and you then have the choice of which topic to continue listening to in a more interactive format.

Lightning Talks

March 5 | 14:45 - 14:45

As the name suggests, to grab your attention after lunch, each presenter will cover their area of focus at lightning speed, with 5-7 min overviews of what they have achieved. The group will then split and you then have the choice of which topic to continue listening to in a more interactive format.

Speaking:

Track A - Operational Analytics

2:45

Predictive Asset Maintenance: Using data for asset maintenance to lower cost and increase efficiency

Speaking:

josh symonds

Josh Symonds

Regional leader - Spatial & Data Engineering, Arup

Predictive Asset Maintenance: Using data for asset maintenance to lower cost and increase efficiency

March 5 | 14:45 - 14:50

Speaking:

josh symonds

Josh Symonds

Arup

Track B - Governance & Quality

2:45

Quality Talent: Communicating with HR and designing the interview to uncover whether your talent prospect is the perfect fit and whether your company is right for them

Speaking:

tim freestone

Tim Freestone

Head of Data Analytics Development, HotelsCombined

Quality Talent: Communicating with HR and designing the interview to uncover whether your talent prospect is the perfect fit and whether your company is right for them

March 5 | 14:45 - 14:50

Speaking:

tim freestone

Tim Freestone

HotelsCombined

Track B - Governance & Quality

2:45

Lightning Talks

As the name suggests, to grab your attention after lunch, each presenter will cover their area of focus at lightning speed, with 5-7 min overviews of what they have achieved. The group will then split and you then have the choice of which topic to continue listening to in a more interactive format.

Lightning Talks

March 5 | 14:45 - 14:45

As the name suggests, to grab your attention after lunch, each presenter will cover their area of focus at lightning speed, with 5-7 min overviews of what they have achieved. The group will then split and you then have the choice of which topic to continue listening to in a more interactive format.

Speaking:

Track A - Operational Analytics

2:50

Improving your asset performance: Leveraging analytics to reduce maintenance cost and increase efficiency

Improving your asset performance: Leveraging analytics to reduce maintenance cost and increase efficiency

March 5 | 14:50 - 14:55

Speaking:

Track B - Governance & Quality

2:50

Data privacy & protection: have you got a solid framework and policy?

Data privacy & protection: have you got a solid framework and policy?

March 5 | 14:50 - 14:55

Speaking:

Track A - Operational Analytics

2:55

Strategic growth: Leveraging your analytics to drive the most profitable growth and identify new areas of opportunity

Speaking:

wayne meecham

Wayne Meecham

Head of Data and Analytics, Ladbrokes

Strategic growth: Leveraging your analytics to drive the most profitable growth and identify new areas of opportunity

March 5 | 14:55 - 15:00

Speaking:

wayne meecham

Wayne Meecham

Ladbrokes

Track B - Governance & Quality

2:55

Data governance: ensuring you have the platform and excel at the basics to advance your initiative

Data governance: ensuring you have the platform and excel at the basics to advance your initiative

March 5 | 14:55 - 15:00

Speaking:

Track A - Operational Analytics

3:00

Lightning Talks Breakout Groups

Select one of the three lightning speakers to continue listening to as the room breaks into three separate groups.

Lightning Talks Breakout Groups

March 5 | 15:00 - 15:30

Select one of the three lightning speakers to continue listening to as the room breaks into three separate groups.

Speaking:

Track B - Governance & Quality

3:00

Lightning Talks Breakout Groups

Select one of the three lightning speakers to continue listening to as the room breaks into three separate groups.

Lightning Talks Breakout Groups

March 5 | 15:00 - 15:30

Select one of the three lightning speakers to continue listening to as the room breaks into three separate groups.

Speaking:

3:30

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

March 5 | 15:30 - 16:00

Speaking:

4:00

Partner Session by Informatica: Why Australian Enterprise must use Data as a Strategic Weapon

  • Why Data is the critical foundation to ANY enterprise initiative       
  • How Australian organisations are using the power of their data to unify their business, and accelerate their data initiatives, beyond just compliance and information management  
  • Why a platform approach will support an agile transformation programme
  • The importance of a data governance framework to  build confidence across your business and with your customers

Speaking:

Nick smith

Nick Smith

Country Manager, ANZ, Informatica

Partner Session by Informatica: Why Australian Enterprise must use Data as a Strategic Weapon

March 5 | 16:00 - 16:25

  • Why Data is the critical foundation to ANY enterprise initiative       
  • How Australian organisations are using the power of their data to unify their business, and accelerate their data initiatives, beyond just compliance and information management  
  • Why a platform approach will support an agile transformation programme
  • The importance of a data governance framework to  build confidence across your business and with your customers

Speaking:

Nick smith

Nick Smith

Informatica

4:25

Panel: Analysing your analytics initiative and fine-tuning the success

  • What worked, what didn’t, how does the hype compare with the reality?
  • Overcoming the divide over who owns data: IT or the Business?
  • Next steps in progressing your data initiative

Speaking:

nik moss

Nicholas Moss

Principal Analytics Architect, Queensland Police

kate king

Kate King

Manager, Analytics & BI Enablement, Queensland Urban Utilities

Andreas Sandmann

Andreas Sandmann

Manager, Information & Business Intelligence, Anglicare Southern Queensland

Panel: Analysing your analytics initiative and fine-tuning the success

March 5 | 16:25 - 16:50

  • What worked, what didn’t, how does the hype compare with the reality?
  • Overcoming the divide over who owns data: IT or the Business?
  • Next steps in progressing your data initiative

Speaking:

kate king

Kate King

Queensland Urban Utilities

nik moss

Nicholas Moss

Queensland Police

Andreas Sandmann

Andreas Sandmann

Anglicare Southern Queensland

4:50

Data storytelling and visualisation: Making a technical language easy to understand and compelling to use

  • How to take a mass of complex information and tell a relevant and insightful story to gain buy in across business
  • Understanding the key elements and commercial benefits of your data to ensure each part of the business can make strategic use of it
  • Investing in making better use of data and presentation tools to ensure all end users understand it

Speaking:

alastair liptrot-1

Alastair Liptrot

Head of Insights and Category Development, Simplot

Data storytelling and visualisation: Making a technical language easy to understand and compelling to use

March 5 | 16:50 - 17:15

  • How to take a mass of complex information and tell a relevant and insightful story to gain buy in across business
  • Understanding the key elements and commercial benefits of your data to ensure each part of the business can make strategic use of it
  • Investing in making better use of data and presentation tools to ensure all end users understand it

Speaking:

alastair liptrot-1

Alastair Liptrot

Simplot

5:05

Champagne Clinic Choice 1: Governance & Privacy

Champagne Clinic Choice 1: Governance & Privacy

March 5 | 17:05 - 17:35

Speaking:

5:05

Champagne Clinic Choice 2: Talent: It’s not about the best, it’s about the best fit

Champagne Clinic Choice 2: Talent: It’s not about the best, it’s about the best fit

March 5 | 17:05 - 17:35

Speaking:

5:05

Champagne Clinic Choice 3: Data infrastructure and improving systems

Champagne Clinic Choice 3: Data infrastructure and improving systems

March 5 | 17:05 - 17:35

Speaking:

5:05

Champagne Clinic Choice 4: Predictive asset maintenance

Champagne Clinic Choice 4: Predictive asset maintenance

March 5 | 17:05 - 17:35

Speaking:

5:35

Networking Drinks

Networking Drinks

March 5 | 17:35 - 19:00

Speaking:

Conference Day 2
March 6th 2019
08:20

Coffee & Registration

Coffee & Registration

March 6 | 08:20 - 09:00

Speaking:

09:00

Opening Remarks by Conference Chair & Day 1 Summary

Opening Remarks by Conference Chair & Day 1 Summary

March 6 | 09:00 - 09:05

Speaking:

09:05

Talent: Building the right data teams and integrating them into the organisation

  • Mapping out the different roles of your ideal data team and finding the appropriate talent in the smaller Brisbane market
  • Aligning skills and experience with your strategy to plug the gap and fulfil your vision
  • Ensuring talent doesn't go to waste: spreading and embedding data across the organisation
  • Identifying and leveraging existing staff who have analytics skills and using them as ambassadors to show how to integrate data into your everyday role

Speaking:

virginia wheway

Virginia Wheway

Manager, Data Science and Analytics, Thiess

Talent: Building the right data teams and integrating them into the organisation

March 6 | 09:05 - 09:30

  • Mapping out the different roles of your ideal data team and finding the appropriate talent in the smaller Brisbane market
  • Aligning skills and experience with your strategy to plug the gap and fulfil your vision
  • Ensuring talent doesn't go to waste: spreading and embedding data across the organisation
  • Identifying and leveraging existing staff who have analytics skills and using them as ambassadors to show how to integrate data into your everyday role

Speaking:

virginia wheway

Virginia Wheway

Thiess

09:30

Panel: Developing on your data foundation for future effective ML and AI capabilities

  • Getting the fundamental data infrastructure in place to next develop advanced Machine Learning and Ai capabilities
  • Creating an AI and Machine Learning roadmap and ensuring you have the strategy and capabilities in place to execute it
  • Understanding the best direction to take for your organisation with regard to advancing your data platform

Speaking:

kyusik

Kyusik Kim

Head of Advanced Analytics and AI, Westpac

bart watson

Bart Watson

Head of Insights, Toll Global Express

nik moss

Nicholas Moss

Principal Analytics Architect, Queensland Police

Panel: Developing on your data foundation for future effective ML and AI capabilities

March 6 | 09:30 - 10:10

  • Getting the fundamental data infrastructure in place to next develop advanced Machine Learning and Ai capabilities
  • Creating an AI and Machine Learning roadmap and ensuring you have the strategy and capabilities in place to execute it
  • Understanding the best direction to take for your organisation with regard to advancing your data platform

Speaking:

kyusik

Kyusik Kim

Westpac

bart watson

Bart Watson

Toll Global Express

nik moss

Nicholas Moss

Queensland Police

10:10

Interview: Executive support: Selling your data vision and strategy

  • Building the business case to start or further resource your data initiative
  • Gaining support through expertise and having the right conversations with executive stakeholders
  • Leveraging a strategic partner to drive credibility and gain buy-in

Speaking:

tony laing

Tony Laing

General Manager, Analytics and Data Services, Auto & General

Interview: Executive support: Selling your data vision and strategy

March 6 | 10:10 - 10:35

  • Building the business case to start or further resource your data initiative
  • Gaining support through expertise and having the right conversations with executive stakeholders
  • Leveraging a strategic partner to drive credibility and gain buy-in

Speaking:

tony laing

Tony Laing

Auto & General

10:35

Analytics in the C-suite: The ins and outs of what will drive success and further support

  • How to ensure analytics are relevant, accurate and effective for strategic decisions
  • Understanding what senior stakeholders need and the most beneficial data and insights to equip them with day-to-day
  • Gaining more influence and support through proving the ROI of the data you are providing

Speaking:

gaurav ahuja-1

Gaurav Ahuja

Head of Digital Analytics, Big W

Analytics in the C-suite: The ins and outs of what will drive success and further support

March 6 | 10:35 - 11:00

  • How to ensure analytics are relevant, accurate and effective for strategic decisions
  • Understanding what senior stakeholders need and the most beneficial data and insights to equip them with day-to-day
  • Gaining more influence and support through proving the ROI of the data you are providing

Speaking:

gaurav ahuja-1

Gaurav Ahuja

Big W

11:00

Morning Tea

Morning Tea

March 6 | 11:00 - 11:30

Speaking:

11:30

Rotating Roundtables

This is your chance to select 3 tables of your choice to interact with not only your peers, but the facilitator of your table, to delve deeper into the topic and collectively discuss and create practical solutions to help advance your work in this area. Each discussion will last 40-minute before a quick 5-minute changeover.

Rotating Roundtables

March 6 | 11:30 - 11:30

This is your chance to select 3 tables of your choice to interact with not only your peers, but the facilitator of your table, to delve deeper into the topic and collectively discuss and create practical solutions to help advance your work in this area. Each discussion will last 40-minute before a quick 5-minute changeover.

Speaking:

Rotating Roundtables

11:30

Table 1: Talent: Building the right data teams and integrating them into the organisation

Speaking:

greg rehbok

Greg Rehbock

Actuarial Manager (Data Analytics)/Head of Sales Strategy & Management Information, Youi

Table 1: Talent: Building the right data teams and integrating them into the organisation

March 6 | 11:30 - 12:35

Speaking:

greg rehbok

Greg Rehbock

Youi

Rotating Roundtables

11:30

Table 2: Culture: How to create and embedding a data rich environment

Speaking:

tony laing

Tony Laing

General Manager, Analytics and Data Services, Auto & General

Table 2: Culture: How to create and embedding a data rich environment

March 6 | 11:30 - 12:35

Speaking:

tony laing

Tony Laing

Auto & General

Rotating Roundtables

11:30

Table 3: Operational Excellence: Driving transformation and efficiency through operational insights

Speaking:

wayne meecham

Wayne Meecham

Head of Data and Analytics, Ladbrokes

Table 3: Operational Excellence: Driving transformation and efficiency through operational insights

March 6 | 11:30 - 12:35

Speaking:

wayne meecham

Wayne Meecham

Ladbrokes

Rotating Roundtables

11:30

Table 4: How to use data to drive business value and work closely with the data and governance function

Speaking:

adam holster

Adam Holster

Director, Customer Research & Analytics, NAB

Table 4: How to use data to drive business value and work closely with the data and governance function

March 6 | 11:30 - 12:35

Speaking:

adam holster

Adam Holster

NAB

Rotating Roundtables

11:30

Table 5: Talent Pipeline and Quality: Ensuring you are selecting the best people to drive forward your data initiative

Speaking:

Shazia Sadiq

Shazia Sadiq

Professor - School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, The University of Queensland

Table 5: Talent Pipeline and Quality: Ensuring you are selecting the best people to drive forward your data initiative

March 6 | 11:30 - 12:35

Speaking:

Shazia Sadiq

Shazia Sadiq

The University of Queensland

Rotating Roundtables

11:30

Table 6: Topic TBC

Speaking:

kristi salmi

Kristi Salmi

Head of Product and Data Science, MoneyCatcha

Table 6: Topic TBC

March 6 | 11:30 - 12:35

Speaking:

kristi salmi

Kristi Salmi

MoneyCatcha

12:30

Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch

March 6 | 12:30 - 13:30

Speaking:

1:30

Leveraging existing talent and data capabilities across the organisation

  • Identifying and leveraging existing analytics skillets in staff and using this to embed and spread a data culture
  • Taking a more governed approach to data and providing everyone with the toolset
  • Speeding up delivery of powerful and useful analytics by 200 fold

Speaking:

rachel fojtik

Rachel Fojtik

Director, Analytics and Performance, Mater Health

Leveraging existing talent and data capabilities across the organisation

March 6 | 13:30 - 13:55

  • Identifying and leveraging existing analytics skillets in staff and using this to embed and spread a data culture
  • Taking a more governed approach to data and providing everyone with the toolset
  • Speeding up delivery of powerful and useful analytics by 200 fold

Speaking:

rachel fojtik

Rachel Fojtik

Mater Health

2:00

Panel: Culture, communication and common ground: reducing silos among systems and staff to share insights

  • Reducing silos and integrating mature data pockets across the organisation
  • Collating information and linking insight from different sources
  • Consolidating data in one environment across disparate systems and collection methods
  • Ensuring all functions interact with each other in response to organisational issues and opportunities
  • Creating and sustaining a cultural change to support the ongoing communication and integration of data

Speaking:

greg rehbok

Greg Rehbock

Actuarial Manager (Data Analytics)/Head of Sales Strategy & Management Information, Youi

maria zappalla

Maria Zappala

Former Head of Business Improvement, Anglo American

rachel fojtik

Rachel Fojtik

Director, Analytics and Performance, Mater Health

Panel: Culture, communication and common ground: reducing silos among systems and staff to share insights

March 6 | 14:00 - 14:45

  • Reducing silos and integrating mature data pockets across the organisation
  • Collating information and linking insight from different sources
  • Consolidating data in one environment across disparate systems and collection methods
  • Ensuring all functions interact with each other in response to organisational issues and opportunities
  • Creating and sustaining a cultural change to support the ongoing communication and integration of data

Speaking:

rachel fojtik

Rachel Fojtik

Mater Health

greg rehbok

Greg Rehbock

Youi

maria zappalla

Maria Zappala

Anglo American

2:45

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

March 6 | 14:45 - 15:15

Speaking:

3:15

Democratizing data: How to increase accessibility and utilisation of data

  • How to put the power of data into the hands of colleagues to derive and utilise insights that build valuable client relationships
  • What worked (and didn’t!) in building a tool that enables colleagues to understand the employment landscape and have insight-led conversations with clients
  • Why simply building a data visualization tool isn’t enough – how Seek creatively grew awareness and utilisation to drive engagement and use

Speaking:

elyssia clark

Elyssia Clark

Head of Customer Analytics and Insights, Seek

leigh broderick

Leigh Broderick

Senior Customer Analytics Manager, Seek

Democratizing data: How to increase accessibility and utilisation of data

March 6 | 15:15 - 15:40

  • How to put the power of data into the hands of colleagues to derive and utilise insights that build valuable client relationships
  • What worked (and didn’t!) in building a tool that enables colleagues to understand the employment landscape and have insight-led conversations with clients
  • Why simply building a data visualization tool isn’t enough – how Seek creatively grew awareness and utilisation to drive engagement and use

Speaking:

elyssia clark

Elyssia Clark

Seek

leigh broderick

Leigh Broderick

Seek

3:30

Proactive beats reactive: The ins and outs of deploying state of the art financial crime analytics

  • Minimising financial crime through fraud detection and prevention: Becoming a preventive organisation and protecting customers
  • Protecting yourself through enhancing risk analytics capabilities
  • Data and cyber security: the basic and more advanced approach

Speaking:

shane burnett

Shane Burnett

Senior Manager Financial Crimes Systems, Operations & Analytics, Bank of Queensland

Proactive beats reactive: The ins and outs of deploying state of the art financial crime analytics

March 6 | 15:30 - 15:55

  • Minimising financial crime through fraud detection and prevention: Becoming a preventive organisation and protecting customers
  • Protecting yourself through enhancing risk analytics capabilities
  • Data and cyber security: the basic and more advanced approach

Speaking:

shane burnett

Shane Burnett

Bank of Queensland

3:40

Sunsuper’s Enterprise Data Warehouse Journey: Developing and deploying Metadata driven technologies and automation for different analytics and operational use cases

Speaking:

Santosh Khilari

Santosh Khilari

Principal Data Scientist, Sunsuper

Sunsuper’s Enterprise Data Warehouse Journey: Developing and deploying Metadata driven technologies and automation for different analytics and operational use cases

March 6 | 15:40 - 16:05

Speaking:

Santosh Khilari

Santosh Khilari

Sunsuper

4:05

Closing Remarks by Chair

Closing Remarks by Chair

March 6 | 16:05 - 16:15

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4:15

Conference Closed

Conference Closed

March 6 | 16:15

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