The role of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) is increasingly complex. He or she must ensure that executives have the best data to make informed decisions, enable marketing departments to develop customer insights via predictive analytics, and empower risk and compliance departments to protect the organization. Growing privacy pressures, cyber threats that put data at risk, and the adoption of cloud technology are all impacting how organizations protect and use data. The need for CDOs to work together to address these issues has never been greater. Some topics of discussion at the CDO Council include:
- Governing data, analytics, big data environments, data monetization, and privacy
- Aligning your data strategy with your enterprise business strategy
- The application of artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques to governing and managing data
- Leading methods to monitor and manage data quality, and how to communicate results and impact to senior management
- How to enable change, promote adoption of standards and obtain stakeholder buy-in
- Finding the right talent to support a rapidly changing data management agenda
- Data function organizational models
- How to assess relative data management maturity across peers, and leading practices
- Best practices in metadata management
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- Deere & Company
- Honeywell International Inc.
- Industrial Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (New York Branch)
- MasterCard Worldwide, Inc.
- Medtronic, Inc.
- RBC Capital Markets
- Rockwell Automation
- Texas Instruments, Inc
- TransUnion Corp.
- Wells Fargo & Company
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