(This session is held in English)
The role of the Chief Data Officer (CDO) has become increasingly important to the C-suite executives as they are expected to enhance executive decision-making, improve operational efficiency and fuel innovation. It is therefore important that the CDO is empowered and equipped with the right skill set and technology to extract value from data.
To reap the business benefits driven by data, executives should shift their organisation’s operations from classic data management to a data advantage perspective that is connected across the enterprise.
A strong data function led by an executive officer — particularly the CDO — is critical for enabling the data advantage perspective. Deloitte’s CDO Smart Services, powered by Informatica, is a turnkey set of services that puts the right people and technology in place to immediately assess, prioritise, and address transformational data issues within the organisation.
Target group: CxOs and employees who work with data governance and compliance.
Get a roadmap on how to enable your CDO and the data governance team with a CDO-as-a-service model
Understand how to realise your data value opportunities
Learn how to handle the mitigation of regulatory risks
Weidekampsgade 6, 2300 Copenhagen S.
22/05/2019 | 08:30-10:00
23/05/2019 | 08:30-09:00
Thomas In Sook Holmen has 15 years of experience with strategic governance and data exploration from working as a project manager and advisor, and he is responsible for the data management practice of Deloitte Denmark. Thomas has led and provided advice for large data projects and transformations within both the public and the private sector.
Arne brings strong expertise within Governance and Information Management to the table. With more than 34 years of experience working with large organizations and complex solutions, both on regional and international basis with a focus on Governance, Information management and Analytics. He has been the driver of several programs and projects where the importance of defining information strategies has been essential for the success. An essential part in his work has been to create operational governance principles and frameworks supporting a pragmatic but structured delivery.