We are so excited to present our second GDM: Women event! We will feature a (slide-free) lively panel discussion with some of the most inspiring and thoughtful women leaders in the world of data. Panelists include: Sharon Allpress: Digital Products @ DCP Tech Ventures Focus: "Active in the Middle of Innovation" Jessica Iriarte: Sr. Manager of Data Science @ Vroom Focus: "Breaking Barriers in Data" Lisa Fritz: Global Head of QA @ Janus Henderson Investors Focus: "Artfully Managing Explosive Departmental Growth" Kalia Garrido (Host): CMO + Co-Founder @ Great Data Minds Get your coffee and settle in for this great virtual event. This is a key event to learn from the women in data that have come before us and established thriving careers. Grow your network and enjoy a lively discussion. About GDM Women: Our GDM Women series is dedicated to honoring great women in the analytics world including our speakers (and attendees) to learn, grow and connect. With that, everyone of all genders and identifications is welcome at all GDM events. Please join us one and all!
Time and again we see organizations make enormous investments to implement data governance programs. Many months, even years later, the program is not established and the leaders are frustrated because they don’t see any value generated.
It doesn't need to be like this. With the evolution of new approaches and augmented technologies, data governance programs can now be delivered in one third of the time and for a third of the cost. Value is continuously delivered all along the way, which promotes a thriving data culture.
Please join our data governance team as we walk you through the fundamentals of a robust agile data governance program and how it can be applied to your organization.
Please join Mike Lampa, Great Data Minds Chief Analytics Officer and Jack Phillips, CEO & Co-Founder of the International Institute for Analytics (IIA) for the latest in our Executive Insights discussion series.
Since its inception in 2010, IIA has worked with more than 200 organizations from around the world, sharing the keys to analytics maturity to gain an edge in an economy increasingly driven by data. Through IIA’s in-depth research library, moderated phone briefings, webinars, and events, clients get the guidance and expertise needed to compete on analytics and win
In this session we will review the origin of the IIA and carry through to where things are heading next, not just for Jack and his team, but the data and analytics industry as a whole. Join us for this informative discussion with one of the industry’s greats!
In this fun interview, Julie Burroughs, CEO of Great Data Minds, interviews Kalia Garrido, CMO of Great Data Minds, on Kalia's passion project Healthy Women Leaders. Healthy Women Leaders is a collective of women in leadership who are committed to taking care of themselves as a priority, so that they are better able to handle all that life throws their way. Kalia has developed the 5 Core Pillars of Whole Life Self-Care that is designed to help busy women move from just existing to thriving.
During the talk, Kalia Garrido addresses self-care concepts and practices that can be incorporated into everyone’s daily routine. These practices help busy professionals fight stress, beat burnout, and become not just better, more productive workers, but also happier and healthier people.
Tune in for some energetic sound bites around what it means to be in a positive relationship with oneself, and help yourself avoid burnout, prevent fatigue, and improve your overall attitude.
Join Mike Lampa, Great Data Minds Chief Analytics Officer and Justin Borgman, CEO and Co-Founder of Starburst for an Executive Insights discussion on Starburst technology - the world's fastest SQL-based MPP query engine.
Practitioner and author, Gilbert Eijkelenboom, speaks with us about his book, “People Skills for Analytical Thinkers”.
As a former professional poker player, you can find Gilbert wherever psychology and data meet. While Gilbert's academic background is in Behavioral Science, he has built a career in Data & Analytics.
Combining both worlds, Gilbert founded the company MindSpeaking: soft skills training for data & analytics professionals. He helps data & analytics professionals become confident and effective communicators, so that people more efficiently use their data and analytic products and contribute measurable value to their organization by acting on the insights generated from those products.
Join our conversation with Gilbert Eijkelenboom and discover how to bridge the gap between technology & psychology.
Find the book here: https://www.amazon.com/People-Skills-Analytical-Thinkers-Communication/dp/9090336982/
Gartner states that as much as 60% of all data projects fail. In the Analytics space only 21% of deployed analytic solutions are ever adopted by the targeted stakeholders! We believe that has to do with not taking care of the humans. So, why do some organizations succeed at adopting technology change and others don’t? Turns out there are some head-slapping intuitive conditions needed to enable change and achieve transformation.
Please join us and our special guest, Chris Laping as he shares insights on helping leaders and organizations navigate their transformations and realize the benefits of change.
If you would like a copy of this book to enjoy before this session a link can be found here.
Microsoft has been making significant waves in the analytics and data governance space recently with its release of Azure Synapse and Purview. Join Matt Smith, Microsoft’s CDO for the West Enterprise shares Microsoft’s Go To Market strategy to enable digital and data transformation in the enterprise. Matt will share his career and customer experiences and how they have influenced Microsoft’s customer and partner ecosystem to achieve more.
What you will learn during this session:
- Enabling change without changing
- How platform convergence is enabling acceleration
- Democratizing AI for all workers
- Adoption of groundbreaking innovation on the front lines
- Enabling enterprises to get their arms around their data corpus.
While the vast majority of companies are waking to the possible benefits of integrating AI applications to their products and internal business processes, few are succeeding to do this at scale and see returns on investment. Those that are, stand to achieve a severe competitive advantage.
What you will learn during this session:
What is the impact of successfully scaling AI/ML and what it is worth to the organization.
A clear understanding of what a POC cycle is.
What is key in your approach for escaping this cycle
Why is it that so many models that seemingly perform well in development then fail to perform in production?
A strategy to maximize success in moving from lab to production
Please join us and our special guest Eric Topham, CEO and Founder of The Data Analysis Bureau, one of a leading AI/ML organizations as we discuss efficiencies in AI/ML programs and provide insights on how to stay out of the dreaded POC cycle.
Brought to you by GDM Women
About this Event
Getting your good ideas across to management and other team members requires confidence, even being confident enough to fail. Our human operating system is wired for survival and designed for creativity. Together, we will explore how to access our curiosity and creativity to express our unique brilliance confidently. .
Please join Great Data Minds Women and our special guests Manju Bazzell and Patricia Klauer as they share their expertise on how to access these innate capacities.
You will also learn:
- How judgment and curiosity are related.
- How your thinking actually works.
- Where confidence comes from.