About this webinar:
Today’s organisations are generating and hoarding massive amounts of data. Making the most of its immense value is a challenge that spans technology, leadership, cultural, and ethical considerations.
With data sources and quantities only set to increase, the complexity and possibility within the resulting insights are growing too. Those that stand to gain the most from their data’s latent potential are building a strategy, company ethos and technology solutions that enable them to draw out game-changing actionable insights and even enable entirely new business models. Meanwhile, AI, with its capacity to bring both simplicity and complications, evokes as many questions as answers, and ethical questions abound.
This web seminar will explore current perceptions and experiences amongst data strategy decision makers, including the key motivations and challenges faced when dealing with data. It will also discuss their confidence in identifying suitable use cases, technology, and partners who can help them implement strategy and technology change – and ultimately determine whether data-based decision making is best left to a dedicated team, or rolled-out more widely to empower individuals in their day-to-day work.