Data Surgery

Date:
Tuesday 17 September 2013

Time:
1.30pm to 5.00pm

Venue:
BCS London, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Maps

Cost:
Free to attend for BCS and Non-BCS Members.

Speakers:
Keith Gordon
Johny Morris
Martin Doyle
Alexander Borek
Tim Burnett
Julian Schwarzenbach

Synopsis:

This event trialled a new event format whereby attendees were able to discuss a range of data management topics with our five data experts on Data modelling and definition (Keith Gordon), Data Quality (Martin Doyle), Data Risk and Value (Alexander Borek), Data Integration (Tim Burnett) and Data Governance and Behaviours (Julian Schwarzenbach). Due to the format of the event there are no presentations or videos available. Due to the success of the event, we plan to run a similar event next year

The "Data Doctors"... Our expert panel

Keith Gordon
Keith is a lecturer and trainer in data management and business analysis techniques and is author of ‘Principles of Data Management: Facilitating Information Sharing’.

Johny Morris
Experienced data migration practitioner and author of ‘Practical Data Migration’, the methodology that has helped reduce the number of failing data migration projects.

Martin Doyle
Martin is an experienced data quality practitioner.  In his role as CEO of DQ Global, a software development company specialising in data quality improvement, he’s seen and helped correct plenty of bad data.

Alexander Borek
Alex is an expert on how to apply risk management methods to data governance and the author of the book: 'Total Information Risk Management: Maximizing the Value of Data and Information Assets'. As a Senior Strategy Consultant at IBM Corporate Headquarters, Alex is part of a team that is responsible for the transformation of IBM to a data-driven business.

Tim Burnett
Tim is an experienced data integration expert and Managing Director of Connection Point Technology L, a provider of integration and services particularly focussed on cloud CRM in the public sector.

Julian Schwarzenbach
Julian has over 20 years experience of data management in a range of industries mainly in utilities and transport where he has specified, set up and run a number of governance regimes. He also has a strong interest in how user behaviours towards data can impact effective data management.