AGM + Adopting a Situated Learning framework for (Big) Data Projects

Date:
Tuesday 21 October 2014

Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm

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

Cost:
Free

The evening will start with a short and informal AGM followed by our presentation for the evening - An emerging framework for planning, framing and analysing data insight projects is presented, using data from two cases.

This illustrates how the framework helps identify the communities of practice/functions involved in such initiatives, and surface the inquiry and value/benefit creation logics, so that these can be more proactively and successfully managed to improve insights and gaining value from them.

Speaker Bio:

Martin Douglas, PhD Researcher - Cranfield University School of Management & Protiviti Associate

Martin is currently pursuing a PhD at Cranfields in Information Management, with a focus on how Insight is derived from Big Data. Martin has 21 years of IT/Data Governance, Risk and M&A experience with KPMG, and is currently working as an Associate with Protiviti. He has considerable experience with large multinational, listed clients across a number of sectors, with particular depth around financial, telecoms and media sectors.

Timings:

6.00pm - Registration
6.20pm - AGM
6.30pm - Adopting a Situated Learning framework for (Big) Data Projects
7.30pm - Networking

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