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Data and Digital are Changing the Rules of Engagement – It’s Not You Mothers Governance

Please join the ACS NT in conjunction with Gartner for breakfast and a presentation by Sally Parker.

Registration End Date: Wed, 29 May, 11:30 AM

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  • Peninsula Room, Double Tree Hilton
    122 The Esplanade
    Darwin NT 0800
  • when

  • Event Start: Thu, 30 May, 07:30 AM
    Event Finish: Thu, 30 May, 09:00 AM
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Effective governance is a critical success factor for data and analytics initiatives, and one of the most difficult challenges that organizations face. As the appetite to consume data increases so too does the need to ensure it is appropriately leveraged: What to govern, Who to involve and importantly How to get them engaged are all common questions. We will consider how to establish solid foundations needed for successful data and analytics governance today, and the future direction of governance as it evolves to address new business and technology challenges.<br><br>Sally Parker has over 25 years of IT experience and is a Research Director in Gartner&#39;s Data &amp; Analytics CDO Leadership team. Prior to this she was Research Director Enterprise Data Centre and later Research Director Data-Driven Intelligence. A regular keynote speaker across Asia on digital transformation and emerging technologies she was the author of associated research including IoT, privacy and trust.<br><br> 

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Business analysis (BUAN) -> Level 3

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Sally Parker

Sally Parker

Sally Parker is a Research Director in Gartner's Data & Analytics CDO Leadership team. Areas of coverage include best practices in Governance, fostering a Data-Driven culture, Data & Analytics Strategies, and MDM. She has a keen interest in Privacy & Trust. Before her current position, Ms. Parker worked as an Executive Partner in Gartner's Executive Programs working 1-1 with Gartner's CIO/CISO clients. Ms. Parker is based in Melbourne, Australia.Ms. Parker has over 25 years of IT experience. She joined Gartner in 2016. Prior to this, she was Research Director Enterprise Data Centre and later Research Director Data-Driven Intelligence. A regular keynote speaker across Asia on digital transformation and emerging technologies she was the author of associated research including IoT, privacy and trust. Prior to IDC, Ms. Parker held a number of senior IT positions with Red Hat, DEC-HP across U.S., Asia Pacific and Europe.Years of Experience 2 years in total with Gartner29 years in IT industry21 years in Technology & Telecommunications industry Professional Background IDC, Research Director (Analyst), 3 yearsRed Hat U.S., Global Market Analysis and Strategy Director, 2 yearsDigital Equipment Corporation/HP, Software Engineer/Solutions Architect/Product Marketing Manager, 17 years Industry Expertise Primary Industry: Technology & Telecommunications | Expertise Level: Specialist   -   Subsectors: Computing HD & PeripheralIT ServicesProfessional ServicesSoftware Education Post Graduate, Strategic Marketing, Stanford Graduate School of Business (U.S.)B.Sc., with honours, Computer Science and French (U.K.) Languages French Top 5 Issues I Help Clients Address Fostering a data-driven cultureSecuring organisational buy-in to Data & Analytics StrategyInformation GovernanceApproaches to Master Data Management MDM Top 5 Key Initiatives I Cover Data and Analytics LeadersAnalytics and BI StrategiesData and Analytics ProgramsProfile TagsGovernanceMDMEIM Strategy

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