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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/04/2018 - 11/04/2018
8:30 am - 4:45 pm

Location
Novotel Sydney Central

Second Forum Like This on This –  No Sales Presentations – 100% Case Studies and Strategies
The Data and Information Guide to Intelligence 2018
SYDNEY  
IN RESEARCH
MELBOURNE  SOLD-OUT
A Two Day Case Study and Hands-On Forum
10-11 April 2018, Sydney, Australia
Each Day is Separately Bookable(but we suggest going to both)

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Feedback from Melbourne Forum:
Loved the Case studies, Thank you! it was a fantastic forum!(Attorney-General’s Department)
Very well done. Very enjoyable event (Department of Defence)
Analytics, diversity of presentations, emphasis on collaborations (Department of Corrections)
Good examples, great to hear real live solutions and shared issues
No sell, just case studies! Great! (AGD SA)
The discussions and sharing’s from others industries were excellant (The Social Research Centre)
All of sessions were great but Danielle's was fantastic (Western Sydney Local health District)
Learning about value of data (Australasian College for Emergency Medicine)
Today presentations better than Day 1. Although content good on both days (Country Fire Authority)
It was all pretty good (Greater Shepparton City Council)
The value as information as a business asset and Kate Fuelling session (Telstra)
All of today was very good (NSW Ministry of Health)
Really liked the group discussion activities (The Australian Fisheries Management Authority)
Smart to incorporate the consideration of IM elements (Transport Accident Commission)
Overall well-structured session, good use of case studies, engaging speakers, useful tips. In the case studies
it would be great to include success stories in more detail using both compliance and value will help to
ensure IM Frameworks get the support and help to drive the culture change. (Telstra)

From Linked In
Izabela Dobrostanski, Business Analyst, Records Management and Process Improvement, Australasian
College for Emergency Medicine
https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6343608428119883776/
I got so many great take always from the presenters who spoke at the
Data and Information Guide to Intelligence.


The Starting Point to Intelligence
AI
Challenges of delivering a new data warehouse
Delivering on the Data Standards and Governance
Lessons Learned
Data Analytics to Targeted Marketing
Effective Delivery of Data Intelligence to Organisational Stakeholders
The Steps to Funnelling Data
How Can We Make Data and Information Work? How and where do you begin? Tools & Tech
Collaborative intelligence for data and information
Reduction of overall wastage
Communications technologies of the Web (including Web Services and corresponding Service Oriented Architecture)
Sprouting knowledge sharing through open data
The first whole-of-government data portal
The development process for the data portal

 

 


The good, the bad and the ugly of designing and implementing information governance
Practical steps you need to take
Get other people to care
THE INFORMATION LOOP
The collaboration and of Data and Information business centres
Lessons Learned in an ungoverned environment
Overcoming issues of scale and complexity
Developing innovative and sustainable governance approaches for unstructured information
Building a model that interacts with an evolving environment
Exploring the hidden costs of poor and paper-based information management
What "remarkable" looks like
Why leadership is so important when improving how you work with information
7 ways to be a better information management leader and contribute to your information culture
The (NEW) Fundamentals for Information Intelligence
Learn Hands-On on how to convert your data and Information into powerful visuals

Supported By:(members / subscribers of the below organisations, can save up to $600 from the standard cost)

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  The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia’s peak representative body and advocacy group for those in the digital ecosystem. We are a not-for-profit organisation to benefit members, and AIIA membership fees are tax deductible. Since 1978 the AIIA has pursued activities to stimulate and grow the digital ecosystem, to create a favourable business environment for our members and to contribute to Australia’s economic prosperity.
We do this by delivering outstanding member value by:
•    providing a strong voice of influence
•    building a sense of community through events and education
•    enabling a network for collaboration and inspiration; and
•    developing compelling content and relevant and interesting information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cost to Attend:
9 March 2018: Data Day: $1095 plus gst: $1204.50 (if you join early)
9 March 2018: Information Day: $1095 plus gst: $1204.50 (if you join early)
Both Days: Save $400 $2190 plus gst: $2409

For every person who attends both days after the first delegate, the cost will be: $1295 plus gst: $1424.50 for BOTH DAYS

When you register we will be in contact with you to confirm all your details and answer any questions



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