Our 2023 Disruptive Trends Report found that driving operational efficiencies and new product development will be crucial in navigating uncertainty in 2023. The same report found that data analytics will be a fundamental component of the technology and information leaders' toolkit in this ongoing battle.
It is clear, during uncertainty, data is no longer ‘collected for the sake of it’. Having the right data at the right time has become a competitive advantage capable of driving productivity and innovation across an organisation. Ultimately, data-driven insights and decision-making propel organisations towards growth and delivering results now.
Join our masterclass for an interactive session exploring current approaches to data, common challenges and barriers facing organisations and the steps necessary to become a leading data-driven organisation. We will kick off with a fire-side chat with our masterclass partner Domo and a customer case study from Aston Martin Lagonda. We will then explore the topic further with a panel discussion featuring other speakers from Royal London. The session will explore:
Current approaches to leveraging data to drive competitive advantage
Updating strategies and initiatives to develop, implement and embed data-driven insights into business decision-making
Balancing the use of data to drive business process efficiencies with the need to innovate and explore new business models and opportunities
Approaches to addressing data maturity, literacy and buy-in from employees across the organisation
Building a culture of data experimentation and addressing challenges of scaling data analytics across your business
Following our scene-setter, we’ll be facilitating a breakout roundtable task to explore the challenges, solutions and opportunities organisations face when it comes to integrating, interpreting and using data to drive informed decision-making across your business.
David Johnson, Director of Strategic Architecture EMEA, Domo
Matthew Randall, Head of Software Development and Integration, Aston Martin Lagonda
Lee Wilson, Head of Data Strategy, Royal London
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