Data modeling is the discipline that enables people to speak about data effectively and benefit from it. Data models provide a bridge for strategy, business and IT to communicate and agree on a reference structure for valued information.
At Data Modeling Zone, teams learn how to communicate about data – using proven tools and relevant case studies
To keep up with the growing demand for data and information we need DataOps—a new approach to developing and delivering data pipelines and analytic models.
You will Learn:
Dave Wells leads the Data Management Practice at Eckerson Group, a business intelligence and analytics research and consulting organisation. Dave works at the intersection of information management and business management, where real value is derived from data assets.
Dave is an industry analyst, consultant, and educator dedicated to building meaningful and enduring connections throughout the path from data to business value. He is a recognised specialist in:
Knowledge sharing and skills development are Dave’s passions, carried out through consulting, speaking, teaching, and writing. He is a continuous learner fascinated with understanding how we think – and a practitioner of systems, critical, design, divergent thinking, and innovation.
The demand is skyrocketing for organizations to provide digitally enabled offerings for their customers and business users. Well-designed solutions are seamless and are in tune with customer expectations for the right service delivered through a simple, intuitive interface whenever and wherever they want. Digital, moreover, must be done in the context of an omnichannel world that can involve human and robotic agents, and cyber-based intelligent support interchangeably.
This does not mean that the need for sound analysis and design of the end-to-end experience has passed. Due to the interconnectivity of all the actions and actors required it is needed even more to connect all the dots between our customers and our business operations.
This is not a problem that ‘Agile’ development will solve by itself. It requires professional business architecture and integrated design. Renewed methods of process analysis and design must be tuned for a digital world.
This session will deal with what degree of analysis and design work is required for today’s organizations striving to establish digital business capabilities to optimize the customer journey and leverage resources in the most effective manner.
Included in this session:
Roger Burlton is a respected pioneer in the introduction of innovative approaches for Business Management. He is a world leader in the field of Business Process Management, having authored one of the most read and followed books on the topic early in BPM’s growth as well as the Business Process Manifesto.
Roger’s leadership is also witnessed by his position as chair of several of the most influential conferences each year on BPM and Business Architecture and by his role as chair of the BPTrends.com Advisory Board. The insights he brings to PRG’s consulting clients are thoughtful and pragmatic.
Roger’s insights can be found in his Business Process Management: Profiting from Process, the Business Process Manifesto, the Handbook on Business Process Management and numerous other publications including his articles featured on BPTrends.com
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