The first 2016 edition laid out the foundation for data-driven innovation and brought light to the macro drivers, the challenges, the implications and the solutions. Whereas, the 2017 edition showcased more practical case studies on “how” and real examples of putting data innovation into practice.
In the month leading to the second edition of the event that brings together women data practitioners to discuss accelerating data and AI innovation in the organisation, we talked to our speakers on the subject of diversity and the importance of initiatives that encourage more female engagement in the tech and data fields. But we also asked them about their personal experience and decision to start a career in data.
With the explosion of data and the value it brings for companies, hiring a Chief Data Officer (CDO) has been on the agenda of the majority of companies. Companies are in a literal race trying to find Chief Data Officers. It’s only natural that executives are enthusiastic about welcoming a CDO in this big data era.
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