Wednesday, September 21, 2016
01:45 PM - 02:30 PM
Most managers and professionals have an intuitive appreciation of the power of metrics, but often we find ourselves in organizations that are not as quantitatively-driven as they should be. It's often up to us to help business leadership truly understand the power of data and how to apply it to improving business outcomes.
In this session, join a current CIO and a CDO/consultant who spend much of their time actively engaging CEO's and other executives on how to select the right metrics for managing their business. We will look at the responsibilities of all business professionals in building more quantitative businesses, and how senior leadership can improve their business decision-making and operations through data. We'll share a framework for determining which levers to pull and buttons to push based on the information driven by the business itself. Highlights include:
- A 4-quadrant framework for evaluating business priorities and corresponding metrics
- Why the C-suite struggles with information overload
- How business and data management professionals can drive quantitative culture change
- Common pitfalls and resource drains
Anthony J. Algmin helps businesses use data to get better at what they do. He is currently the Chief Data Architect at Uturn Data Solutions, a company specializing in helping businesses move to the cloud. Learn more at www.uturndatasolutions.com.
Previously, Anthony was the Chicago Transit Authority's first Chief Data Officer, developing data analytics capabilities to help the CTA improve transit services for millions of Chicagoans. Anthony also spent several years as a data strategy and management consultant with experience across many industries. His early career was in the capital markets industry performing technical and management roles to improve business performance with data and analytics.
Anthony frequently speaks at national and local events, and contributes to the data governance and data management communities. He has a BA in Business Administration from Illinois Wesleyan University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Kasu is the CIO of Consilink, a startup in the healthcare analytics space that combines deep health care experience, technical expertise and effective tools to create valuable insights for care coordination. He has more than twenty-five years of experience in business intelligence, information technology, strategic/solution alignment, and project/program management.
An innovative entrepreneur, Kasu is both a strategic thinker as well as a hands-on tactician. His achievements have enabled him to be positioned as a savvy innovator in the high tech space and regarded as a true business professional.
At Consilink, Kasu is focused on building the next generation reporting and analytics platform to handle the anticipated deluge of data in the healthcare arena. He is uniquely qualified to deliver this vision, based on a 25+ year career spanning many industries and technologies.
Kasu has a Master of Science degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. He has a broad technology, and methodology portfolio. He has contributed to numerous industry publications, spoken at national conferences, conducted boot camps, authored a book and several white papers.