Tuesday, April 19, 2016
01:15 PM - 02:00 PM
The golden trifecta of business transformation - people, process, and technology – is critical when it comes to big data. But which is most important? We would argue that the people – i.e., the "who" of big data – are the most important.
In this session, we will address the "who" of big data from two perspectives:
- The Why perspective looks at your organization and asks: "Why is your business interested in big data and why now?" and "Who will make your big data vision and mission successful?"
- The How perspective looks at the tactics of building a big data team and asks: “How will you achieve your initiatives?” and “Who will make your projects successful?”
Regardless of where you are in your big data journey, join us and learn about getting the right people on the bus. The success of your big data program may very well depend on it.
Anne Buff is a Business Solutions Manager and Thought Leader for SAS Best Practices, a thought leadership organization at SAS institute. As a speaker and author she specializes in the topics of data governance, MDM, data integration and data monetization. Anne has been a specialist in the world of data for over 15 years and has developed courseware for a wide range of technical concepts and software including, SAS® Data Management. In her current role, she leverages her training and consulting experience and her data-savviness to lead best practices workshops and facilitate intra-team dialogs to help companies realize their “data potential”.