- Why do we have problems with data?
- We never get exactly what we need, the quality is not good enough, it takes too long, costs too much and nobody is accountable
- Every organisation struggles with data
- Perhaps we are not 'seeing' data in the right way
- In today's data driven world, it is imperative that we communicate clearly and effectively about data
This course will help you see data in a totally different way, become more effective in working with it and communicating with others.
This workshop is part of the Data Management Agenda for Privacy
- An understanding of the current thinking about how the human brain sees the world and, in particular, how we 'see' data
- An understanding of the concepts of 'systems thinking'
- An understanding of the concepts behind self learning (human) systems
- The perception of data as being separate from process and function
- A better process for identifying and achieving data ownership
- Improved communication with data analysts and scientist to deliver systems quicker, faster, cheaper and more securely
The duration of the course is a half-day workshop.
The class is interactive and feedback will be provided during the session.
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The cost of the course for one delegate is GBP 250.00 (plus VAT where applicable).
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- A recognised certificate
- An entry in the EDMworks Certification Register
- The option to make this record public for job requirements
- We look at the ideas of leading thinkers such as David Eagleman, Edwards Demming, Peter Senge and Sugata Mitra
- We explore the impact of 'command and control against 'bottom-up' or 'self-organised' driven change"
- We explore some data issues to get new perspectives around data and how to manage it
- In the data protection space, the course will give real insights into data and will provide sensible perspectives on issues like pseudonymisation and separation of control
- David Eagleman and others
- The world we see - our reality
- The world we don't see - the real world
- 86 billion and the connections from 0-25
- Learning to see what we currently don't see
- Demming, Peter Senge and others
- System thinking explained
- Command and control v bottom up
- How different industries view the future
- The learning organisation
- Sugata Mitra and the hole in the wall experiment
- Density and distance from the centre factors
- Learning without teaching?
- To control it, you have to understand it
- Data at the heart of the organisation
- There is less data than you imagine - ignore froth
- Data flows or data stores?
- Who owns the data?
- Do regulators understand either data or technology?
- Two scenarios on data pseudonymisation
- Separation of data by system or control
- Strategy selection based on capabilty to execute
- Enhancing capability to lower thresholds
- Identifying/creating and enriching data assets
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