Turning public data to the public good

As governments make more data publicly available, it becomes critical to understand the ways in which that data can be used to benefit society. How can government leaders improve service delivery and social impact through enhanced open data strategies?

This recent playbook gives the an interesting overview of the challenges.

Here is an overview of the proposed articles:

Turning public data to the public goodHow CDOs can promote machine learning in governmentImplementing the DATA ActHow CDOs can manage algorithmic risksConnecting data to residents through data storytellingHow CDOs can overcome obstacles to open data-sharingCDOs, health data, and the Open Science movement

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First 100 Days as Head of Data Scientists

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Trainer: Martine George, PhD.
Duration: 12/5 Pm from 14:00 to 18:00
Contact: martine@mgholistic.com

Price: 350,- excl VAT – Register here


Context

This half day seminar is dedicated to the creation and the development of a team of data scientists.

Imagine that you become Head of a team of Data scientists , what would you do during your first 100 days in this appointment ?

Audience

This module is designed specifically to recently appointed managers, head of data scientists eager to develop their ability to create and grow an effective and sustainable team of data scientists.

Objectives

The objectives of this seminar is to share observations, experiences, some tips and tricks to develop and grow teams of analytics professionals through the different lenses of a data scientist, a senior manager, a talent development director and an executive coach.

Training Content

This seminar will cover 8 topics such as sponsorship, analytics professional talent management, actionability and creating value, internal analytics communities, external partnership, ….

The content of this seminar will be a combination of practical experiences, stories and anecdotes, peers learning and self-reflection.

About the Trainer

Martine George holds an MBA and a PhD in physical sciences. She has over 25 years of professional experience, including 15 spent developing business analytics teams within large organizations from different industries. She is Professor of Management Practice at Solvay Brussels School of Management & Economics and the Talent Development Director of Accenture Chair in Strategic Business Analytics at ESSEC Business School, Paris. Passionate about developing talent and organizations in business analytics, she is also ICF certified coach, facilitator, trainer and consultant in cultural transformation of organizations.