Advancing Public Sector Data Analytics

When:
November 28, 2017 – November 29, 2017 all-day
2017-11-28T00:00:00+11:00
2017-11-30T00:00:00+11:00
Where:
Sydney Boulevard Hotel
90 William St
Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
Australia
Contact:
1300 856 904
Advancing Public Sector Data Analytics @ Sydney Boulevard Hotel | Woolloomooloo | New South Wales | Australia

Join the next stage in the government data conversation and learn how to boost analytics capability to support process optimisation, discover new insights and drive transformation within an increasingly digitised government.

The public sector has moved beyond using data to illustrate what we know today as we are leveraging analytics to inform the future. In a time where data is reshaping the way the public and private sector do business, the Advancing Public Sector Data Analytics conference will highlight innovative case-studies from senior data analysts and thought leaders across the Australian government.

Attend & learn strategies for:

  • Communicating the value of data & aligning this with organisational strategy
  • Boosting analytics capability to unlock new insights
  • Increasing data sharing and linkage through open data
  • Encouraging innovation through new trends, tools & technologies
  • Utilising data to drive a digital government
  • Creating a powerful message through visualisation & data storytelling

Explore new approaches and learn how to build long term data workforce capacity from speakers such as:

  • Jeremy Moon, Director, Data Analytics Centre, NSW
  • Sarajane Hansen, Chief Information Officer, Cancer Institute NSW
  • Amen Ra Mashariki, Former Chief Analytics Officer, City of New York
  • Kevin Jeffrey, Chief Data Officer, IP Australia

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