Exploiting Data Capital for Organizational Performance
Involving the Board of Directors

 

The 11th Annual MIT Chief Data/Digital Officer
& Information Quality Symposium

 

Location: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tang Building (E51), MIT East Campus
70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA, USA 02139
Dress Code: Business casual
Wednesday, July 12, 2017– Friday, July 14, 2017
Contact: Nihal Erian nserian@mit.edu

 

As of 02/22/2017 

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

12:00–1:00pm Registration Lower Level of Ting Foyer
1:00–4:30pm Session 1
2:30–3:00pm COFFEE BREAK & NETWORKING
Session 1A Title: Internet of Things CDO Toolkit (includes Technology Solutions)

Chair:  Intel / SAP

Panelists:

Dan Everett – SAP + one

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Session 1B Title: Best Practices in Financial Services Industry

Chair:  Arka Mukherjee – Global IDs

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Session 1C Title:  CDO Toolkit (includes Technology solutions)  Partner #1 and Partner #2, Partner #3

Chair: Robert Lutton – MITCDOIQ Symposium Lead Co-Chair

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Session 1D Title:  Finance Industry CDOs

Chair:  Patrick Minton, Partner, PWC

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Session 1E Title: Change Management

Chair: Peter Anlyan

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4:30–6:30pm Self-Organized Meet & Greet Off-Site

 

Thursday, July 13, 2017

7:45–8:45am Continental & Hot Breakfast, Registration Lower Level of Ting Foyer
8:45 -10:30am Session 2  
Session 2A

8:45–9:30am

Welcome

Dr. Richard Wang, MIT CDOIQ Program & Dr. Stuart Madnick, MIT Sloan School of Management;

Opening Remarks

Symposium Co-Chairs

Robert Lutton, Sandhill Consultants

Additional Co-Chairs: Peter Anlyan, David Blaszkowsky, Dan Everett, Patrick Minton, Arka Mukherjee, Kimberly Sanders, Jim Short

Media Chair: Paul Gillin, Paul Gillin Communications

Proceedings Chair: Bruce Milligan, Citizant

Wong Auditorium
Session 2B

9:30–10:30am

Day 1 Keynote:

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Keynote Speaker: Sid Dalal, Chief Data Scientist and Senior VP, Advanced Research and Technology Science, AIG

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Wong Auditorium

10:30–11:00am Coffee Break & Networking
11:00am-12:00pm Session 3
Session 3A

11:00am –12:00pm

Title:  DAVE (Part One):  Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment

Chair: Mark Kryzsko

Panelists:

Ralph DiCicco

James Meng

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Session 3B

11:00am –12:00pm

Title: Challenges Facing the “first” State CDO (not initially different from the private sector)

Chair: Peter Aiken

Panelists:

Todd Harbour, CDO, State of New York

Ed Kelly, CDO, State of Texas

Jeff Bakon, CDO, State of Massachusetts

Abstract: Chief Data Officers (CDO) are still relatively new to government, industry, and academia. Their relative roles, responsibilities, authorities, and accountabilities vary from organization-to-organization. For states, the differences are equally pronounced and varied. Some CDOs are charged with developing analytics to help executive leadership answer outstanding strategic questions. Others focus on data governance and other foundational activities. Each panelist has newly arrived at their position via different paths. They bring with them a wide range of knowledge, skills, and abilities that will help them define their organizations and roles across state government. There are, however, some shared challenges:

– Establishing foundational practices with a decentralized operating model

– Creating repeatable practices: 80:20 division of labor

– Delivering added value through enterprise analytics (e.g., Fraud Detection)

– Realigning organizational functions and redefining the relationship between IT and business ownership

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Session 3C

11:00am –12:00pm

Title: The evolving and future role of the CDO

Chair: Randy Bean CEO/Founder, NewVantage Partners and industry columnist

Panelists:

Venkat Varadachary, CDO, American Express

Christina Clark, CDO, General Electric (GE)

Mark Ramsey, CDO, Glaxo Smith Kline

Abstract: While the CDO position has clearly arrived – 55.9% of firms surveyed reported having a CDO in place – the role of the CDO continues to evolve, with differing views of the mandate and organizational reporting.  A growing percentage of CDO’s are moving from the defense (regulatory and compliance reporting) to offense (innovation, revenue generation).  Our panel of leading CDO’s will share their perspectives on the present and future role of the CDO.

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Session 3D

11:00am –12:00pm

Premium Sponsor #1 – SAP

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12:00–1:00pm Lunch & Networking Ting Foyer
1:00-2:00pm Session 4  
Session 4A

1:00–2:00pm

Title: Disney – Involving the boardroom

Chair: Paul Barth

Co-Chair: Peter Anlyan

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Session 4B

1:00–2:00pm

 

Title: Health Care CDO Best Practices

Chair: Nick Marco

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Session 4C

1:00–2:00pm

Title: CDO sessions in Higher Education

Chair: Mike Kelly, University of Southern Carolina

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Session 4D

1:00–2:00pm

Premium Sponsor #2 – Collibra

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2:00 – 2:15 Coffee Break  
2:15-3:15pm Session 5  
Session 5A

2:15–3:15pm

 

Title:  Gartner’s 2nd Annual Chief Data Officer Survey Results and How to Avoid Failure

Speakers: Valerie Logan, Mike Rollings, Gartner

Abstract: Gartner surveyed Chief Data Officers and other data and analytics leaders to uncover how organizations were approaching the CDO role and the roots of success. This survey shows how the office of the CDO is pioneering a new organizational function alongside IT, business operations, HR and finance, but it also shows that success is far from guaranteed. This presentation will provide attendees with a global perspective about the responsibilities and challenges of the CDO role, as well as providing specific recommendations on how to avoid the traps that threaten to undermine success.

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Session 5B

2:15–3:15pm

 

 

Title: Caserta Concepts

Speaker:  Joe Caserta

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Session 5C

2:15–3:15pm

 

 

Premium Sponsor #3 – Acxiom

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3:15–3:45pm Coffee Break & Networking  
3:45–6:00pm Session 6  
 

 Partners: Industry Solutions: Use Case Successes

 
Session 6A

 

3:45–4:25pm

 

 

 

 

4:30–5:10pm

 

 

 

 

5:15–6:00pm

 

 

Title: CDOIQ Sponsors Use Cases

Partner – Data Kitchen

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Speaker: Gilbert Benghiat

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Partner – Standard Sponsor #2

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Session 6B

 

3:45–4:25pm

 

 

 

 

4:30–5:10pm

 

 

 

 

5:15–6:00pm

 

Title: CDOIQ Sponsors Use Cases

Partner – Standard Sponsor #4

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Partner – Standard Sponsor #5

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Session 6C

 

3:45–4:25pm

 

 

 

 

4:30–5:10pm

 

 

 

5:15–6:00pm

 

 

 

Title: CDOIQ Sponsors Use Cases

Partner – Standard Sponsor #7 

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Partner – Standard Sponsor #8

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Partner – Standard Sponsor #9

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6:00–7:15pm Symposium Reception Ting Foyer
 

Friday  July 14, 2017

 

7:45–8:45am Continental Breakfast & Registration Ting Foyer

 

8:45am -12:00pm Session 7  
Session 7A
8:45– 9:00 

 

 

9:00 – 10:00am

Opening Remarks: Rich Wang, Executive Director, MITCDOIQ Program, Robert Lutton, Lead Co-Chair

Title: Building Out the Data Infrastructure-Toward Data Drive Policy Making

Keynote Speaker:  Natalie Harris (invited)
Former Senior Policy Advisor to US Chief Technology Officer (CTO) 

Abstract: As states continue to do more with less resources, the talents of technologists are needed now more than ever to build out the data infrastructure necessary to ensure citizens receive equitable access to the innovations the data-driven policy-making brings to communities. This talk lays out the path for creating an alliance amongst policy-makers, civic technology community, and public technologists to build data infrastructure for government that is focused on getting the right people, technology, and policies in place for data-driven policy-making. Some elements include:

–  Creation of digital ecosystem allowing for development of solutions, information sharing and collaboration

–  Development of best practice implementation frameworks

–  Creation of ROI case studies

This should result in broader, more equitable access, increased professionalism for data driven policy making, and specific training and education revolving around best practices.

Wong Auditorium
10:00–10:30am Coffee Break & Networking
10:30–12:00pm Session 8  
Session 8A

10:30am –  12:00pm

Title:  DAVE (Part Two): Defense Acquisition Visibility Environment – Providing Solutions

Chair: Mark Krzysko

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Session 8B

10:30am –  12:00pm

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Session 8C

10:30am –  12:00pm

Title: Key to Establishing a Successful CDO Data Management Platform

Chair: Kimberly Sanders

Panelists:

Ursula Cottone, CDO, Citizens Bank

Chauncey Holden, CISO, Citizens Bank

Brian O’ Connell, CIO, Citizens Bank

Abstract:
During this session, we will discuss the suggested champions, partnerships and synergies required to successfully establish the role of the CDO and the accompanying data management platform and framework within an organization. Success begins with the alignment of key members of the leadership team and decision makers who work to clearly define the roles and responsibilities of both the CDO – Chief Data Officer and the Office of the CDO. These roles and responsibilities will assist with accomplishing the specific strategic initiatives of the given organization and will help to mitigate the risk of overlapping objectives, create autonomy and will help foster the appropriate change management required to successfully assimilate the new role into culture of the organization. An essential partnership exists between an organizations CDO, CIO and CISO. We’ll hear from a successful trio who have designed and implemented a successful strategic partnership and roadmap for the introduction of the CDO role within their Financial Services organization. Topics of discussion will detail their path, challenges, keys to success and lessons learned along the way.

Keywords: CDO, Chief Data Officer, Data Management,

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Session 8D

10:30am –

12:00pm

 

Premium Sponsor #4 – Intel

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12:00–1:00pm Lunch & Networking Ting Foyer
1:00–2:30pm Session 9  
Session 9A Title: CDO Challenges on Risk Assessment in Insurance Industry

Chair:  Jim Short

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Session 9B Title: Connecting Data to Business Outcomes

Chair: Liz Rowe, Chief Data Officer, State of New Jersey
Panelists:

Jeff Bladt – CDO, DoSomething.org

Zhiwei Zhu – SVP Data and Analytics, Swiss RE

Abstract: While most people generally believe better information helps drive better business performance getting continuing executive support for data governance is easier if you can connect data to business objectives and outcomes. In this session learn how these panelist are making those connections in their organizations.

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Session 9C Title:  Minimize Data Vulnerabilities for Provide and Sensitive Data

Chair:  Don Soulsby

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Abstract:  The lack of consistency is the root cause of not trusting your corporate data

Exposure of private and sensitive data is making headlines. Affected organizations suffer severe financial consequences as well as damage to public image and reputation. In this webinar, we will review ways to facilitate forensic analysis when data has been compromised and present methods of prevention to ensure that data loss does not happen, or happen again.

Learn the best practices to reduce the threat of data breaches by addressing the dimensions of Risk Management; classification, valuation, detection and mitigation. It is not just about ensuring data security, it is about trust and traceability, and the appropriate level of data governance that best illustrates an understanding of your data landscape which encompasses the what, how, who and where, of your sensitive corporate data.

We will discuss a concurrent engineering approach to both data and process modeling that allows for top down and bottom up views. We will illustrate traceability between the data and application architectures. To complete the enterprise architecture picture, we will also show how these systems are represented and linked to the security and network operating models.

 

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2:30–3:00pm

 

Coffee Break & Networking  
3:00–3:45pm Session 10  
Town Hall Meeting – All Participants

Open Discussion

Co-Chair’s: Arka Mukherjee, Chief Executive Officer, GlobalIDs – Mark Johnson, Strategic Data Management and Analytics Executive Leader, Fusion Alliance

Concluding Remarks

Symposium Co-Chairs: Robert Lutton, Lead Co-Chair – MIT CDOIQ Symposium, Dr. Richard Wang, Director, MIT CDOIQ Program

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