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October 14, 2020
Interview: How AI & Personalization Brings A Quantum Leap To Verizon
Take a look behind the AI and personalization hype! Join this lively fireside chat with Verizon Consumer Group’s, Ning Gao as she shares how she grew Verizon’s optimization and personalization practice with AI into what it is today.
Live Discussion: Organize For Success In The Journey To Being Insights-Driven
There are many different models on how to organize your teams to support a data-driven business from centers of excellence to decentralized. What is the best org model to help you achieve your business goals? In this roundtable, we will discuss as a group some of the pros/cons to these models and the key considerations.
Gouri Das, Senior Advisor, Forrester
Sarah Montague, Principal Advisor, Forrester
October 15, 2020
Live Discussion: Are We There Yet? Measuring Progress and Success In The Journey To Being Insights-Driven
We could spend a good chunk of time discussing metrics as they are indeed top of mind for business leaders across the organization. Getting at the right altitude for these metrics is critical. In this roundtable discussion, we will leverage the collective wisdom on approaches to measuring progress and ultimately measuring success.
Kelley Spiridakis, Principal Advisor, Forrester
Andy Bynun, VP, Executive Partner, Forrester
Interview: A Deep Dive Into NC HHS' High-speed Data Strategy Pivot To Address Their Pandemic Response
The State of North Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services had a newly minted Chief Data Officer who was working on the department’s data strategy when the pandemic hit and changed all the business requirements for the strategy — as well as the working conditions for all the staff. The department turned to its well-respected enterprise architecture team to design and implement an approach to data collection and analysis across its 32 divisions in record time. Join the State of North Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services Chief Architect Chris Turpin and Forrester Research Director Gene Leganza for an interview-style discussion of this fascinating story of a high-stakes leadership and collaboration challenge.