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January 2019 Chapter Meeting - Real Data Transformation Begins and Ends with Culture

  • January 15, 2019
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Silver Cloud Hotel, 1100 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122

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January 2019 Chapter Meeting


Real Data Transformation Begins and Ends with Culture

Tuesday,  January 15th

Speaker Jim Wilt, Symetra

ABSTRACT:   Real Data Transformation Begins and Ends with Culture

Beyond technology & buzzwords, it is the cultural shift that truly determines success or failure when moving data to new platforms (like cloud). From executive sponsorship to security perceptions to teams - building your roadmap and how to investigate the platforms in a mired of cloud data & BI elixirs requires a solid baseline understanding of your culture first & foremost.

We will review 30-years of disruption to identify patterns (and anti-patterns) of adoption that can guide our forward movement into our next journey to adopt that next best destination for our data needs. Let’s leverage our cultures to drive success!

We will wrap up with some thoughts around the handling of tools and their role the transformation of data systems amid cultural adoption.

  Jim Wilt, Symetra

Over 30 years experience leading teams as a Scientist, Architect, and Entrepreneur producing industry awarded innovations such as new OS & Robotic Communication Protocols, Aerospace Composites Manufacturing Automation, Innovation Knowledge Management/Brokering systems, and the Octahedral Hexapod (yea, you’ll have to google that one!)

Jim leverages proven Business Innovation & Strategy practices to trail blaze [b]leading edge Enterprise Technology transformation promoting Digital & Data advancement through astute business cloud economics and near real-time content delivery.

With a passion for enabling others, Jim certifies architects in industry (IASA & MCA) and has taught MBA graduate classes in special topics such as Cloud Economics and The Internet-of-Things.

Being an avid runner blessed to work/explore 13 countries, Jim has run marathons in several exciting locations such as Bangalore, Chicago, Paris, Seattle, and Vancouver.

 


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