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16 August 2017

Details

Date: 16 August
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: $825 - $1045

Venue

University House

1 Balmain Crescent
Acton, ACT 2600 Australia

Phone:

+61 2 6125 5270

Organiser

Raedan Exchange
Phone: +61 2 6161 0208
Email:
Website: Visit Organizer Website

Schedule

  • 8.30 am Registration
  • 9.00 am Workshop Start
  • 12,30 pm Lunch Break
  • 5.00 pm Workshop Close
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Lunch morning and afternoon tea is provided,

Testimonials

Steve Hoberman – Data Modelling Masterclass – It was structured very well with good exercises to help understand new concepts. Policy Officer

Steve Hoberman – Data Modelling Masterclass – Quality Presentation Steve is super approachable and excellent at guiding attendees. Programme Reporting Manager

Steve Hoberman, Data Modelling Masterclass Great content and speaker. Very useful practical knowledge for my work. – BI Developer

Steve Hoberman – Advanced Data Modelling Challenge – Simple, clear, succinct. Assistant Director

Steve Hoberman – Advanced Data Modelling Challenge  – Definitely learnt more on abstracting. Data Officer

Peter Aiken – Evolving your Information Architecture  -Excellent content and delivery. Wonderful work. Information Architect

Peter Aiken – Evolving your Information Architecture – Peter is an engaging and effective presenter with wide experience, which he shares. Also a good networking opportunity. Senior Information Governance Officer

Evolving your Information Architecture by Peter Aiken – Extraordinary.  Design & Data Scientist

Lloyd Robinson, Data Management Overview It was great.  I learnt a lot. – Program Coordinator

Lloyd Robinson, Data Management Overview – “Lloyd is great presenter and managed to sustain our interest throughout the day”, Data Management Team Coordinator

Lloyd Robinson, Practical Data Governance “Good detail and notes” Data Management Team Member

Lloyd Robinson, Practical Data Governance Thoroughly enjoyed the course. Very relevant it my work, even the case studies – Business Manager, Analysis & Reporting in Team

Lloyd Robinson Data management Overview – “I work in a different area but the course was useful for understanding data management concepts. Something to look into for career development”, Reporting Officer

Analytics Information Management Architecture Overview

Analytics Information management architecture is concerned with both the design and practice of integrated business analytics and information management environment.

This 1-day workshop provides an interactive forum to discuss and learn the fundamentals of a model-driven adaptive AIM architecture approach, that involves:

  1. Analytics (statistical, visualisation).
  2. Information integration (data vault, data virtualisation, dimensional).
  3. Transactional information (relational, non-relational) models including information governance and quality.

Dr Gil assumes no prior knowledge to begin this so that you participants gain a practical understanding of the model-driven applied adaptive AIM architecture approach and industry best practices for AIM architecture modelling and strategic planning

Course Outline

  • Adaptive Thinking
  • Adaptive AIM Architecture
  • When and how to take the initiative
  • Initiate, Discover, Implement, Adapt Cycle
  • Governance to stay on track.

Each participant will be provided with a set of workshop slides.

Who should attend:

  • Analytics, Information and Data Architects
  • Business Change and Transformation Professionals
  • Data Analysts, Engineers, Scientist and Stewards
  • Directors and Head of Departments
  • Strategists, Policy and Law Experts
  • Portfolio, Program and Project Managers

Presenters

Asif Gill

Book Review: Adaptive Cloud Architecture

By Dr Asif Gill

” We are starting to notice the transformative nature of cloud and digital business impacting both the supply side and demand side of the IT services marketplace…

The Gill Framework® addresses this emerging niche with the ‘Adaptive Enterprise Services System’ (AESS), a systems-of-systems framework. What sets the AESS framework apart from others is the practical application of the Adapting, Defining, Operating, Managing, Supporting (ADOMS) life-cycle management approach. Adapting to change, as a result of pressures of digital business and cloud, requires a new response with new capabilities around agile. This book is a body of knowledge which is a must have handbook for adaptive business and IT thinkers and leaders.”

Dr Pedro Harris
Executive Director, ICT Strategic Delivery
Department of Treasury, Office of Finance and Services, NSW

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