Nigel Turner will present a keynote during the Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Summit on March 25th and 26th 2020: ‘Data Governance and Architecture – Making the connections’. Nigel will outline why Data Governance and Architecture should be connected, how to make it happen, and what part Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing will play in defining a robust and sustainable Governance programme.
Nigel Turner is Principal Information Management Consultant for EMEA at Global Data Strategy Ltd. and Vice-Chair of the Data Management Association of the UK. Nigel has worked in Information Management for over 25 years, both as an in-house deliverer of Information Management solutions at British Telecommunications plc and subsequently as an external consultant to more than 150 clients. He also works as a part time project manager at Cardiff University’s National Software Academy. Nigel is a sought after speaker at conferences on information management.
In his keynote ‘Data Governance and Architecture – Making the connections’ Nigel Turner will tell that implementing Data Governance without aligning it with a defined enterprise and data architecture is fraught with dangers. With data increasingly being seen as a critical corporate asset, more organisations are embracing the concepts and practices of Data Governance. As a result Data Governance is today one of the hottest topics in data management, focusing both on how Governance driven change can enable companies to gain better leverage from their data and also to help them design and enforce the controls needed to ensure they remain compliant with regulations. This session will outline why Data Governance and Architecture should be connected, how to make it happen, and what part Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing play in defining a robust and sustainable Governance programme.
The Datawarehousing & Business Intelligence Summit takes place on March 25th and 26th 2020 in the Van der Valk Hotel Utrecht, The Netherlands. This seventh edition of the DW&BI Summit will offer a two-day extensive programme with keynotes from speakers within the Business Intelligence field like Keith McCormick, Wayne Eckerson, Dave Wells, Nigel Turner, Rick van der Lans, Peter Boncz, Egge van der Poel, Antoine Stelma, Piethein Strengholt and Tim Schulteis. Again this year the DW&BI Summit brings a very strong line-up of speakers that are willing to share their insights with you. Key subjects this time will be topics like Database Technology, Analytics, Datawarehousing, Data modeling, Data storytelling, Machine Learning, DataQuality and lots more.