Over the next three weeks, we’re co-hosting three ‘BI Executive Forum' events with Oakton in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. It’s not specifically about Business Intelligence (BI) in Education, which means there will be opportunities to learn about the application of BI in various industries - and see how it applies to business intelligence in education. And possibly the best bit is that you don’t just hear about change from a technology perspective, but get to hear users talking about the business issues and the process changes that can be driven through better use of technology solutions. At the Sydney and Canberra event, this includes a speaker from the NSW Department of Education and Communities.
As John Brand, Vice President of the CIO Group at Forrester Research, puts it:
The three BI Executive Forums each have a range of external speakers and an expert panel - including analysts and customers - with hosted interviews and Q&A session. John Brand and Mark Jones, Director of Filter Media, will moderate the panel, comprising senior corporate and government leaders. The panels change at each event, and include NSW Department of Education and Communities, Australian Taxation Office, Airservices Australia, Infigen Energy, Australian Leisure and Hospitality (ALH), Salta Properties and Reliance Petroleum.
The interactive Q&A session will offer the opportunity to be part of a thought leadership conversation around how to:
The event is going to be of most value to senior leaders in universities, TAFEs and state education systems. It’s the kind of event that you’d expect to pay a steep entry fee for if it was run by a commercial conference company, but because of our sponsorship, this series is actually free to attend for executive leaders.
7:30am - 8:00am
8:00am - 9:00am
John Brand, Vice President of the CIO Group at Forrester Research
9:00am - 9:20am
9:20am - 10:00am
Panel discussion and Q&A: Managing the data deluge to drive a culture of performance Mark Jones will conduct keynote interviews before facilitating an interactive Q&A session:
There are three events that you can sign up for:
Melbourne, 19th October, Microsoft offices in Freshwater Place - Register Sydney, 20th October, Hilton Sydney in George Street - Register Canberra, 3rd November, National Portrait Gallery - Register