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Why do some data management programs succeed and others fail?

Join Profisee for a hands-on workshop led by former MDM VP and Gartner Analyst Bill O’Kane to learn about the mission critical role business cases play in getting data management programs approved and funded.

The #1 reason of data management program failure, is the failure to create a business case that fosters real business outcomes.
Workshop takeaways will include:
  • Learn how a well-formulated business case can help you powerfully and accurately articulate and prove the benefits of data management
  • Learn the most common mistakes organizations make when introducing, scoping and justifying a data management program
  • Get take-home guidelines on maximizing the delivery of business benefits and leave with a framework for building a business case that proves the need and benefits of a data management program.
Agenda

Friday, November 15th, 2019

9:30am
Registration & Breakfast
10:30am – 11:00
Create your own (or group) Business Impact Roadmap
11:00am – 11:30
Sharing of Results
11:30am – 11:45
What Good Looks Like: 2 Good Examples
11:45am – 12:00
Final Questions & Recap
12:00pm – 13:00
Lunch
13:00pm – 16:00
Take the chance for a 1:1 consultation with Bill to discuss your specific business case.
Important: The workshop class room has a max capacity of 20 people, seating is limited and will fill up quickly.
Leading the workshop:

Former Gartner Analyst and Profisee VP & MDM Strategist Bill O’Kane will guide you through a framework that will help you articulate your organization’s pain points and growth opportunities to ensure and prove the need and benefit of data management program and how to create a business impact road map.

Bill O’Kane Former Gartner Analyst – VP & MDM Strategist, Profisee
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Details

When

November 15, 2019, 9:30 am

Location

Munich, DE

Venue

pmOne AG

Barthstraße 2 - 10
80339 München
Deutschland

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