Target Audiences > Project Managers


Sunday, 3/16/2008
Workshops 03:30 PM - 06:45 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
W1: Developing Robust Business Requirements Anne Marie Smith, Alabama Yankee Systems, LLC
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W5: Optimizing the ERP Environment through Data Quality and Governance Danette McGilvray, Granite Falls
Business
Governance & Stewardship
W6: ITIL and IT Service Management for Data Managers Charles T. Betz, Author & Fortune 50 Architect
Introductory
Governance & Stewardship
 
Monday, 3/17/2008
Tutorials 08:30 AM - 04:45 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
T1: Building the Enterprise Information Management Function Malcolm Chisholm, Askget.com Inc
Introductory
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
T3: Integrating Data Governance and Data Modeling into Your SDLC Gwen Thomas, IFC, part of the World Bank Group
Len Silverston, Universal Data Models
Introductory
Governance & Stewardship
T5: Advanced Topics in Dimensional Modeling Thomas F. Haughey, InfoModel LLC
Advanced
Data Warehousing & BI
T6: Power, Politics and Partnership in Data Management Maureen Clarry,
Lorna Rickard, CONNECT: The Knowledge Network
Business
Management & Methods
T7: What Every Data Professional Needs to Know about Business Rules Ronald G. Ross, Business Rule Solutions, LLC
Introductory
Business Rules
T8: Introduction to Master Data Management David Loshin, Knowledge Integrity
Introductory
Master Data Management
T10: SOA from A-to-Z (Service Oriented Architecture) James Bean, SOA Lightning
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Service Oriented Architectures
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Night School 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
The Advancement of Professionalism through the CDMP Patricia Cupoli, Edmonds Community College
Business
Professional Development
Data Integration with Automated Data Discovery and Rapid Prototyping James Paat, Sypherlink
Introductory
Data Warehousing & BI
Making Data Meaningful: MDM for Analytics Cliff Longman, Kalido
Introductory
Master Data Management
Do You Have Business Justification for Your MDM Project? Alex Gorelik, Exeros
Business
Master Data Management
 
Tuesday, 3/18/2008
Early Sessions 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM
Title Speakers Audience Track
The Politics of Data: How to Stop the Mudslinging and Start Making Progress Tracy Ring, Capgemini
Introductory
Communication & Collaboration
10:15 Sessions 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
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Agile Development Meet Business and Data Management Needs William Chase, ABC LABS
Intermediate
Data & Application Integration
A Real World Example of Collaboration - Data Modeling JAD at QVC Edward J. Saunders, QVC
Intermediate
Management & Methods
Case Studies in ROI of Customer Data Quality David Raab, Raab Associates Inc.
Business
Data & Information Quality
Using Ruby on Rails to Accomplish Difficult Data Management Tasks Fred Wild, EMC Corporation
Intermediate
Data & Information Quality
11:30 Sessions 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
Did the Military Invent Wikinomics and Not Know It? Michael R. Lewin, UK Ministry of Defence
Business
Management & Methods
An Ontology-Based System of Registries for Metadata and Information Exchange Ralph Hodgson, TopQuadrant
Paul Keller, NASA Ames Research Center
Intermediate
Metadata
1:45 Sessions 01:45 PM - 02:45 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
MDM and CDI ROI and Justification William McKnight, Conversion Services International
Business
Master Data Management
Semantic Complex Event Processing for the Real-Time Knowledge-Driven World Paul Vincent, TIBCO Software Inc
Elisa Kendall, Sandpiper Software
Intermediate
Service Oriented Architectures
Data Virtualization - The Unstoppable Force Robert Eve, Composite Software Inc.
Introductory
Data & Application Integration
3:15 Sessions 03:15 PM - 04:15 PM
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10 Steps to a Successful Data Migration or How to Swim Without Water Wings Sue Geuens, Barclays PLC
Intermediate
Data & Information Quality
I Learned Everything I Need to Know about Data Management from Amazon.com Karen Lopez, InfoAdvisors
Business
Professional Development
In Perspectives 05:00 PM - 05:30 PM
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Data Matching - The Most Critical Component of Data Quality Suresh Menon, Identity Systems
Introductory
Data & Information Quality
In Perspectives 05:45 PM - 06:15 PM
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Work Smarter not Harder – Keeping the Business to Data Conduit Flowing Pete Davini, Mattel Inc. / American Girl Brands Division
Introductory
Modeling
Making Semantics Work in the Enterprise Howard Greenblatt, Metatomix
Introductory
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
In Perspectives 06:30 PM - 07:00 PM
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From Strategy to Execution: Turning Data Governance Policies into Action Brian McVay, DataFlux
Introductory
Governance & Stewardship
Align for Success The Critical Part Data Quality Plays in Complex Business and IT Initiatives Dave Reed, Informatica
Introductory
Data & Information Quality
 
Wednesday, 3/19/2008
Early Sessions 07:15 AM - 08:15 AM
Title Speakers Audience Track
IBM Rational Data Architect User Group Anson Kokkat, IBM
Introductory
Modeling
8:30 Sessions 08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
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ERP Implementation: Bring the Organization and Its Data Together GeJuan Ingram, Florida Department of Revenue
Melody M. Harrington, Florida Department of Revenue
Introductory
Management & Methods
10:00 Sessions 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Title Speakers Audience Track
Mapping the Data Landscape Malcolm Chisholm, Askget.com Inc
Intermediate
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
Establishing Data Modeling as a Service in BP Christopher M Bradley, IPL
Ken B. Dunn, BP
Introductory
Modeling
Business and Data – A Model Driven Approach David Dichmann, Sybase, Inc.
Intermediate
Modeling
Data Governance Agreements: Key to Sustainable Data Lineage Metadata Gwen Thomas, IFC, part of the World Bank Group
Advanced
Governance & Stewardship
11:15 Sessions 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
Deploying Semantic Web Solutions: I’ve Built an Ontology, Now What? Irene Polikoff, TopQuadrant
Dean Allemang, TopQuadrant
Introductory
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
Combining Structured and Unstructured Content to Deliver Business Value Leyla Akgez-Laakso, Nokia Business Infrastructure
Intermediate
Data & Application Integration
Dimensional Modeling - Alternative Designs for Slowly Changing Dimensions Jeannie Foster, Invitrogen
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Stumbling Towards Nirvana - An Iterative Approach to Home-Grown MDM Richard Pyle, Charles Schwab & Co
Business
Master Data Management
1:15 Sessions 01:15 PM - 02:15 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
Moving to Business Autonomy through Business Intelligence Steve A. Wright, John Lewis Direct
Intermediate
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
Applying the DMBOK to Assess and Align Public Health Surveillance Donna D. Medeiros, RTI International
Intermediate
DMBOK
Waterfall Meets CMMI Meets Agile: A Report from the Battlefield Michael M Gorman, Whitemarsh Information Systems Corporation
Intermediate
Management & Methods
In Perspectives 04:00 PM - 04:30 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
Eliminate the Number One Risk in MDM Deployments: Understanding Your Data Denise Sparks, Exeros, Inc.
Introductory
Master Data Management
In Perspectives 04:45 PM - 05:15 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
IBM Metadata Strategy – An Information Management Perspective Steven Totman, IBM
Paula Fricker, IBM
Introductory
Management & Methods
5:30 Sessions 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
Delivering an Integrated Longitudinal Electronic Health Record (EHR) Mark J. Wise, Vancouver Coastal Health / Wise Consulting Inc.
Business
Data & Application Integration
Data Custodianship in the Natural Resource Sector Peter G. Friesen, GeoBC, Province of British Columbia, Canada
Business
Governance & Stewardship
 
Thursday, 3/20/2008
8:30 Sessions 08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
Title Speakers Audience Track
No Data Left Behind: An Enterprise Data Management Case Study Holly Ann Hyland, Federal Student Aid - US Department of Education
Lisa Elliott, Federal Student Aid - US Department of Education
Intermediate
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
An Alternative Approach for Quality Master Reference Data Daniel Varghese, US-Department of State /Creative Information Technology, Inc
Young Paik, US Department of State
Intermediate
Master Data Management
Impact of Service Oriented Architecture on Data Modeling: A Case Study Mirza Dharani, Allstate Financial
Dyuti Patankar, Allstate Financial
Intermediate
Service Oriented Architectures
9:50 Sessions 09:50 AM - 10:50 AM
Title Speakers Audience Track
Logical vs. Physical Data Integration: A Practical Decision Guide Jorge Yero, Aera Energy LLC
Intermediate
Data & Application Integration
Data Quality Tools and Data Modeling: They Do Work Together! Theresa E. Alarid, Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
Barb Kett, Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
Intermediate
Data & Information Quality
Case Study: Implementing a Securities Master Using Flexible Data Models at Lord Abbett Len Silverston, Universal Data Models, LLC
Business
Master Data Management
Metatopia: A Utopian Metadata Management Solution? Mark Standring, CFC
Intermediate
Metadata
Seminars 01:30 PM - 04:30 PM
Title Speakers Audience Track
S2: Working with Techs: Better Collaboration with Developers and DBAs Karen Lopez, InfoAdvisors
Business
Communication & Collaboration
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
Service Oriented Architectures
S3: Leading Change: the Human Factor C. Lwanga Yonke, Independent
Advanced
Enterprise Information Management (EIM)
Management & Methods
Service Oriented Architectures
S5: All New! Data Modeling Challenges Steve Hoberman, Steve Hoberman & Associates
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