3rd Chief Digital Officer Summit
The 3rd Chief Digital Officer Asia Summit brings together Chief Digital Officers and digital leaders from all sectors across the Asia-Pacific region to share insights and experiences on the challenges of keeping digital strategies on track. Also, data science and analytics experts will provide pro tips and expert advice on how to make the most of your data in an increasingly competitive (and regulated) environment.
Digital leaders who attend the event will have access to exclusive content that focuses on upskilling capabilities, sharpening skills, and acquiring invaluable expertise. Delegates will be able to gain and share knowledge with speakers and each other to help them stay on (and even drive) the cutting edge of today’s hypercompetitive and rapidly evolving digital ecosystem.
Why Chief Digital Officer Asia Summit is Different
- Learn about what “digital” means for the traditional enterprise that has existed for decades or event centuries before the digital era
- Listen to how peers in the industry are phasing out legacy infrastructure and learning from the startup revolution
- Understand how the CDO can work together with the C-suite to propel the company into a new gear
- Know how to run an end-to-end digital transformation process and what to keep in mind
- Gain valuable insights on mastering customer interactions and advocacy in an increasingly fast-paced, complex, interconnected world
2020 VISION: THE CDO’S ROLE IN BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION STRATEGIES
High-level blueprints for digital transformation strategies abound; but what separates a great CDO from the rest is his or her ability to execute it. So, how does an experienced CDO translate board-level strategy into tactics on the ground, and what specific everyday changes that need to be made in process, technology and people management to make an organization truly digital? This session will break down the ideal “task list” of the CDO in his or her drive to get the enterprise moving in a new direction.
CDOs are already focused on leading their organization to the digital age but that’s just the start – the next wave of disruption is on the horizon. And you won’t see it coming. That means your digitalization strategy needs to be future-proofed against the unknown. Here’s how you do that.
THE CUTTING EDGE OF DIGITAL ENABLEMENT
CEOs discuss what AI means for their business, implementation strategies and how it will give them a competitive advantage in a world where their competitors will also have AI.
If data is “the new oil” in the digital world, then data governance is the refinement process that makes it useful. This refinement process requires the right tools to clean and contextualize old and new data – and do it in real time. This session explores how data virtualization can help CDOs make data governance a priority, while speeding up your digital transformation initiatives.
We’ve heard for years about the importance of the network edge as a way to get closer to customers. But now it’s finally here and it’s primed to be a game changer in more ways than one. Here’s how, and why now.
"Data driven” is a hot buzzword, but it’s also potentially misleading. Being truly “data driven” isn't a technology or solution – it’s a way of life that permeates the entire organization. In this session, our panel of CXO experts discuss at how businesses should be thinking about data, analytics and AI – priorities, collaboration, and inclusion.
WEIRD DATA SCIENCE: HARNESSING THE POWER OF ANALYTICS AND AI
Advances in data science, analytics and AI promise hyperpersonalization at scale. But where do you draw the line between knowing your individual customers well, and intruding into their personal space and how do you handle bias and data privacy across the region? This Executive Panel investigates.
Enterprise Data Migration often takes a minimum of 15 months to enable. There are a growing number of data migration options but management is a challenge as data lakes get larger across multiple storage stacks. This session looks at the challenges of data migration, storage and access. And how to build for the future.
In a data-driven market environment, data hygiene rules. Good data governance practices can help to root out bias, ensure accuracy, and drive initiatives for artificial intelligence and IoT. But how do you know whether your hygiene is good enough? And what are the steps you can take to improve your data governance. This session explores case studies, new insights and current solutions.
AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS AND NETWORKING
For enterprises to truly harness AI’s potential, AI innovation should be bottom-up, not top-down – every department should be tinkering with AI to see what it can do for them. However, that means educating and upskilling staff, as well as fostering the right corporate culture to encourage employees to innovate without fear that failure will cost them their job. This session looks at the challenges of fostering and managing a culture of AI innovation at all levels of the organization.