Project Data Analytics Event
Hype or reality: Panel insights into the impact of project data analytics
22nd January 2020 at 6 pm
Harrie Massie Lecture Theatre, UCL, 25 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AY
We are mixing things up a little for 2020 and will be starting the year off with a panel session comprising a series of 10 min presentations covering:
The case for change and why we need a collaborative approach to data quality/volume
The need for change within the oil and gas sector. What else is happening in the world of data that will help to shape progress?
Perspectives from academia. Current research, initiatives and a glimpse into the future.
From operations to project delivery. How data science is impacting the utility sector.
Is project delivery dead? Perspectives from financial services and the role of data.
Followed by a discussion examining:
Is project data analytics hype/a pipedream or is it becoming a reality?
What are the key barriers and how are they being overcome?
What is the impact for organisations and employees?
What is the call to action?
How should people in the audience prepare or is it so far off that they don’t need to worry?
What does 2025 look like in terms of data enabled project delivery?
Plus questions from the audience.
The presentations may change slightly as we firm up the final members of the panel.
We have a high calibre panel that includes:
Grant Findlay, Director at Sir Robert McAlpine.
Ross Simson, Head of Data Factory at Thames Water
Steve Ashley, Digital Transformation Solution Centre Manager, Oil and Gas Technology Centre
Grant Mills, Senior lecturer, UCL
2 others TBC.
Free drinks and we will also be ordering pizza from a local restaurant.
A big thanks to UCL for sponsoring the venue and to our other sponsors who make it happen including Association for Project Management, Sir Robert McAlpine and Projecting Success.
|Event Date||22-01-2020 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||22-01-2020 8:30 pm|
|Location||Harrie Massey Lecture Theatre|