This one-day workshop is aimed at current or aspiring leaders and managers of AI / machine learning teams and functions. The focus of the course is on the key concepts that are required to avoid the most common and far too frequent failures in AI projects and initiatives.
Python is a high-level, general-purpose language used by a thriving community of millions. Data-science teams often use it in their production environments and analysis pipelines, and it’s the tool of choice for elite data-mining competition winners and deep-learning innovations. This course provides a foundation for using Python in exploratory data analysis and visualisation, and as a stepping stone to machine learning.
Data ethics is rapidly becoming the most critical aspect of engaging in a data driven, digital world. Significant backlash against industry giants like Facebook and Google for their data practices has pushed data ethics into mainstream society. With the ACCC signaling its intentions to focus on data practices and a host of new legislation, led by GDPR in Europe, the open data movement and the Consumer Data Right in Australia, it has become a key concern for digital consumers and the companies that serve them. The course covers the practical issues involved in implementing data ethics and uses real world illustrations and cases. We start with high profile data ethics cases and cover the essentials of the new legislation. We then walk through a data ethics policy. Day 2 focuses on a toolkit for implementing data trust and privacy by design, then covers consent and transparency requirements. It closes with a real-world framework for the governance required and an overview of the practical implementation steps.
This two day course provides an informed, realistic and comprehensive foundation for establishing best practice Data Governance in your organisation. Suitable for every level from CDO to executive to data steward, this highly practical course will equip you with the tools and strategies needed to successfully create and implement a Data Governance strategy and roadmap.
This course is for executives and managers who want to leverage analytics to support their most vital decisions and enable better decision-making at the highest levels. It empowers senior executives with skills to make more effective use of data analytics. It covers contexts including strategic decision-making and shows attendees ways to use data to make better decisions. Attendees will learn how to receive, understand and make decisions from a range of analytics methods, including visualisation and dashboards. They will also be taught to work with analysts as effective customers.
This course presents a process and methods for an agile analytics delivery. Agile Insights reflects the capabilities required by any organization to develop insights from data and validating potential business value.Content presented describes the process, how it is executed and how it can be deployed as a standard process inside an organization. The course will also share best practices, highlight potential tripwires to watch out for, as well as roles and resources required.
This course describes the cultural and organisational aspects required for an organisation on the digital transformation path. A healthy corporate culture around data awareness is imperative to leverage the potential and value of data to the benefit of a company's business model. The organisation needs to reflect the culture and reward those who add value to a corporation by using data and analytics. Content presented explains personality and skill identification, how to prototype an agile analytics organisation and describe how to validate change capabilities, close gaps and execute a transition strategy.
This workshop describes a framework for capacity planning in an enterprise data environment. We will propose a model for defining service level agreements (SLAs) and then using these SLAs to drive the capacity planning and configuration for enterprise data solutions. Guidelines will be provided for capacity planning in a mixed workload environment involving both strategic and tactical decision support. Performance implications related to technology trends in multi-core CPU deployment, large memory deployment, and high density disk drives will be described. In addition, the capacity planning implications for different approaches for data acquisition will be considered.