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14:00 Wednesday 5th February 2020

The King's Fund, 11 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN

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Many charities struggle to develop consistent models and standards to govern all the data that is collected and stored across the organisation. Putting in place agreed terminology (a data dictionary) can be much more complicated than expected as it is more about organisational culture and breaking down silos than about technology. If you want to integrate systems (HR, CRM, finance etc) and especially if you plan to introduce a central data warehouse and organisation-wide business intelligence this is an essential requirement. Going through a data architecture project will also help streamline compliance with data protection and make delivery of subject access requests and data retention rules significantly easier.

The progamme

14.00

Arrival and welcome

David Membrey – Adapta Consulting
Welcome to the event, introductions and overview of the agenda for the afternoon.

14:15

 

Opportunities and challenges of understanding your organisation’s data
Where is data stored, who uses it for what purposes, where are the overlaps? Is terminology used consistently across teams. Who ‘owns’ the data and do they share it with other teams?

14:30

Case studies

Short stories from speakers
Short practical case studies from speakers who have embarked on the journey to building an organisational-wide understanding of data – sharing their experiences, including what worked well – and key tips they picked up along the way.

15:45

Discussion and feedback

All
A round table discussion and feedback.

16.45

Review and close

David Membrey – Adapta Consulting

Attendance at each event earns 3 CPD points.

To make a booking:

Attendance at this event is FREE and only open to charities and non-profit organisations. To maximise value of shared learning, places are limited to two delegates per organisation. Complete the online booking form here.

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