Call for Presentations
Deadline June 1, 2018

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Important Dates

Proposal Submission Deadline - June 1, 2018

Approval Decision - July 30, 2018

Presentation Files Submission Deadline - Nov. 2, 2018

We are interested in proposals that focus on case studies, lessons learned, success stories, and the "how-tos" related to data governance and stewardship.

We are especially interested in submissions where the presenter or proposal has not been presented previously at other events.

Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Case studies and success stories
  • Best practices and lessons learned
  • Business oriented presentations
  • The Chief Data Officer and governance
  • Selling data governance
  • Getting started with data governance and developing a data governance strategy
  • Risk management, information security, privacy and GDPR compliance
  • Data policies and standards implementation
  • Post implementation issues. Pitfalls to avoid
  • Data governance in an agile environment
  • Data governance and Master Data Management
  • Data stewardship
  • Governing data in the cloud
  • Governing the data lake and Big Data Governance
  • Metrics and assessing the effectiveness of your data governance program
  • Data governance for the IoT, IA and Machine Learning
  • Data governance and analytics
  • Reference data governance
  • Business glossaries and Metadata governance
  • Data governance roles and career paths
  • Making data governance operational in financial services
  • Effective methods for compliance, handling regulatory reporting and oversight
  • Governance, security and standards for blockchain, smart contracts and ledger technology
  • Governance and Fintech
  • Ontologies such as Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO)

How to Increase Your Chances of Being Accepted

We receive a large number of submissions, so it is not possible for us to accept all proposals. Positive weighting is given to presentations that are:

  1. First-hand, detailed case studies from personal experiences.
  2. Concise abstracts outlining what attendees will learn and why/how it is useful to them.
  3. Abstracts with topics besides defining data quality and data governance.
  4. Solutions regarding resolving data quality issues not a overview of common problems.
  5. Abstracts for sessions providing takeaways in data governance and data quality.

Presentations may be proposed in the following categories:

  • Conference Sessions (45 minutes)
  • Tutorials and workshops (half day)

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