DIN Digital IT & CIO forum with Albert King Chief Data Officer Scottish Gov

DIN Digital IT & CIO forum with Albert King Chief Data Officer Scottish Gov

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The power of digital and data to transform lives & organisations at DINs network event for housing CIOs, IT leaders and data enthusiasts

About this event

The Disruptive Innovators Network is delighted to invite you along to our next Housing CIO/IT/Data forum.

In this session we are delighted to welcome a titan in the field of data and digital Albert King. Albert is Chief Data Officer for the Scottish Government and a real exponent of the power of digital and data to transform lives and businesses

In this open forum session we will aim to cover a range of issues relevant to DIN members work including:

  • How do organisations currently think about data and digital and what needs to change?
  • How can you make sense of the increasing volume of data and make use of it in business decisions?
  • Understanding good and bad data
  • The evolution of AI and where is it heading
  • How can you avoid digital delegation to just the IT team
  • What are the new skills you are going to have to acquire or develop to make your organisation more digital

The purpose of the forum is to provide a safe space to debate some of the big strategic and emerging tech and data issues which may impact on housing providers.

We will hear from thought leaders from inside and outside the housing world, including other public sectors as well as commercial sectors. Engage with your peers and expand your network.

Attendance will provide you with timely intelligence and insight into the major change programmes taking place in the world of digital transformation, where is new tech thinking emerging, how is strategy evolving, what is working and more importantly what isn’t!

Attendance is free for DIN members as part of your subscription.