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The purpose of TDWI Chapters is to enable local Business Intelligence/Data Warehousing professionals to:

  • Meet regularly with each other on a regional basis
  • Share best practices in a small group setting
  • Establish a strong network of peers
  • Gain technical advice and career direction

Everyone is welcome. We encourage you to join TDWI, but you do not need to be a member to attend.

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Toronto Chapter

The purpose of the Toronto Chapter to enable local BI/DW professionals to:

  • Meet regularly with each other on a regional basis
  • Share best practices in a small group setting
  • Establish a strong network of peers
  • Gain technical advice and career direction

Everyone is welcome. We encourage you to join TDWI, but you do not need to be a member to attend.

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) - The Next Revolution and What’s eating your strategy? - Creating a Data fluent culture

    05/29/2019

    Connect. Share. Learn.

    ATTENTION ALL BI/DW AND ANALYTICS PROFESSIONALS 

    Dear Toronto/GTA Chapter BI/DW and Analytics Professionals, 

    We cordially invite you to attend our upcoming TDWI-Toronto/GTA Chapter meeting on April 25th, 2019. Come meet other local professionals, swap business cards, share ideas, and exchange career advice while listening to quality presentations in a vendor-neutral setting, which is the hallmark of TDWI education. Please see our detailed meeting agenda below.


    When:

    Thurs, Sept 26, 2019, 8:30 a.m. – 11.15 a.m.

    Where:

    CBC Broadcasting Centre
    250 Front Street West, Ground Floor 
    (Enter via Front Street or Wellington Street)
    Toronto, ON

    Topic:

    1) Claudia Mamros presents - AI -  The Next Revolution 
    2) Jennifer Reid presents - What’s eating your strategy? The recipe for organizational development, change management and strategy.

    DON'T MISS THIS EVENT! Please RSVP below 
    Click here to register for the next upcoming event

    Agenda:

    8:30 - 9:00 a.m.

    Networking and Registration

    9:00 – 9:15 a.m.

    Introductions and Chapter Business

    9:15 – 10:00 a.m.

    Claudia Mamros presents - AI
    This interactive session will explore how big data will impact the way we live, work and think. We all know that cognitive learning – be it artificial intelligence, deep learning or machine learning - are at the centre of innovation. What will this mean to us as a society and how will it change our norms? This is the beginning of the cultural revolution.

    Claudia will give us a glimpse into the future and then open discussions to unveil how data and its use will impact transportation, healthcare, construction, manufacturing, government, politics, entertainment, retail, the arts, criminal justice, security, defence, and communication. These industries will be transformed.

    As Andrew Ng puts it, “Data is the new electricity of the 21st century.” This interactive session will explore how data will impact the way we live, work, think, and interact with each other.

    10:00 –10:15 a.m.

    Break and Networking

    10:15 – 11:00 a.m.

    Speaker Jennifer Reid presents - What’s eating your strategy?

    Your organizational strategy, culture and capabilities need to be aligned if you want to survive, let alone transform, your business in a world where no sector is invulnerable to disruption. Peter Drucker is attributed the quote, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”, and yet many organizations don’t actually take the time to assess their culture, nor implement plans to intentionally build and sustain their desired culture to support their strategy.

    As high-tech increasingly becomes high-touch, clients, constituents, and potential employees want to know the business’s unique value proposition exhibited by its values, expectations and how it will interact with the world. While an organizational culture can take years to build, it can be destroyed overnight if left unattended. Jenn’s presentation will share tactics, insights and challenges of creating a plan to build your culture change plan in a data-driven world.

    11:00 – 11:15 a.m.

    Q&A and Wrap-up

    DON'T MISS THIS EVENT! Please RSVP below 
    Click here to register for the next upcoming event 
    Space is limited so sign up early! 

    Presenters:

    Claudia Mamros is a project management professional with a master’s certificate in business analysis and has worked in a variety of industry segments.

    Claudia has worked in a variety of roles including operations, training, administration, sales management, international business operations, management information systems, business analysis and project management. Her industry experience spans from franchising, to interior design, retail, construction, not-for-profit, manufacturing, professional services, quality management systems, healthcare, banking, and municipal government.

    After watching companies of all sizes struggle with many of the same business challenges, she determined finding the right information at the right time is the big one. In 2009, she ventured into consulting to help small to mid-sized organizations get their ducks in a row as a means for reducing errors, improving productivity and profitability, and adopting technology.

    Claudia’s primary role is to stay on top of technology trends and share them with clients to help them make informed decisions.


    Jenn Reid is an Organizational Development Senior Consultant, employed in the complex and recently disrupted Ontario health care industry. Her work includes implementation of enterprise-wide programs for leadership and staff development, and conducting team interventions to enhance performance.

    Jenn’s career experience includes working for large multinational firms in private sector industries from financial services, engineering, and management consulting. Over the past 15 years, she has applied her project management skills in the public health care sector, to lead numerous projects in the areas of organizational development, medical education, performance consulting and strategy management. Significant projects included serving as a reporting and analysis lead, co-creating an organizational learning strategy, implementing enterprise systems for learning management, risk management and HRIS, and leading stakeholder engagement for the development for a large community hospital’s 10-year strategic plan.

    In the health care sector, Jenn works with leaders who face numerous challenges: large spans of control, highly unionized workforce, limited financial resources, and competition for qualified talent. Jenn’s mission is to enhance capacity by developing systems and structures to boost productivity, build capability by developing skills in design thinking and innovation and mobilize strategy by creating a culture that supports employee engagement.

    Jenn’s passion to improve productivity, spot new ideas and implement solutions is exemplified by her tagline, “Get Better, Get Different, Get Going!”


    To become a member at a 10% discount, please click here and use priority code torcptr1. 
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    To contact a Chapter officer, click on name of the officer located on the top right hand column of this page.

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