PM2: Communication Management Techniques to Transform Your Organization's Data Governance Culture
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  Valeh Nazemoff   Valeh Nazemoff
Author & Executive Vice President


Monday, April 3, 2017
01:30 PM - 04:45 PM

Level:  Intermediate

How does one approach GRC and other data management initiatives? In constantly changing environments, how do you overcome barriers to effectively communicate, gain consensus, and truly collaborate?

This workshop will share communication management techniques geared towards addressing those questions. Highlights include the importance of organizational communication, metadata management, and change management using neuroscience and psychology dynamics and techniques.

We will discuss:

  • Neuroscience of communication as it relates to business and data
  • Key essentials required during the planning stage
  • Associated streamline analysis of metrics and measurements, targets, and reporting values to conform with organizational objectives
  • Considerations in capturing source data
  • Gap analyses and required intelligences
  • Strategy mapping

Valeh Nazemoff, best-selling author of "The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind," is the EVP of Acolyst, a high-level data and business performance management consulting firm. She has been featured in several media publications such as Fast Company, Thomson Reuters, Wiley, InformationWeek, IDG, Huffington Post, SUCCESS, Entrepreneur, Fox News, Yahoo, Data Center Knowledge, and Inc Magazine. She has a blog series “The Mindful CIO” on Recognized as a go-to business transformational and technology expert, she blends research from the fields of neuroscience, psychology, organizational behavior, and analytics with inputs from industry leaders and her company’s extensive experience. Valeh has guided project teams for many government clients, including USPS, SSA, and PBGC. She has held workshops and speaking sessions at GRC Summit, CAWorld, ERWorld, among other prominent venues that have drawn attendees from Harvard University, IBM, Wal-Mart, and Erie Insurance.

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