Presented By O’Reilly and Cloudera
Make Data Work
21–22 May 2018: Training
22–24 May 2018: Tutorials & Conference
London, UK

Using data flow and machine learning to measure real transformation in culture, capacity, and delivery

Location: Capital Suite 4
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Traditional methods of measuring cultural change, innovation, increases in capacity, and improved delivery capabilities are outdated, creating millions in hidden costs for organizations today. While digital transformation continues to be an annual global spend of US$2 trillion, financial services are struggling to implement modern tools and methodologies to effectively manage and predict real innovation and internal change. In the meantime, the market and corporate boards are demanding relevant, accurate transparency on billion-dollar spend programs.

Bombarded with competing priorities and nonnegotiable forces of change, companies need an innovation upgrade to achieve meaningful, competitive advantage in the Next Economy. Angelique Mohring explains what information flow means for financial services, covering the advantages and challenges and detailing how to measure real innovation and cultural transformation through the lens of data flow and nontraditional sources of data to accelerate both organizational capacity and delivery capabilities. Join in to discover how early adopters are using machine learning, data flow, and network design theory to move beyond the constraints of outdated models, metrics, and KPIs.

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Angelique Mohring


Angelique Mohring is founder and CEO of GainX, which leverages AI and advanced network design theory to accelerate global transformation for business. Angelique believes the world has entered a state of digital and economic transformation the like of which we’ve never experienced before and in which we are gravely unprepared. Her combined 25 years of experience as an anthropologist and bioarchaeologist, Fortune 500 consultant, and technology executive has given her a deep understanding on how organizations must drive sustainable growth through innovation and transformation. Angelique is a sought-after speaker in the US, Canada, and Europe on topics that include AI and machine learning, the future of the enterprise, collaborative innovation, global cultural and digital transformation, the future of work, and uncovering the unspoken dependencies across economic ecosystems for companies and events such as the Financial Times, IBM, Goldman Sachs, Google, the Telegraph, Silicon Valley, Microsoft, RBS, Money 2020, Pandemonio, MaRS Verge, Finovate Europe, Dublin’s UpRise, Finovate NYC, Banking Disrupted, and the Future of Work as well as several academic institutions. Angelique is active politically, helping the individual understand why they matter in the Next Economy, why and how corporations must navigate the tsunami of change in the next decade, and the roles governments must play in economic stability.