Collecting good data: How to drive change and enforce better behaviours within your organisation - Scotland


Collecting good data: How to drive change and enforce better behaviours within your organisation - Scotland


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This virtual event will be delivered by Jeremy Hyman. He will explore with you ways to promote data into the business, driving change and behaviour.

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Finance professionals are the custodians of high-quality data.

How might they extend their role and reach, both to influence the ways in which data is collected and maintained, and how that data is used to drive change, and enforce better behaviours and working practices throughout the organisation? What are the benefits, what challenges might they face and how they overcome them? What practical skills do they need, and what technologies might they harness?

Drawing on practical experience and technical insight, Jeremy will address these points and welcome questions (and challenges!) from the audience.

Speaker Details

Jeremy Hyman has worked for 25 years in the professional services sector. With a degree in law, and spells variously as IT manager, partner, software developer and management consultant, Jeremy has acquired a host of technical, practical and commercial skills.

Jeremy heads up Jeremy Hyman Associates, where a team of eight provide leadership and guidance in technology matters to more than 20 of the Top 60 accountancy firms in the UK. The firm also advises seven of the top 20 associations and networks of accountants, and their members, globally.

Jeremy helps partners in professional firms fully understand the impact and benefit that technology can deliver, in plain language, taking away the mystery of IT. He provides credible, reliable and independent leadership enabling firms to use technology to maximise efficiency, offer innovative services, and boost profits.

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Programme outline

Start time: 12.30pm

End time: 1.30pm