Essential Elements of a Data Driven Culture
Date: This event took place live on November 12 2015
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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Creating a data driven culture is one of the most important strategies for a successful company. There are diverse and complicated elements of making sure it is sustainable. Join us to get ideas for your data governance, analytic use cases and processes for getting people to use the data and not fight over it.
In this webcast you will learn:
About Jen Grant, CMO — Looker
Jen Grant is the CMO at Looker. Grant was the first executive marketing hire at Box, overseeing its growth from a small start-up to an IPO-ready and industry-leading enterprise content collaboration company used by the majority of Fortune 500 companies. After Box, she spent a few years advising Homebrew's portfolio, sitting on the board of directors of nonprofit K-12 Team, and leading the rebranding of Elastic as CMO. Prior to Box, Grant spent four years at Google leading the Google Apps EDU, Gmail and Book Search marketing teams.
About Carl Anderson, Director of Data Science, Warby Parker
Carl Anderson is the Director of Data Science at Warby Parker in New York overseeing data engineering, data science, supporting the broader analytics org, and creating a data-driven organization. He has had a broad-ranging career, mostly in scientific computing, covering areas such as healthcare modeling, data compression, robotics, and agent based modeling. He holds a Ph.D. in mathematical biology from the University of Sheffield, UK. He is the author of "Creating a Data-Driven Organization" (O'Reilly, 2015).