Driving organizational change at any level is not easy, which is why so few enterprises - even in the midst of the current IoT, AI, and machine learning revolution - have managed to pivot to become completely data-driven companies. But some have found success, and at EGG2017 in New York City, a group of experts from BCG Gamma, Goldman Sachs, Damiler, and The New York Times talked about their experiences in data transformation together.
Dataiku hosted the inaugural EGG conference in November 2017 in New York City where experts across industries provided a practical look at what it takes to transform organizations around analytics (plus tactical takeaways and next steps for how to get there).
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be doing a deep dive into or recap on some of the talks and topics for those who weren’t able to attend. (By the way, you can sign up to receive info on EGG2018 here to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action.)
Watch the panel discussion hosted by Matt Turck, Managing Director at FirstMark Capital, and featuring:
- Andrea Gallego, Principal & CTO at BCG Gamma
- Mayur Thakur, Managing Director at Goldman Sachs
- Walid Mehanna, Head of Data and Analytics at Daimler
- Chris Wiggins, Lead Analytics Architect at New York Times:
If you're ready for more inspiration for scaling a data team in a large enterprise, check out some of our other fantastic speakers at EGG2017, including:
- Walid Mehanna on Bringing Value from Data at Daimler
- Chris Kakkanatt on Scaling Data Science at Pfizer
- Mayur Thakur on the Data-First Approach at Goldman Sachs
- Daniel Levine on Content Analytics at Spotify
- Jeremy Salfen on Building a Recommendation Engine at Kickstarter
- Gaelle Periat on Embarking The Data Crew For The Enterprise at Ubisoft