Southeast Asia Chapter Launch
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Join the EDM Council and our hosts PwC as we launch the Southeast Asia chapter. You are invited to both our Member Briefing with Networking Reception and our optional DCAM Training courses.

12/6/2018 to 12/7/2018
When: 6 - 7 December, 2018
Where: Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Contact: Kate Edwards

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Open Member Briefing and Reception – Thursday, December 6
Join EDM Council and PwC executives and members for an enlightening afternoon discussing the latest trends, best practices and future directions in data management. Network with peers, make new connections and mingle over drinks.

Members and prospective members are welcome to join this first EDM Council chapter meeting.

Pricing: Free - No fee

14:00-17:30  Afternoon event with panel discussions and presentations

17:30-19:30   Networking and Drinks Reception

 

EDM Council DCAM Training – Thursday/Friday, December 6/7

The Data Management Capability Assessment Model (DCAM) is the industry-standard, best practice framework for developing and sustaining a comprehensive data management program. Upwards of 60% of the global financial industry and regulators are using DCAM to assess and benchmark their data management.


Pricing:

Members: US$375 for one course; US$500 for both.
Non-members: US$550 for one course; US$715 for
both.

9:00-12:00   Strategic Concepts in Data Management (December 6)

Half-day overview course suitable for all professionals

Discusses important concepts of data management – managing data as an asset, managing meaning, ensuring data is fit-for-purpose, and balancing data governance without inhibiting innovation. Gain the acumen needed to be successful in today’s data-driven culture. Excellent precursor to Introduction to DCAM course.


9:00-12:00   Introduction to DCAM (December 7)

Introductory course covering DCAM’s core components

Presents a comprehensive introduction to the DCAM model in a practical, interactive and example-driven manner. It covers the eight core components of the DCAM framework and its key capabilities to drive an effective, strategic data management program.


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