Time: July 26, 2018 from 5:30pm to 8pm
Location: Cerner Building III
Street: 51 Valley Stream Parkway
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/…
Event Type: bi, business, intelligence
Organized By: John Voris, Lead Coordinator
Latest Activity: Jul 18, 2018
Borrowing from the Agile Manifesto, this presentation addresses the importance of having business stewards and subject matter experts at the table before and during the development of a BI solution. Somewhat contrary to the Agile Manifesto, it also speaks to the value that an enterprise approach to business intelligence adds to individual initiatives.
. . . at the Philadelphia Business Intelligence User Group
Speaker: Dan Paolini, Chief Information Officer, DBHIDS ( Phila Dept of Behavioral Health and Disabilities )
He is responsible for leading the data governance, information architecture and business intelligence efforts in support of the department, as well as coordinating information technology efforts department-wide. His primary focus is on collaboration and integration to achieve DBHIDS objectives.
Previously, Paolini served as the Director of the Division of Enterprise Data Services within the New Jersey Office of Information Technology, and led significant initiatives on Recidivism and Crash Analysis. Responsible for the award-winning YOURMONEY.NJ.GOV and the NJ Big Data Alliance efforts. Paolini co-founded the training firm, DataStar International.
Paolini is an information architecture - thought leader in the areas of data management, information architecture, data integration, system development, technology operations, leadership and planning. He has presented talks at hundreds of events in eight countries.
His leadership philosophy can be summarized as “Do the right things, for the right reasons, even when no one is looking and especially when others are telling you not to.”
Date and Time Thursday July 26, 2018 from 5:30 to 8:00
Location and host is CERNER
Building III , Parking Garage Entrance
51 Valley Stream Parkway
Malvern, PA 19355
Directions: From Valley Stream Parkway, turn into the Cerner entrance that has a small Cerner sign on the left and a Siemens sign on the right. This is NOT the main entrance for Cerner. Follow the "driveway" (it curves around a bit) and it will take you to a covered garage, which is behind the Cerner building. Park in the first (street) level of the garage. The entrance to the building has a red awning and a sign with "C3-5" on it.