Melbourne Business School Events Virtual Talking Data Series: 2020 Analytics Impact Index Key Insights

Virtual Talking Data Series: 2020 Analytics Impact Index Key Insights

Online
Wednesday, 02 December 2020
12.00 PM - 1.00 PM
Free
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In an environment marked by increasing competition and a proliferation of data, organisations need a deeper understanding of analytics and its impact on their performance. Melbourne Business School and Kearney have developed the Analytics Impact Index, a global benchmark in analytics that will help organisations to implement successful data-based business strategies. In this session, MBS and Kearney will release the findings from the third edition of the study, which provides a comprehensive evaluation of an organisation’s data-focused practices and processes and an objective assessment of the value analytics contributes to profit.

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About our speakers

Ujwal Kayande

Ujwal Kayande

Professor of Marketing and Director of the Centre for Business Analytics

Ujwal joined Melbourne Business School in 2013. His research has been published in a number of distinguished journals and has received multiple accolades and awards. Ujwal teaches marketing strategy and analytics on the MBA, Master of Business Analytics and Executive Education programs. He is also a frequent media commentator in The Australian, Australian Financial Review, Daily Telegraph and other publications. He consults globally on marketing strategy and analytics, and sits on the advisory boards of two start-ups.

Enrico Rizzon

Vice President and Partner at Kearney

Also an alumnae of Melbourne Business School (MBA 1999) Enrico leads the Procurement & Analytics Solutions Practice for Asia Pacific, where he is also a member of the Consumer & Retail and Energy & Process Industries Practices. Having worked in senior positions for leading organisations, he brings a pragmatic approach to change and value delivery. Prior to Kearney, Enrico served as Vice President of a supply management consultancy and successfully ran various business units over a 17-year career at leading Australian industrial companies.