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Data is NOT The New Oil

JULY 1st, 2021 - 10:00 AM, PARIS TIME (GMT+2)



About the event

You may have heard the saying “Data is the new Oil”, but how many times have you really questioned this?

The catchy phrase may be trying to indicate that we have a Data economy vs an Oil economy, or maybe it’s that Data is the lubricant of modern business, or maybe that there are Data “mega firms” that control much of our lives like the Oil megafirms once did. However, while it is a whimsical catchphrase, the analogy is dangerous and risks spreading misunderstanding on all counts…

The webinar will intend to compare Data as an asset to other assets including Oil, and to find a better comparison, shall Data NOT be the new Oil!

Our webinar will discuss the following topics:

  • Comparison between Data as an asset and other types of assets including oil
  • Assets characteristics and applicability to the data asset then with oil
  • If Data is not the new oil, what might it be better compared with?

Our speackers:

  • Christopher BRADLEY, An IFP Training lecturer, VP Professional Development at DAMA International, Christopher has spent 40 years in the forefront of the information management field, working for international organizations on various topics such as Information Management Strategy, Data Governance, Data Quality,…
    He advises major clients such as BP, ExxonMobil, Saudi Aramco and TotalEnergies and is the author of the DMBoK 2.0 book and of several papers.
  • Tore HOFF , A Subsurface Data & Information (Data Governance, Data Architecture and modelling, Data Strategy) specialist, he holds a M.Sc. in Quaternary Geology & Geomorphology from Oslo University and can rely on a 30 year experience in EP Data Management field and GIS worldwide. He currently works as a team leader for Data Governance and Legal Risk Assessment at EQUINOR.

Registered participants will have to opportunity to ask questions.

 

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