Workshop of FMI and Digital Supply Chain Supply Chain Institute The Power of Small Data: Targeted Data Exchange for Mutual Benefit
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
(1:00 pm ET / 12:00 pm CT / 11:00 AM MT/ 10:00 AM PT)
This webinar is free to FMI members and nonmembers
Sometimes, true knowledge is hidden in small, instead of big data.
“Technology has enabled companies to rush towards Big Data, and I understand the excitement. But sometimes, smart leaders need to get away from the herd. They need to encourage their people to think about data at a granular level. Exactly what data do we need to improve performance? Exactly what data do we have that would be valuable to others?” -Sam Palmisano, Chairman, Center for Global Enterprise
Join this complimentary online workshop, organized by FMI and DSCI to learn about a unique approach to improving supply chain performance through a new outlook on data, using the DSCI Data Trading framework.
- The concept of data trading and its three stages: prepare, negotiate, and govern
- The power of “Small Data" to solve a specific problem or improve a specific performance metric
- DSCI Data Trading simulator, which will during the workshop enable you to have a laser-focus on the exact data you need, at the right level of detail and frequency
- Identifying the data, you have that would be valuable to others, and set you up for the negotiation phase
- Guide for the next steps to deliver on data-trading
Craig Moss | Executive Vice President of Ethisphere and Director of Content | Cyber Readiness Institute.
Craig is a leading expert on using management systems to improve compliance and risk management performance within companies and across supply chains.
Craig is also a Director of the Digital Supply Chain Institute and Chairman of the Licensing Executives Society committee for developing an ANSI global standard for IP Protection in the Supply Chain.
He has designed and led numerous programs helping Fortune 500 companies around the world to implement management systems to reduce supply chain risk and improve performance. He has developed guides on implementing management systems to improve compliance for organizations including the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation and the United Nations.