Événement Congrès du Management de Projet 2024 commence le 4 avr. 2024 à 08:00:00 (Europe/Zurich)
Data-centric business value monitoring: how Data Governance 4.0 enables agile impact assessment of project delivering digital products/services in a VUCA environment.
04/04/2024 10:15 - 04/04/2024 12:00 (Europe/Zurich) (1 heure 45 minutes)

Data-centric business value monitoring: how Data Governance 4.0 enables agile impact assessment of project delivering digital products/services in a VUCA environment.
Cedric Berger
Head of Knowledge Extraction and Integration à Roche, Pharma Technical
Head of Knowledge Extraction and Integration à Roche, Pharma Technical

www.linkedin.com/in/cedricberg


French (born in Germany) with 21 years of experience in healthcare public and private sectors in Europe and USA. Expertise at the interface of biology, medicine and technology, applied to the management of healthcare data, information and knowledge at use case, tactical or strategic level.

Track record of improving processes and business practices using AI/ML/NLP in drug research, development and manufacturing. Passionate about biomedical imaging technologies and business sustainability.


Our digital world is becoming more complex everyday and we understand less and less of it.

Goals of the session

  • Realise and acknowledge how business digital complexity undermines our ability to understand end-to-end business in a systemic manner. 
  • Discover new ways of working that leverage open standards to harness complexity, better understand and make fact-based decisions. 
  • Concrete examples using a knowledge graph to measure business value delivery using an enterprise architecture ontology

Without a proper digital transformation, the daily-growing digital complexity underpinning any modern business overwhelms human brain's cognition. We've reached a point where we need machines to help us understand a machine-generated digital complexity, including the monitoring of projects' added value.

  

The session will last 1 hour and 45 minutes (or more depending on the receptiveness and engagement of the audience) and contain three parts. The first part is a 45 minutes presentation addressing points 1 and 2 above. In the second part (30 min), the audience will be asked to contribute by answering pools, provide personal insights about pain points, problems, requirements when it comes to monitoring business value delivery and working on concrete use cases (digital products or services) of their choice. The last part (20-30 minutes) will address point #3 above with concrete use cases from the pharmaceutical industry.