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For reasons outside our control we regret to advise that the workshop has been postponed until early next year. All registrants will be advised of the new date for the workshop once it is finalised. Thank you for your interest in the workshop.

If you are still interested in attending the workshop in early 2017, please register below and you will be notified via email with the new date when it is finalised.


Introduction


The Big Data Analytics industry currently generates AU$40B for providers, but a much smaller return when it comes to value to client organisations. Nobody can afford to not play the Big Data game, but as yet no-one knows how to win. This one-day workshop is all about resolving this contradiction. When identifying problems or opportunities inside organisations, we are often guilty of measuring what is easy to measure rather that which is important. There is a general assumption that the things we ought to measure – how engaged are staff? How resilient is the organisation? How good is our IP? How likely is disruption of our industry? How much do our customers trust us? – aren’t measured because they can’t be measured. This one-day masterclass builds on a fifteen year programme of research designed to specifically create reliable, repeatable ways of measuring the previously unmeasurable. Now validated through a host of client engagements, the class provides delegates with a series of measurement strategies and approaches to overcome the traditional problems associated with Big Data Analytics – how do we distinguish between what people say and what they mean? How do we identify false or misleading data? How do we translate measurement to actionable insight? How do we solve the chicken-and-egg problem of not knowing what to measure because we don’t know what will be important in the emerging future?

The workshop will include real-world case study examples taken from within and around the mining sector, and a number of hands-on exercises allowing participants to see how the emerging BDA tools and strategies can be deployed within their operations.

Additional information about the workshop can be seen in the brochure here.

When and Where

Date: Wednesday 7 December 2016
Location: Perth – venue to be confirmed
Duration: 1 day commencing at 08:30 closing at 17:30

Fees (including discount for multiple organisation delegates)

Course Fee (includes morning and afternoon tea and a light lunch).
AMIRA International members: Early Bird $650, after 1st October $750
Non-AMIRA International members: Early Bird $750, after 1st October $850

Organisations sending more than one delegate can claim a 15% discount when booking all delegates.

Please note payment is expected when making the booking but places are transferable to a colleague in the event of last-minute pull-out.

For further information please contact Lydia Haile (lydia.haile@amirainternational.com) on +61 3 8636 9999.


Register

* Will you be in attendance for this workshop?

* Are multiple delegates from your organisation attending this event?
If so, a 15% discount will be applied to your booking.

* Delegate 1 registration details:
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* Delegate 2 registration details:
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* Delegate 3 registration details:
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