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"I need another report like a hole in the head".

Build your data management plan today

James’ knowledge and advice will give you the nudge you need to build a data strategy that is right for your business.

  • Gain a new understanding of your business, and use James’ expertise to improve efficiency.

  • Discover the tools you need to plan ahead, enabling you to mitigate risks and the unknown.

  • Learn to apply James’ 5-point strategy for new data management to your business.

Your Program

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  • 1

    My Story: 30 Years Bringing All the Threads Together

    • A Look at Jim's Journey and Background

  • 2

    Unprecedented Times: And How to Act

    • Every Data Source has a New Strategy. Nothing is Safe.

    • Give Yourself a Break. The "New Normal" Doesn't Exist (Yet).

  • 3

    Make Sense of Technology Soup

    • Now More Than Ever: Make Data Make Sense

  • 4

    Change Your Visibility to Data

    • A Leader Needs a Clear Dashboard

  • 5

    Mapping Exposure to Risk

    • Analysing Where to Position Red Flags

  • 6

    Acting Fast to Mitigate Risk and Cost

    • Your Toolkit for Action, Delegation and Ensuring Progress Happens

  • 7

    The OneView Field

    • Companies I've Dealt With and the Concept of "OneView"

  • 8

    Your 5 Point Strategy for New Data Management

    • Gather Your Key People, Map Your Known and Unknown

    • Generate a New Data Set

    • Deploy the Correct Interoperability

    • Stress Testing Using Post C-19 Metrics, Supply Dynamics and Scarcity Assumptions

    • Pull it all Together into a Dynamic Data Environment Everyone Uses and Optimises. I'll Show you How

  • 9


    • You Made It


"If you want some more, just dive straight in".

Your Instructor

James Beall

Jim Beall is a world authority on data-driven business strategy. Having cut his teeth in project management for Johnson Controls and Emcor, both multi-billion dollar enterprises, Jim now focuses his energy into data interoperability. In short - making big, leadership decisions across multiple silos of management and information, is the critical key to the role he now offers organisations across the US and elsewhere. Over his time in strategic roles, he has saved hundreds of millions of dollars for dozens of companies, including Deutsche Bank, Kraft Foods, Lear and CBRE. Jim lives in Columbia, South Carolina.

There's a lot of work ahead of making change

"At end of the day, what we have to have is an organisation that we can manage better. It needs to be simpler. It needs to be more insightful. It needs to be faster. It needs to be more integrated. So that we can do more with less, faster. That is all about change in our expectations, change in our technology, change in our reporting so that we can deal with more. There are initiatives de jour, and what we want to do is grab one that stays with us, improves our environment, improves our cash flow, improves our profitability, but ultimately makes our jobs easier and more effective. Without that, life is just another day. Let's try to make it a little bit better quality".

Give me something new

(Let's understand it, let's use it, and let's make better decisions).

How do you 'evaluate the effectiveness' of your decisions? This has been a focus topic, particularly during the current economic situation we are in.