A belated post from my presentation at the Australian Institute of Information Management Annual Conference held 20-21 September 2016.

The conference theme was ‘Big Information for Better Information Governance’ and I was privileged to present alongside representatives spanning the private and public sector including the Senior Director Operational Analytics at the Australian Taxation Office, Research Director at Gartner Australia, Chief Innovation Officer at the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), Director General of the National Archives of Australia, Chief Digital Officer at the ACT Government, and the Director of Cognitive Solutions for IBM (Asia-Pacific).

Throughout proceedings the power of knowledge and information to support growth and client insight was clearly illustrated, with recurring themes across presentations including financial intelligence, big information and associated challenges for business insight, the changing role of the knowledge and information professional, digital disruption, and deriving value from cognitive analytics; interesting topics for interesting times.

Click here to access a PDF of the presentation.

Charles Joseph Minard, 1845