Upcoming events

We look forward to Kearney’s Future of Data and Analytics Q4 2023 event taking place on Thursday November 16 at 11:00 a.m. ET in which we will discuss trust as a cornerstone of data success. To request to join this event, please reach out to our Future of Data and Analytics Team.
  

Past events

 

The future of data and analytics: overcoming new constraints to deliver value

Driven by concerns that we’re on the verge of a recession, companies are cutting back even as inflation continues to drive costs upward. After businesses increased their tech-related spending for several years, the data and analytics community is now being asked to do more with less. At Kearney's Future of Data and Analytics roundtable, we discussed the most valuable use cases for achieving real returns on analytics, successfully implementing new data products, and the mitigation strategies companies are using to overcome a range of old and new challenges. Learn more.

 

 

The future of data and analytics: the promise and pitfalls of generative AI

While traditional AI has focused on detecting patterns, honing analytics, and classifying data, generative AI deals with the creation of new content—something that companies have long been eagerly awaiting as a productivity enhancement as well as a way to improve the customer experience. At Kearney's Future of Data and Analytics roundtable, executives from a number of sectors, including the apparel, health, and manufacturing industries, shared their experiences with this emerging technology as well as enablers such as data quality and governance. Learn more.

 

 

The future of data and analytics: what am I not doing right with my first-party data?

As they increase their digital capabilities, companies are collecting first-party data through sources ranging from their cash registers and apps to smart power tools and home appliances. But data collection is just the first step, and many are struggling to unlock this data's tremendous value. Kearney's Future of data and analytics event brings together top executives from leading companies to share their successes and struggles alike, starting with the need to develop a clear strategy for first-party data collection and use. Learn more.

 

 

The future of data and analytics: enhancing advanced analytics impact to realize full business value

Businesses are seeing results from their data and basic analytics efforts, but executives note that awareness around artificial intelligence and machine learning is outpacing their actual usage. Kearney’s Future of data and analytics event examines how talent, operating models, and other challenges have limited results to date. Learn more.

 

 

The future of data and analytics: enabling core digital capabilities and ways of working

Chief data officer is the fastest-growing senior leadership role. Companies are doubling down on investments in digitally enabled platforms and omnichannel interactions. Kearney’s Future of data and analytics event examines ways to maximize the digital value and democratize its access. Learn more.

 

 

The future of data and analytics: scale and embed enterprise-wide

Data and analytics are no longer a luxury, but rather a necessity for businesses to thrive in the digital age. As data and analytics become pervasive, there is an increasing demand to scale and embed their usage enterprise-wide. Senior data and analytics leaders across industries shared their experiences and insights in a virtual roundtable hosted by Kearney. Learn more.

 

 

The future of data and analytics: the quest to maximize value

Data is exploding. Technology is rapidly evolving. Companies are consuming, generating, and processing hundreds of terabytes of data daily. Efficiently managing data and unlocking its value is paramount. Kearney’s Future of data and analytics event looks at how it's possible. Learn more.