June 6, 2017 | Driving Value with Big Data | Kansas City
Kansas City, MO
Non-Member Price: $45
Driving Value with Big Data
Why Paying Attention to Big Data is so Important
How to address strategic approaches to unlock new value for your company.
Where to start, what to ask and resources you will need.
John Lucker, Global Advanced Analytics Leader - Deloitte
David Dillon, Retired Chairman - The Kroger Company
Ronald LeMay,Managing Director - OpenAir Equity Partners
Kyle Mallot, Chief Operating Officer - Financial Services - DST Systems, Inc.
John Lucker, moderator, will lay the foundation around what is Big Data and why paying attention to it is so important for companies. He will share some cases from his consulting engagements while highlighting risks and concerns that boards should be considering. The panel of experienced board members will share their perspective on how Big Data is impacting their respective companies and their boardrooms. If you are currently engaged with your colleagues on this topic in the boardroom or you expect to be in the future, this discussion will be foundational for how to enhance your board effectiveness.
Moderator/Panelist Bios(+ Read More)
John Lucker, Global Advanced Analytics Leader at Deloitte
John is Deloitte’s Global Advanced Analytics Market Leader, a leader for Deloitte Analytics, and a leader of advanced analytics for Deloitte Advisory. As an analytics evangelist and strategist, John leads advisory teams to help clients discover and implement solutions for their most complex business problems. His expertise spans advanced analytics; evolving technologies, including cognitive computing, IoT, and telematics; cyber risk; risk sensing; pricing; customer insights; data monetization; behavioral economics and decision bias impacting management; and ethical and compliance issues surrounding data.
David Dillon, Retired Chairman
The Kroger Company
Dave is the retired Chairman and CEO of The Kroger Co, based in Cincinnati. The company serves customers in more than 3500 supermarkets, convenience and jewelry stores. In addition, they operate 37 US food processing plants. Dave is a member of the board of directors for 3M and the Union Pacific Corporation. He is also involved with many educational institutions as well as community boards. His experience in consumer products as well as transportation has provided him with an opportunity to look at the use of Big Data in multiple market segments.
Ronald LeMay, Managing Director
OpenAir Equity Partners
Ron LeMay is managing director at OpenAir Equity Partners, an early stage venture capital investment firm whose mission is to connect people and things to achieve transformational results. The firm’s portfolio includes companies within the consumer and industrial IoT (Internet of Things) space and typically include a significant wireless component – including connected cars, connected homes, and connected planes. LeMay is also the Chairman of the Board of directors of Gogo. He was a director of Allstate Corporation until he retired from the board in May 2014. Ron’s experience in both early stage technology companies as well as established traditional corporations has afforded him a broad perspective on the opportunities associated with Big Data.
Kyle Mallot, Chief Operating Officer Financial Services
DST Systems, Inc.
Kyle Mallot is Chief Operating Officer of DST’s Financial Services division responsible for a number of products and operating businesses. In his role, Kyle oversees Product Management, Distribution and Compliance products, Business Process Solutions, Professional Services, Digital Solutions, Consulting and Advanced Analytics. Prior to assuming his current role, Kyle had responsibility for various product development initiatives, New Business Development and Intermediary Services. Kyle earned a Marketing degree from the University of Central Missouri.
Location and Time
Kansas City, MO
Indian Hills Country Club
6847 Tomahawk Road
Mission Hills, KS 66208
7:00a Breakfast Buffet Available
7:00a – 7:30a Coffee and Networking
7:30a - 9:00a Formal Program