Panel discussion on combining business intuition with analytics to create value
Wed 18 May 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Join ANZ’s Data & Analytics team to hear about how they’re transforming the value they deliver by asking the “how” instead of the “why”. Through a new framework called Collaborative Analytics, they’re leveraging the power of business intuition and data science to truly understand business performance.
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Head of Enterprise Analytics, ANZ
An experienced Analytics leader who enjoys improving the way Analytics is delivered to enable the value to be maximised. As ANZ's Head of Enterprise Analytics Claire is focused on developing and leading the delivery of ANZ's Analytics strategy and roadmap in order to both mature and scale our Analytics function.
Claire holds a Masters of Business in Marketing Management and Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing & Economics from University of Otago
Kimberley has just joined ANZ’s Enterprise Analytics team as Data Storyteller to help them transform their data into action.
With 15 years’ experience in insight-led marketing and strategy across financial services and retail, in both NZ and the UK, Kimberley is excited to bring this experience and a passion for human-centred design together to help ANZ create value through meaningful, actionable insight.
Chief Product Officer, Optimal Workshop
Kelsey Schwynn is the Chief Product Officer for Optimal Workshop, a platform for creating better human experiences through information architecture. She has a background in strategic design – she's worked at premier agencies in the US and Australia, including Today, frog design, Huge and IBM for all levels of government, not-for-profits and Fortune 500 companies. She is passionate about human-centred design and making a positive, measurable impact through her work.