Evaluating Information Usage and Performance: The Information Evolution Model

All agencies use information to set strategies and accomplish business objectives.
Are you satisfied that your agency is leveraging information optimally to deliver business value?
Does your agency have a systematic plan for evolving the organization?s information capabilities and usage to the next level?

Agenda

8:00 amContinental Breakfast

8:30 amWelcome
Greg Benson, Executive Director, The Forum
8:35 amGovernment Best Practices and Information Evolution Model
Tim Vickers, State and Local Government Practice Director, SAS
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Loma Linda University Best Practice Case Study
Scott Vodicka, Systems Engineer, Pre-Sales Support, SAS
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Q&A

10:00 amAdjourn

The program agenda included examples of "best practices" for:

  • Managing and utilizing information as a corporate asset which enables organizations to objectively evaluate their use of information and accurately lay out a roadmap for improvements that optimize business returns.
  • Aligning strategies and identifying critical relationships and gaps along four key company dimensions - people, process, culture and infrastructure.
  • Understanding how other government organizations are effectively implementing data integration strategies to meet their goals and deliver results.