Data-as-an-Asset workshop for education.
Thursday 14 December 2017, 09:30 – 12:30 GMT
Book your seat here!
This workshop is for greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP registered businesses who have enrolled onto the Big Data Corridor programme. If you have not yet enrolled, please register your interest here for access to further free business support and mentoring from the Big Data Corridor experts.
Enable iD will deliver a three hour workshop titled ‘Data as an asset workshop for the education sector’.
This workshop aims to produce up to three qualified sector focused new product development proposal(s), shared between delegates, outlining the baseline requirements, roadmap and business case for the development of ‘minimum viable products’ (MVPs), based on the Data-Asset use-cases that emerge from the session.
The workshop is designed to:
- Explore use-cases and operational processes specific to the education sector
- Examine current and emerging trends in respect of data use and data management
- Identify and score potential short, medium and long-term wins, made possible through data systems integration
- Inspire the development of new products and services
Intellectual Property considerations: Background IP (knowledge or materials shared openly by delegates during the workshop), is retained by the contributing party. Foreground IP (information contained in distributed materials resulting from the workshop) is licensed freely to all delegates in perpetuity, with no limitations on exploitation rights. As such, delegates are advised not to share commercially sensitive information.
Agenda as follows:
09:30am Arrival and registration
09:40am Introductions around the room
09:50am Data case studies for the education sector
10:20am Group activities
10:55am Break for refreshments and networking
11:10am Review of emerging trends and feedback
11:25am Review of potential solutions/challenges and feedback
11:50pm Question and answer session
12:05pm Workshop concludes with a networking lunch
Transport for West Midlands
1st floor, iCentrum, Innovation Birmingham Campus