Monday, April 30, 2012
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
|Level: ||Business / Non-Technical|
A panel discussion from PPDM's CIO and selected DAMA thought leaders from USA, Canada, and the UK.
- History of the Energy SIG by Mona Pomraning
- An overview of PPDM by Trudy Curtis
- PPDM & DAMA Alignment by Dagna Gaythorpe
Panel discussion facilitated by Mona Pomraning.
Mona has worked in data roles for the last 30 years for The Boeing Company, Boeing Computer Services, Martin Marietta, Micron Electronics, Les Schwab, BP and Accenture. At Boeing, Mona was involved in data management for the 777 airplane, the first 100% digitally-designed airplane. While at Boeing, Mona Chaired the Data Resource Management Board. Mona re-established the Houston DAMA chapter and was the president, until she moved back to the Pacific Northwest. She introduced and established the Data Architect role at E&P BP, Micron Electronics and Les Schwab. She is currently in the Accenture Innovation & Thought Leadership Practice.
Mona holds a BA in economics and mathematics from Eastern Washington University, an MPA from Eastern Washington University, an MS in information systems management from Seattle Pacific University, and an Advanced Certificate in data resource management from the University of Washington.
She can be reached at http://www.linkedin.com/in/monapomraning
Christopher Bradley has spent over 27 years in the data management field, working for several blue-chip organisations in data management strategy, MDM, metadata management, data warehouse and business intelligence implementations. His first degree was in Chemical Engineering & later he obtained his MBA. In addition to his academic qualifications he holds a number of Professional ones including; BCS level 1 & 2; APM; ISEB; CDMP and Prince 2.
Mr. Bradley’s post academic career started for the UK Ministry of Defence where he worked on several major naval database systems and on the development of the ICL Data Dictionary System (DDS). His career included Volvo as lead data base architect, Thorn EMI as Head of Data Management, Readers Digest Inc as European CIO, and Coopers and Lybrand’s Management Consultancy where he established and ran the international Data Management specialist practice. During this time he worked upon and led many major international assignments including data management strategies, data warehouse implementations and establishment of data governance structures.
Currently, Mr. Bradley heads the Information Management practice at IPL, a UK based consultancy and has been working exclusively for the last 3 years with a British HQ’d super major energy company. Within their Enterprise Architecture group, he has established Data Modelling as a Service & has been developing a group-wide Data Management strategy to ensure that common business practices and use of master data and models are promoted throughout the group. These have involved establishing a data management framework, evangelising the message to management world wide, developing governance and new business processes for Data Management and developing and delivering training.
Chris is a member of the Meta Data Professionals Organisation (MPO) and the Data Management Association (DAMA).
Chris’s interests are motor racing, where he competes in a UK championship & youth work at his local Church.
He lists the major reason why he entered the Data Management field rather than Chemical Engineering as being the Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran – you’ll have to ask him over a beer to explain that