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If you remember nothing else…
❖ The CDO job should always be
an answer to a problem - not an
answer looking for a problem
...
Why CDOs are a thing now
❖ What is the role of a Chief Data Officer?
❖ Was this role not important before?
❖ What can organ...
CTA’s data analytics framework
Quality	
  
• Ensure	
  that	
  the
accuracy	
  of	
  data
adequately	
  supports
business	...
My lessons learned so far
❖ Nobody really knows what a CDO does until you tell them
❖ Until you connect directly with peop...
CDO Vision Webinar Slides: Getting Started as a CDO
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CDO Vision Webinar Slides: Getting Started as a CDO

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In March, 2015 Anthony Algmin became the first Chief Data Officer for the Chicago Transit Authority. He had been an external consultant to the CTA prior to this transition, so he knew the organization and its data management challenges very well when he came on board to do the job, and intimately understood the objectives and priorities of the new CDO role.

Many organizations are debating on what a CDO should be, and whether or not they need one. The answers will vary, but as Anthony has been down the path of helping an organization create this position, and eventually being offered and filling the position himself, he can provide valuable insight on that process. He’ll talk about the things that were essential to allow the CDO to be successful at the CTA, and which apply to most other organizations as well. He’ll share lessons learned during his transition from consulting into a CDO role, and offer insights into the “start-up” challenges in his first few months into the position. Other topics of the discussion will include:

The key capabilities of a CDO and some unexpected places you may find good candidates
Where the CDO should sit in an organization, and why the CTA has structured it the way they have
The principal objectives of a CDO’s department, and how they differ from those of IT. How does the CDO role differ from the CIO?

A few months into the job, what has gone well and what does he wish he had done differently?

What can other organizations learn from Anthony’s experience?

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CDO Vision Webinar Slides: Getting Started as a CDO

  1. 1. If you remember nothing else… ❖ The CDO job should always be an answer to a problem - not an answer looking for a problem ❖ The CDO is not an IT job - it’s about connecting the business to data ❖ The CDO is an IT job - leveraging technology is essential to doing data right
  2. 2. Why CDOs are a thing now ❖ What is the role of a Chief Data Officer? ❖ Was this role not important before? ❖ What can organizations do with a CDO that they couldn’t do previously? ❖ Is a CDO position really going to solve our problems? Data analytics capabilities are becoming more important, but our current organizations are poorly-suited to building and connecting the business to these capabilities.
  3. 3. CTA’s data analytics framework Quality   • Ensure  that  the accuracy  of  data adequately  supports business  needs Adoption   • Ensure  that  people actually  use  the  data and  analytics capabilities Business  Impact   • Ensure  that  data  and analytics  capabilities improve  business decisions/activities Data is valuable only when it makes the business better Data availability, quality, and adoption are foundational steps towards achieving value Availability   • Ensure  that  source system  data  is accessible  to analytics  as  quickly We calibrate all of our activities to: 1 - What is the delta of what the business do with this versus what they can do without it? 2 - What’s that worth versus the costs to do it?
  4. 4. My lessons learned so far ❖ Nobody really knows what a CDO does until you tell them ❖ Until you connect directly with people they see you as a threat ❖ Don’t be afraid to rock the boat: a successful CDO must be a change agent, and that will encounter friction… ❖ …but pick your battles accordingly ❖ Always collaborate, sometimes compromise, but never betray your values ❖ Once you get the position, don’t change too much ❖ Remember: your role as a leader of people trumps everything else

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