Set aside working in silos by learning to speak the same language.
Data are everywhere, ubiquitous and invisible. Whether private or public, they are valuable and provide insight. Together, they reveal game-changing new ideas and serve as a guide for your intuition. Choosing to understand data means gaining the ability to leverage their potential, regardless of your professional practice. In a world where everything comes down to KPIs and work teams are increasingly multidisciplinary, companies and institutions that put data at the heart of their business model are more agile, innovative and successful. It’s critical to make this transformation a success.
In addition to helping participants unleash the potential of big data and artificial intelligence in their practice, this course focuses on concrete actions to implement a data culture in the workplace. With the help of expert coaches, participants will first determine their needs to get the ball rolling. In group workshops, they’ll learn to implement an ecosystem, a framework and a culture to achieve a transformation. At the end of this course, participants will have the tools to mobilize their various divisions and promote co-creation.
*Additional sessions are available for groups of 20 people or more. Interested? Contact us!
1111, Saint-Antoine Street West, Montréal (QC) H3C 1B3
Who is this for?
This course is intended for entrepreneurs, executives, managers and consultants looking to implement or maximize the use of data and artificial intelligence in their business or organization.
Why should I apply?
In this course, participants will:
- Discover the world of big data and artificial intelligence and master its vocabulary.
- Define their needs and implement an organizational transformation process.
- Pinpoint the challenges and opportunities of creating a data-centric organization.
- Define the ethical and legal framework of their data use practices.
- Practice techniques to generate creativity with data through collaboration.
- Establish a transdisciplinary collaborative culture
To get the full experience, you will be assisted by a workshop master, coaches and special guests who cleverly mix disciplines and expertise.
Fady AtallahContent creator, Factry
Vaughn DiMarcoFounder, MTLDATA. CEO, Montreal AI Consultancy
Nicolas FonsecaArtist, Mister Jaune. Creator of interactive culinary experiences, Factry
Eva SchindlingTechnical Director, Daily tous les jours
Katy YamMarketing & communications Director, Element AI
Claude G. ThéoretCEO, Nexalogy
Francis GagnonExpert in data visualization, Voilà
Jason StanleyDesign Research Lead, Element AI
Marc-Antoine DucasCEO, Netlift
Alistair CrollFounder and content chair, FWD50
Caroline PernelleResponsible for building an international AI organization
Josée PlamondonConsultant, Digital Content Management