TTo remain relevant, the future of work calls for an upskilled and reskilled workforce. This means striking a better balance between professional values and attitudes (ethics and lifelong learning), enabling competencies (such as decision-making, business, digital and relational acumens) as well as technical knowledge and skills to continue to demonstrate professional competence that is relevant to a member’s evolving role. Our Knowledge Cafes are aligned to SAICA’s Pathways to Relevance – which uses business and its value creation process to address the professional competence needs of SAICA’s members who work in a wide range of roles.
In a data-driven organizations, environmental pollution is not the only type of pollution to worry about, dirty data is just as hazardous. Commonly referred to as rogue data, its impact to an organization can be insidious. Frankly, the consequences of dirty data is misused resources; productivity loss; miscommunication and wasted marketing spending. Join us as we discuss the common types of dirty data, the dangers, impact and the fixes.
Kaizer Manasoe – CDMP Executive Head: Data Management Corporate and Investment Banking Africa Regions at Standard Bank Group
An IT expert with experience across ICT and Financial services industries. Performed various roles across the IT, Enterprise Architecture, Data Management, Governance and Analytics Value Chain over a number of years for various Geographies within the diverse African Markets. Board member of Data Management Association of Southern Africa (DAMA SA) responsible for Technology Operations.