It will be nice to be back again in front of an audience from this industry, with whom I have a long standing connection, to unveil my latest Integrated Modeling Method (IMM) innovation, the DNA of Data Quality.
My association with Oil and Gas E&P started nearly 30 years ago at Nam in Assen in the Netherlands. It was there that a colleague, Nicholas Hann, and myself were the first people to produce a ‘cradle to grave’ business model for the E&P Industry when we modeled all of the operations of NAM. These ground breaking models were later adopted by Shell and became an industry standard.
My work at NAM and later the lecturing work I did for several years at Oracle, laid the foundation for IMM, the core power and uniqueness of which comes from its unique and complete integration.
In the DNA of Data Quality I take this integration to a yet another level and show how, when they ignore intrinsic data structure rules of the enterprise, Data Quality initiatives are almost certainly doomed to fail.
If you know of anyone working in E&P in Australia, New Zealand or anywhere in the world who is passionate about taking their data quality knowledge and practice to a whole new level, then get them to register for the PPDM Symposium in Perth. I would love to see you and them there.
If you are an analysis & modeling practitioner and passionate about taking your knowledge and skills to a whole new level, there are now two main ways in which you can work with me.
The first of these is one-to-one mentoring, where we work closely together throughout the year and make great things happen really quickly.
The second is a practitioners master class where, with just 11 other highly motivated practitioners, we work through your challenges over six months, both online and at two separate workshop retreats at a really nice location, over a period of 6 months.
To find out more, drop me an email at email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you and working together.