CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ 

CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ is the global leading educational certification for Chief Data Officers (CDOs) across industry and governments. The CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ global executive program is aimed at the present and next generation of Chief Data Officers (CDOs) working for dynamic global companies and Governmental agencies who need to broaden their horizons in the field and dimensions of Happiness Management, Execution and Delivery. CDataO-C™ CHIEF DATA OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

registration, payment & schedule of classes

STEP 1: Download and complete your CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ Application and C-Suite Institute’s Affidavit of Identity Forms and email by the given deadline below to: info@c-suiteinstitute.com

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CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (ASIA: VIETNAM, )

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (ASIA): (REGISTRATION IS OPEN)

Dates: 1 – 5 JUNE, 2020| Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, VIETNAM) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $24,999 (USD) per Participant

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CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (ASIA: INDONESIA )

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CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (ASIA: MALAYSIA)

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Dates: 1 – 5 JUNE, 2020| Starts: 10.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Kuala Lumpur,  MALAYSIA) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

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CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION (MIDDLE-EAST: LEBANON, QATAR, OMAN, SAUDI ARABIA, KUWAIT, UAE (DUBAI)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (MIDDLE-EAST):

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Dates: 7 – 11 JUNE, 2020

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in BEIRUT, Lebanon) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in DOHA, Qatar ) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 8.00 AM  Ends: 3.00 PM (Local Time in RIYADH, Saudi Arabia) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in MUSCAT, Oman) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 4.00 PM (Local Time in DUBAI, UAE) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

PRICE: $24,999 (USD) per Participant

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Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (NORTH AMERICA): (REGISTRATION IS OPEN)

Dates: 15 – 19 JUNE, 2020 | Starts: 9.00AM  Ends: 4.00PM (Eastern Standard Time in USA, Canada, Mexico) | Online with Live Instructor |

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CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION  (ASIA: CHINA, JAPAN, SINGAPORE)

Calendar & Schedule Of Classes (ASIA): (REGISTRATION IS OPEN)

Dates: 22 – 26 JUNE, 2020| Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Shanghai, Beijing, CHINA) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

Starts: 9.00 AM  Ends: 5.00 PM (Local Time in Singapore City, SINGAPORE) | Online & Interactive with Live Instructor |

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CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™  is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

 

 

 

Introduction & objectives

CDO-C™ CHIEF DATA OFFICER – CERTIFIED™ CREDENTIAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ program is a 5 day unique and cutting edge executive management program for Chief Digital Officers (CDOs); Executives, Leaders and Senior Managers who work across the commercial sectors, industry and Government, and are eager to achieve successful results across their organizations.

The CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™  global executive program is aimed at the present and next generation of Chief Digital Officers, Technology Executives, Digital Directors, Digital Leaders, Senior Digital Managers, Business Leads, Senior Managers, Scientists, Digital Project Managers, and Digital Managers working for dynamic global companies and Governmental agencies who need to broaden their horizons in the field and dimensions of Digital Management, Execution and Delivery.

9 REASONS TO CHOOSE THE C-SUITE INSTITUTE™ EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS

  1. All C-Suite Institute™ Executive education program modules utilize case studies to reinforce teaching, evoke independent analysis and research; and provoke deep thought and critical thinking among participants
  2. C-Suite Institute™’s curriculum is Global Based & has International Perspective – Applicable across all major continents (Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, Americas)
  3. Applied & Practical Insights related to your industry and C-suite/Executive functions
  4. Renowned Faculty – Our Professors hold Advanced/Graduate/Post Graduate Degrees, and have worked in or currently work in Executive level positions
  5. Diverse Participant Mix from all geographies across the Globe
  6. Participants work across the top 50 Industries (Industries range from Aerospace to Information Technology (IT) to Finance & Banking to Oil & Gas to Energy to Utilities and numerous more)
  7. Participants attend from Fortune 500 & Global 2000 companies; Governments (local, state, Federal, National) from around the world; and International organizations and firms such as UN, World Bank, IMF, NASA, ICAO and numerous more
  8. Participants attend from Major World Governments in G-8, G20 & BRICS countries
  9. Participants attend from Major sports organizations such as FIFA and UEFA

 

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CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™  is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

 

Admissions

Admission is very selective and based on your professional level, achievement and organizational responsibility. No formal educational requirements apply, however most applicants have completed studies at the Bachelors or Masters or Doctorate levels and have backgrounds in Business, Engineering, Management, Finance, Computer Science, Human Resources, Information Management, Information Technology, Economics, Applied Sciences

 

TRADEMARKS:

CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™  is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Curriculum

CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ certification curriculum & modules:

CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

The CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ credential certification consists of 4 modules delivered over 5 days

MODULE 1: FOUNDATIONAL

(a) Executive Leadership, (b) Executive Strategy & Policy, (c) Executive Decision Making, (d) Executive Oversight, (e) Executive Transparency (f) Executive Accountability, (g) Executive Planning & Execution, (h) Executive Accounting, Finance & Budgeting, (i) Executive Project Management & Project Control Strategy & Planning, (j) Executive Problem Solving

MODULE 2:

(a) Leading & Managing People, (b) Leading & Managing Change, (c) Leading & Managing Goals & Priorities, (d) Leading & Managing Communications, (e) Leading & Managing Culture & Cultural Dynamics, (f) Leading & Managing Negotiations (g) Leading & Managing Organizational Politics (h) Leading & Managing Innovation & Technology (i) Leading & Managing Customers & Suppliers (j) Leading & Managing Competitive Advantage, (k) Leading & Managing Risks & Uncertainty (l) Leading & Managing Quality (j) Leading & Managing Crisis (m) Leading & Managing Conflicts (n) Managing & Controlling Waste, Fraud, Abuse, Neglect & Negligence (o) Implementing Management Controls & Use of Efficient and Effective Control Processes (p) Leading & Managing Claims & Disputes (q) Developing, Training, & Retaining Talent & High Performance teams

MODULE 3: FUNCTIONAL SPECIALIZATION/EXPERTISE

Advanced Data Topics

MODULE 4: APPLIED/PRACTICALS

All CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™s will complete the following:

  • Develop ‘My CDO-C™ Strategy & Organizational Execution Scorecard™’
  • Develop ‘My CDO-C™ Strategy & Organizational Execution Action Plan™’
  • Develop ‘My CDO-C™ Strategy & OrganizationalExecution Play Book™’
  • Develop ‘My CDO-C™ Policy™’

To fulfill the CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ credential certification requirements, all participants must attend and complete all Modules 1, 2, 3 & 4 over five days.

There are no examinations given.

The CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™ program is given in the English language only

TRADEMARKS:

CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™  is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Participant mix

PAST PARTICIPANTS: The CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™  executive certification program has been strategically designed for executives who manage the total Digital delivery and execution at senior functional levels of the organization:  senior management and Executive levels.

Past participants have included:

·         CEOs

·         Chief Data and Analytics Officers (CDAOs)

·         Chief Analytics Officers (CAOs)

·         Chief Data Officers (CDOs)

·         Chief Digital Officers (CDOs)

·         COOs

·         CFOs

·         CIOs

·         CTOs

·         VP of Finance

·         Senior Finance Managers

·         Senior Operations Managers

·         Senior Financial Analysts

·         Corporate strategists

·         Program Managers

·         Systems Engineers

·         Senior Project managers

·         Experienced individual contributors and staff professionals

·         Other key members of Executive Financial Management leadership and management departments

 

TRADEMARKS:

CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™  is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Faculty

ALL THE C-SUITE INSTITUTE™ INSTRUCTORS:

(1) Have Graduate Degrees and Master Of Science (MS) Degrees in Finance, Economics, Project Management or MS Degree in Engineering (Electrical, Civil, Computer, Mechanical, Aeronautical, Software), Or Computer Science Or Technology Management or Information Technology Or Information Systems Or Master of Business Administration (MBA); or Phd or DSc in related field
(2) Have Over Fifteen Years of Executive Management Experience in Industry Or Government Or Both;
(3) Have Taught or Teach In Graduate Degree Programs In Accredited Universities in the USA and abroad

 

TRADEMARKS:

CDO-C™ Chief Data Officer – Certified™  is a trademark of C-Suite Institute™ in the USA and internationally and fully protected under International Trademark and Copyrights Treaties and Laws among nations

Chief Data Officer

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chief data officer (CDO) is a corporate officer responsible for enterprise-wide governance and utilization of information as an asset, via data processing, analysis, data mining, information trading and other means. CDOs usually report to the chief executive officer (CEO), although depending on the area of expertise this can vary. The CDO is a member of the executive management team and manager of enterprise-wide data processing and data mining.

Role definition[edit]

The Chief Data Officer title shares its abbreviation with the Chief Digital Officer but the two are not the same job. The Chief Data Officer has a significant measure of business responsibility for determining what kinds of information the enterprise will choose to capture, retain and exploit and for what purposes.[1] However, the similar-sounding Chief Digital Officer or Chief Digital Information Officer often does not bear that business responsibility, but rather is responsible for the information systems through which data is stored and processed.

History and evolution[edit]

The role of manager for data processing was not elevated to that of senior management prior to the 1980s. As organizations have recognized the importance of information technology as well as business intelligencedata integrationmaster data management and data processing to the fundamental functioning of everyday business, this role has become more visible and crucial. This role includes defining strategic priorities for the company in the area of data systems and opportunities, identifying new business opportunities pertaining to data, optimizing revenue generation through data, and generally representing data as a strategic business asset at the executive table.

With the rise in service-oriented architectures (SOA), large-scale system integration, and heterogeneous data storage/exchange mechanisms (databasesXMLEDI, etc.), it is necessary to have a high-level individual, who possesses a combination of business knowledge, technical skills, and people skills, guide data strategy. Besides the revenue opportunities, acquisition strategy, and customer data policies, the chief data officer is charged with explaining the strategic value of data and its important role as a business asset and revenue driver to executives, employees, and customers. This contrasts with the older view of data systems as mere back-end IT systems.

More recently, with the adoption of data science the Chief Data Officer is sometimes looked upon as the key strategy person either reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer or serving the role of CSO in lieu of one. This person has the responsibility of measurement along various business lines and consequently defining the strategy for the next growth opportunities, product offerings, markets to pursue, competitors to look at etc. This is seen in organizations like ChartisAllState and Fidelity

Early CDO appointments[edit]

  • Cathryne Clay Doss of Capital One was appointed chief data officer in 2002.[2]
  • Manish Pandey,CDO of Oracle from 2020
  • Usama Fayyad, Chief Data Officer and Senior Vice President of Yahoo! in 2005.[3][4]

Notable example CDOs[edit]

  • John Bottega was CDO for CitiGroup‘s Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) unit, and later for the New York Federal Reserve.[5]
  • Philip Bourne is associate director for data science at the National Institutes of Health [6]
  • Usama Fayyad was the first CDO for Yahoo! in 2004-2009 and also the CDO of Barclays in London from 2013-2016. He showed how the role can generate value by creating a $500 million new revenue source based on behavioral Targeting of Ads for Yahoo! in 2008.[7]
  • Maria Villar was appointed CDO at Fannie Mae and Justin Magruder was appointed CDO at Freddie Mac in 2007, in the months leading up to the 2008 Credit Crisis to assist the GSE’s in implementing new financial control frameworks for risk management. Beth Hiatt succeeded Maria and Diane Schmidt succeeded Justin in 2009.[8]
  • Henri Verdier was appointed in September 2014 Administrateur Général des Données (CDO) of the French Administration, probably the first CDO of a Country.[9]
  • Zachary Townsend was appointed the inaugural CDO of California by Jerry Brown in July 2016.[10] The role has wide authority around transparency, efficiency and accountability in state operations.[11]

Industry and geographic trends in CDOs[edit]

Following the 2008 credit crisis, many major banks and insurance companies created the CDO role to ensure data quality and transparency for regulatory and risk management as well as analytic reporting.

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