What we're about

DAMA' goals are to: Help practitioners become more knowledgeable and skilled in the information and data management profession.

DAMA- Rocky Mountain Chapter (http://www.dama-rockymountainchapter.org/) is an organization dedicated to Data Professionals interested in the advancement of information management disciplines including information management foundations, data quality, data governance, data stewardship, MDM, business intelligence, data modeling, and metadata management.

DAMA-RMC hopes to address trending topics, further the knowledge of data professionals, hold meaningful conversations, and allow Denver/CO professionals to network. Events will be scheduled throughout the year and your feedback will play an important role on deciding which topics we will cover.

Upcoming events (2)

Data Literacy and the Organization - 2022 Q1 Chapter Meeting

9200 E Mineral Ave

Come learn how organizations adopting data literacy and data knowledge requirements can improve organizational knowledge.

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1:00 - 1:20 - Sign-in and Networking
1:20 - 1:30 - President's Remarks and Announcements
1:30 - 2:30 - Speaker Presentation (Part 1) - Peter Aiken, PhD
2:30 - 2:45 - Short Break
2:45 - 3:45 - Speaker Presentation (Part 2) - Peter Aiken, PhD
3:45 - 4:15 – Discussions, Q & A
4:15 - 4:30 - Prize Drawings
5:00 - 7:00 - Happy Hour to Follow – Location TBD

Title: Data Literacy and the Organization


More than half of work is accomplished by knowledge workers–usually defined as those who must “think for a living” [Davenport, 2005]. I contend that all knowledge workers work with data. Since most learn about data individually (if at all), the opportunity to gain from communal or best practices learning has not been present. Most refer to this as a lack of data literacy. Whether applied at the individual or organizational level, literacy is a binary concept and our data needs are more varied. Data proficiency and data acumen are more descriptive/useful terms and these should also be used to describe today's organizational data knowledge requirements. This program will describe five specific data knowledge requirement levels and objective behaviors that must be demonstrated by those operating at each level. Lack of this data knowledge has so far hindered society from fully realizing our collective potential benefits. More importantly, organizations adopting these data knowledge requirements can directly and immediately improve organizational knowledge worker productivity.
Delegates will:
Learn why the term data literacy is insufficient to describe the challenge and how the progression from literacy ➜ proficiency ➜ acumen is more operationally viable
Understand five data knowledge requirements levels in terms of their data leverage type, data skills type, ethical perspective and behavioral focus
Be able to match data knowledge requirements levels with types of organizational requirements
Begin to estimate the dollar ranges of potential knowledge worker productivity improvements in their organizations

Peter Aiken, PhD is an acknowledged Data Management authority, an Associate Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, President of DAMA International, and Associate Director of the MIT International Society of Chief Data Officers. For more than 35 years, Peter has learned from working with hundreds of data management practices in more than 30 countries including some of the world's most important. Among his 12 books are the firsts: making the case for data leadership (CDOs); the first focusing on data monetization; and on modern strategic data thinking and the first to objectively specify what it means to be data literate. International recognition has resulted from these and a (pre-Covid-19) intensive worldwide events schedule. Peter also hosts the longest-running data management webinar series from Dataversity.net. Starting before Google, before data was big, and before data science, Peter has founded several organizations that have helped more than 200 organizations leverage data–specific savings have been measured at more than $1.5B USD. His latest is Anything Awesome.

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DAMA-RMC Technology Showcase: Data Integration Platforms

6060 S Quebec St

Curious about Data Integration? Join DAMA-RMC and Data Integration Providers Hitachi, Matillion, and Datateer for an evening of learning!

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5:30pm-6:00pm: Get settled and Enjoy Refreshments

6:00pm-6:05pm: DAMA-RMC Introduction of Data Integration & Presenters

6:05pm-6:35pm: Matillion Presentation

6:35pm-7:05pm: Hitachi Presentation

7:05pm-7:35pm: Datateer Presentation featuring Meltano

7:35pm-8:00pm: Wrap up & Prize drawing

Title: Data Integration Platforms


DAMA-RMC presents the first data technology evening showcase of 2022, featuring several Data Integration Platform providers. Come learn about common and new Data Integration technology, tools, services, and best practices.

Hitachi: Hitachi Global Data Integration is a global IoT service that Hitachi provides to enable customers to focus on core competence creation. The service provides a comprehensive lineup of support for the functions required to do IoT-based business around the world.

Matillion: Matillion is fundamentally changing data integration, enabling you to innovate at the speed of business with a SaaS-based platform to solve top integration challenges.

Datateer: Datateer (featuring Meltano) offers you a modern, managed analytics platform and specialized process that will get your analytics up and running quickly.

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