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Meet the Speaker: Jim Dudley

Session: Asset Management: Recalibrating Data Quality, Architecture and Governance Strategies for Better Asset Management Outcomes

 

SPEAKER

jim-dudley-finalJim Dudley, Enterprise Architect, Piedmont Natural Gas

Jim Dudley is a senior IT leader with over 20 years of experience across multiple industries. He currently serves as Enterprise Architect for Piedmont Natural Gas, which was recently acquired by Duke Energy. During his tenure at Piedmont, Jim has served in leadership roles in IT strategy and planning, business relationship management, application management, project management, and enterprise architecture. Prior to joining Piedmont, Jim was Principal Consultant at Keane (now NTT Data) where he worked with clients in telecommunications, banking, manufacturing, utilities, and retail. A member of PMI, he has served on the Leadership Council for PMI’s Utility Industry Community of Practice, advising small businesses and technology startups, and providing PM knowledge resources and services to thousands of industry practitioners worldwide.

 

SESSION

Recalibrating Data Quality, Architecture and Governance Strategies for Better Asset Management Outcomes
Session
Jim Dudley, Enterprise Architect, Piedmont Natural Gas

Leading companies across a variety of asset-intensive industries were among the first to recognize the need for enterprise asset management (EAM) and the importance of treating data as a valuable corporate asset. However, many companies are struggling to take the next major step in moving from basic EAM to true asset intelligence. Building a robust asset intelligence capability will require better coordination across the divergent disciplines of enterprise asset management, enterprise risk management, enterprise architecture, information governance and analytics. This session will explore a series of pragmatic strategies that are designed to drive better asset management outcomes through the recalibration and realignment of these key disciplines, with an emphasis on asset data architecture, quality, and governance.

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