Speaker "Bret Greenstein" Details Back



Building Trust in a Data Driven Enterprise


I will discuss the industry best practices in establishing trust in data, making data driven decisions, leverage models for decision making, and the culture and education changes that are required
Who is this presentation for?
Chief Executives, Chief Data Officers, Chief Digital Officers, Heads of Analytics, CIOs
Prerequisite knowledge:
Understanding of business operations, business leadership, and fundamentals of Data and AI
What you'll learn?
How to build a strategy and plan that transforms your business to be truly data-led.


Bret leads PwC's US Data and Analytics Strategy and Alliances. He has worked for over 25 years helping clients to transform through the adoption of new technologies, including AI, Data, Internet of Things, and Cloud, to deliver new business models and new ways of working. He joined PwC from Cognizant where he was the SVP and Global Head of AI and Analytics. Prior to that, he worked in IBM as a P&L leader for multiple software and services brands, and he was the CIO for IBM's Growth Markets based in China.
Relevant experience
● Bret brings a focus on scaled transformation using AI, Analytics and Data with cross-industry experience working with clients all over the world. His business and technical experiences have helped him become a trusted partner for clients trying to accelerate their digital journey
● Most recently, Bret has led the data strategy and transformation programs at major industrial clients. In this work, he helped them to develop data driven business
strategies, creating a data fabric for the enterprise which supported finance, supply chain, commercial, HR and manufacturing transformations. He emphasizes business
driven data governance and architecture, and on helping clients to understand how to use AI to transform decision making
Education and certification
Bret holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and MS in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as having certificates in business strategy from Harvard Business School.