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2020 Breakout 2

 

How to Employ Informatics to Improve Strategic Decision Making

 

Executing a successful strategic plan requires making well-informed decisions throughout the strategy lifecycle. In today's rapidly evolving and volatile marketplace, organizations must learn to navigate the complexity of their environment and must improve their response flexibility and adapt to major events when appropriate. Preventing chaos due to change requires developing a deeper understanding of the inter-dependency of strategy elements. Organizations must be better informed about the impact of each decision and the potential for disruption. To achieve this, organizations must create an informatics environment, which incorporates strategic goals, objectives, and strategy implementation plans, exposing actionable knowledge to support decision making.

During this session, we will emphasize the development of an information architecture based on your strategic planning model that can be used to drive decision making based upon your unique environment and needs; how to employ ASP body of knowledge and PMI body of knowledge; and how to align your organizations decision making with its strategic plan. Addressed will be integrating informatics into your organization's decision-making processes, while improving decision traceability, accountability, and outcome performance.


Thursday 14th May 2020
9.45am - 10.45am 


 

 

 

Mr. Craig Cunningham, Founding Partner of OntoReason, a medical informatics company founded in 2006. Mr. Cunningham has co- authored several AI based solutions in the public and private health sector, establishing a variety of commercial products and services for the healthcare market. Mr Cunningham has lead the delivery of solutions for bio-terrorism and communicable disease detection with CDC. Mr Cunningham contributed to the definition of the bridge architecture for information exchange at the National Cancer Institute. Mr Cunningham has participated in strategic planning initiatives across various hospital systems which has lead to the development of OntoReason's strategy management solution.


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