What Makes Data Valuable Executive Boot Camp (2018)

Boot Camps 2018: What Makes Data Valuable Executive Boot Camp (2018)

 

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What Makes Data Valuable

The What Makes Data Valuable Executive Boot Camp will focus on…

A note from one of our participants

Travis Lane from DOLFCU has grown exponentially as part of these boot camps. I am so impressed at what he has learned, what he brings back to our credit union and what he is adding to the network. DOLFCU is not a big credit union – we have 19 employees. Collaboration is a major priority at DOLFCU. I encourage you to take a look at what the Boot Camps have accomplished over the years and take advantage of this program.

Joan Moran. CEO DOLFCU

Working as a group to harvest ideas on building a data warehouse community and identify the characteristics of data that help discern the difference between information and knowledge.

Driving data fraud solutions and activities for all CUs in the cuasterisk.com network.

Brainstorming with CU*Answers data architects and credit union peers around the data available to CU organizations.

Why attend an Executive Study Boot Camp?

Download a PDF about this Boot Camp

Previous Boot Camps

Check out the 2017 Data Boot Camp

Check out the 2016 Data Boot Camp

Boot Camp Particulars

  • 12 students to be selected from applicants
    (6 new participants, and 6 previous Boot Camp graduates will be selected for year 3)
  • 1 representative per CU
  • New Boot Camp students will be assigned a returning mentor student to help catch them up on last year’s progress
  • Four 2-day sessions (8 days total)
    • 1 session per quarter
  • CU*Answers to pay overnight lodging and food
    • Travel is at your expense
  • Work-study program (there will be homework!)
  • Must attend all 8 days to graduate

Scheduled Classes

  1. November 29-30, 2017
  2. February 7-8, 2018
  3. May 2-3, 2018
  4. August 8-9, 2018

Application Process

Application period opens September 5, 2017 and closes promptly at 9:00 AM ET on October 16, 2017. A select CU*Answers committee will review all applications and choose up to 12 students (6 new participants, and 6 previous Boot Camp graduates will be selected for year 3) for this Boot Camp. Students will be notified the week of October 23, 2017.

Students must attend all classroom sessions and complete all work in order to graduate.

 

Updated
May 18, 2018