Sitka Technology Group

Field Technology Conference 2017

Data Management Best Practices:  The Do's and Don'ts for Program Success
Presented:  Tuesday, 7 November 2017
Presenter:  Brian Knowles (Sitka Technology Group)


Presentation Overview
At the root of any successful natural resource management program is a well-thought-out and clearly-defined data management strategy. To ensure an optimal plan with widespread, durable adoption the strategy must be organized around the people in your organization and how systems can best support their critical work. When done correctly, you will enjoy improved operational efficiencies, be able to track performance against defined goals, and turn field data into actionable intelligence.


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The Key to Program Success Relies on Your Data Management Strategy

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Leveraging first-hand experience crafting clearly-defined data management strategies for organizations including the US Bureau of Reclamation, Weyerhaeuser, and Oregon Metro, Brian will showcase the importance of a well-thought-out data management strategy in ensuring success for your natural areas program. 

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Brian Knowles | Founder & Managing Partner, Sitka Technology Group


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