SCTE Announces Summer Lecture: “Maximising Data, Maximising Performance”
The SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals) is delighted to announce it will be hosting its annual Summer Lecture and Activity Day on July 6 at Tylney Hall in Hook, Hampshire.
Starting at 9.30am, the day features a morning of lectures from leading industry figures on a variety of compelling topics and is followed by a networking lunch and an afternoon’s clay pigeon shooting in the grounds of the Hampshire estate.
The speakers this year include John Knox, Consulting Solutions Engineer from broadband network provider Calix who will be focusing on efficiency across the business in a lecture entitled, “How Embracing Automation Can Boost Productivity, Lower Costs, and Transform Your Operations”.
Sarah Golley, founder and director at Borderless Performance will be delivering “Breezing Through Change,” a lecture looking at the demands on us personally as the telecoms industry evolves, with a focus on the soft skills required to maximise our own performance in the workplace.
Finally, Guy Oliver, Enterprise Sales Director at Muso, a data analytics company that recently came to the attention of the SCTE during the research of a Long Read piece in Broadband Journal, will be delivering a lecture looking at how data can be utilized to maximise performance, entitled “How are Major Studios, Broadcasters and Distributors using Piracy Data to Drive Revenue?”
Anthony Basham, President of the SCTE said: “One of the greatest strengths of the SCTE is its ongoing and very popular lecture series. We are always delighted to bring this event back foer the summer, especially with the activities in the afternoon. We are looking forward to seeing you all and learning from each other.”
Sarah Golley said, “I am delighted to be sharing my experience at Borderless Performance with the SCTE members at this event. Qualifications, accreditation and experience are all important, but it’s the softer (or human) skills that are the secret sauce to successful technical career."
The event is free of charge for all SCTE Members, and £50 for non-members.
Places are limited and will be booked up quickly; it is recommended that registration is made in advance using the form below:
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