Richard Lee is the managing partner of IMECS, LLC, an executive consulting firm that works with senior executive teams in the domains of business transformation, governance, risk & compliance, advanced analytics and business informatics. Prior to this role, Richard was the data governance officer at the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) and director of their Enterprise Information Transformation Program. Over his career he has worked with clients around the world and within multiple industry segments (insurance, financial services, utilities & energy, technology, telecommunications, pharma & healthcare and more). Richard is an IBM Champion for information management and an active blogger, specifically on the subjects of information governance and advanced analytics.
August 15, 2014
“When people use a service for free, they are de facto lab rats for market researchers.” This is one of the responses to the Facebook social experimentation revelations that makes more sense than much of the hyperbolic ones that are saturating all forms of media at the moment.
July 2, 2014
Consider this quote from the recent “Improving Government Performance in the Era of Big Data: Opportunities and Challenges for Federal Agencies Workshop” at Georgetown University: “The seduction of big data is that it allows you to do things that you could not do in the past.” The question is, should you?
May 12, 2014
With the growth of big data and analytics comes additional responsibilities to ensure privacy. Privacy engineering are the tools, use case scenarios and measures to insure that privacy has been designed into your solutions and operational practices.
April 4, 2014
Trust relies on many factors with privacy being the most critical.
November 4, 2013
This week, IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV) released its 2013 Study entitled “Analytics: A blueprint for value.”Stylized as an Executive Report, it is really a manifesto on the challenges that face every analytics-driven organization in their quest for