ICC Workshops facilitate the exchange of experience, practice and ideas of IBCS Certified Consultants (ICCs). Only ICCs and ICC candidates are entitled to participate in these exclusive events.
Integration of IBCS in statistical visualizations into the notation guidelines
Speaker: Severin Willig | PwC | Manager | Technology Consulting
Guest Speaker: Simon Graefe | Loh Services GmbH & Co. KG (cc´ed)
+ Heatmaps, boxplots, scatterplots, etc. as a whole
+ Challenges in scaling and structure
IBCS Young Generation
+ Intro of the topic and its importance
+ IBCS as an objective way of visualising data
+ The influence of IBCS on a Dashboard and its User Experience using the example of an auditing company
+ Discussion on how to approach young potentials & universities
Speakers will start a discussion on the pros and cons of the two approaches to IBCS implementation: bottom-up and top-down.
They will address all accelerators and catalysts for a roll-out:
+ The importance of identifying the right use cases
+ How to create a fellow-ship with internal presentations
+ Scaling up know-how with trainings
+ Securing a budget & sponsors
+ Importance of software
Disclaimer from Raph: We won’t be able to address all points in depth and will focus on some of them.
Dashboard interactivity and navigation
Speaker: Mark Michel, NTT DATA
+ Reporting vs. visual analytics: the range of IBCS
+ Navigation & interactive elements: intro
+ „Mouse over“ feature: less limitations on charts
Moderation: Ronald van Lent, JUGO
Visuals for business future – ideas and doubts
Speaker: Edyta Szarska, Controlling Partner
+ labels for next year periods
+ patterns of future values versus actual values
+ patterns for variances of future periods vs. actual
Discussion on the topic of “Highly condensed dashboard visuals”
+ What is your experience on the topic of highly condensed dashboard?
+ Have you encountered any obstacles or limitations related to information condensing?
+ What do you think about the directions of high information density in IBCS templates?
+ Do you think we need a new kind of high condense visuals (new chart type?)