Enhance your company's overall decision making by building and strengthening analytical capabilities. This program is focused on helping you harness the potential of "big data" to make more informed decisions at all levels of your organization.
Built on the concept that decision making in today's complex marketplace requires both art (experience and intuition) and science (analytics), this program explores leading-edge information management tools and organizational strategies for capturing, organizing, and acting on data. It also examines the potential of unstructured, large-volume data on new product and service offerings.
As you learn how to build analytical and big-data capabilities, you will gain insight into a broad range of real-world experiences and new ideas through case studies, faculty lectures, and group discussions. The curriculum focuses on general management aspects of analytics, as well as their implications for key functions such as marketing, supply chain, and human resources.
At this program, you will learn alongside an elite group of C-level executives—from various industries, companies, and business functions—who understand the importance of strategic information management and fact-based decision making for large established companies.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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