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Harnessing Big Data: Insights and Action for Superlative Results

 

 

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With many companies struggling to make sense of their data and others trying to create value with their big data investments, the promise of actionable insights cannot be over emphasised. Actionable insights are the missing link for companies that want to drive business outcomes from their data.
Both data and information set the stage for the discovery of insights that can then influence decisions and drive change.
Executives who attend this training will learn how actionable insights are generated by analyzing information and drawing conclusions.

 

Themes of the programme:

  • Virtual reality and robotics: Modern day competitive advantage.
  • Analytics and Data-Driven Decision Making
  • Leading an Analytics Transformation
  • Strategies in Business Analytics
  • Application & Communicating Data for Impact for High Performance
  • Case Studies of Superlative Results from Harnessing Big Data
  • Ethical Perspectives to Big Data.

 

Cost: £2000 (which covers study materials, meals during programme, group picture and certification).

 

 

Why attend?

  • Learn the secrets of competitive intelligence, the importance of virtual reality, robotics and artificial intelligence.
  • Learn how to make transparent, interrelated and aligned business assumptions
  • Gain insights to develop, implement, and manage collaborative forecasts
  • Learn ways to avoid business analytic failures.
  • Creating value through insights gained from big data analytics.

 

Event Properties

Event Date 05-09-2018 8:00 am
Event End Date 06-09-2018 5:00 pm
Individual Price £2,000.00
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