Providing Technology Training and Mentoring For Modern Technology Adoption
In 2006, Tom Davenport wrote an article for Harvard Business Review titled Competing on Analytics. Even a few short years ago, Data Analytics was a specialized skill set. Since then much has changed. New technologies can handle the volume, velocity and variety of Big Data, data mining techniques have improved, and tools have the capacity and capability to move analytics from specialist to business users. In turn, companies are leveraging these abilities to move from intuition to data-based decision-making. This course is designed to bring managers and analyst up to speed with the current thinking and techniques used to guide data analytics projects.
Why Attend this Course?
What Makes this Course Stand Apart?
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
The structure of the courses assumes no prior experience in statistics or data analytics.