In the age of big data, it is almost effortless to obtain information and data sets that can be helpful in improving our strategies and making a decision. But the amount of data available can also be overwhelming and confusing. Examining, analyzing, and presenting the data, with only a minimal understanding of the right methods and tools, can result to misleading presentations and futile strategies.
As we progress in this Digital Economy, everyone should be able to effectively collect and structure applicable meaning from data and translate it into a compelling presentation.
This two-day program combines the basics of data analytics such as methods for analyzing and using statistical data; and the fundamentals of data and results presentation through the use of appropriate visual representation including frequency tables, charts, scatterplots, among others.
This program is ideal for professionals, executives, managers, data analysts, and support staff from Operations, R&D, Marketing, Sales, Finance, and HR who are involved in presentations that may relate to performance, trend analysis, budgeting, forecasting, and others.