Analytics and Decision-Making: Unlock the Power of Data
Executive Education Open Enrollment Program
Master techniques for the collection, manipulation and interpretation of data to inform key business decisions and create impact.
Superior analytic capability spells competitive advantage — and success. Analytics and Decision-Making: Unlock the Power of Data uniquely features renowned Carnegie Mellon faculty experts with a keen focus on immediate application and impact for organizations.
This program charts the path to value from analytical modeling for business problems. Building on a set of multidisciplinary cases cutting across functional areas of business, this course integrates the three increasing levels of analytics involved in reaping business value from data in a given problem: the descriptive phase of inferring key features and relationships in the problem; the predictive phase of forecasting outcomes of short-term tactical actions; and the prescriptive phase of long-term planning based on analytics.
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This program is designed for middle managers or higher who have a holistic view of their companies and are responsible for making business decisions based on data insights. Participants should understand use cases and recognize opportunities. Often these candidates have a lot of data but may not know what to do with it. The course develops leaders who can solve problems through an advanced understanding of data — how to use data tools, how to interpret the data and how to communicate the data for business decisions.
- From analytics to impact
- Exploratory data analysis
- Machine learning
- Forecasting models
- Risk management
- Choice modeling
- Optimization models
- Data interpretation
- Integrative analytics
Willem-Jan van Hoeve
Carnegie Bosch Associate Professor of Operations Research
Assistant Professor, Institute for Software Research Robotics Institute
Assistant Professor of Information Systems
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory
Associate Professor of Marketing
Professor of Operations Management, Head of Ph.D. Program