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Digital transformation: data and impact on managerial decision-making

In an increasingly digital world, data management, its collection and analysis offer managers the ability to interpret market trends and make the right decisions.
Expertise
Management
Who this is for

Managers, business unit managers or professionals whose mission is to support their company's digital transformation

Duration

​8 weeks (3 hours of learning time per week)

Dates

Monday 6 January 2020

Fees

​For inter-company training: €780 excluding tax
Intra-company training: Contact us

Contact

​Céline Brocard
+33 4 93 95 32 48
info.executive@skema.edu

Objectives

  1. Understand the advantages as well as the risks of relying on extensive data sources for decision-making
  2. Identify data sources that would provide valuable input for a particular decision to be made
  3. Choose data analysis methods to distill data into applicable insight


Training programme

Week 1 - Pre-requisites

Introduction: Frameworks for decision-making

Week 2 to 5 - Knowledge acquisition 

Week 2 - A new sort of data
Week 3 - Technology for big data
Week 4 - Data and decision-making
Week 5 - Perils of big data

Week 6 and 7 - Implementation through case study 

Week 6 - Case study in groups
Week 7 - Webinar (case study debrief)

Week 8 - Roadmap for action

Final assignment


Pre-required

No prerequisites required


Monitoring and evaluation

Quizzes and evaluations, group case study, exercises done individually


Technical and pedagogical means

  • Distance learning and certification, with an eight-week format adapted to your operational constraints
  • An immersive digital platform to access at any time a wide range of resources (courses, videos, articles...) and learn in complete freedom & mobility
  • Pedagogy that encourage and facilitate interaction and collaboration between participants, through integration into a community of learners facilitated by the professor. Students carry out a case study in subgroups and benefit from a debriefing of the evaluation work
  • A final assignment to facilitate transferring what you have learned in the course to your own job.

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