Essential Practice Skills for High-Impact Analytics Projects
November 17-18, 2016, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Learn practical frameworks and systematic processes for addressing complex, real-world problems and how to facilitate effective action. This intensive hands-on course is developed by the largest organization of analytics professionals, INFORMS.
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Attending the INFORMS Annual Meeting? Take $150 off the workshop registration fee. To take advantage of this offer, please contact Bill Griffin, Continuing Education Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
By the end of the course, participants will:
- Learn to link their subject-matter expertise to the challenges of messy, unstructured problems, organizational noise, and nontechnical decision makers.
- Understand best-practice techniques, including: problem statement summaries, issue trees, interview guides, work plans, sensitivity analysis, stress-testing recommendations, the “Pyramid Principle” of story logic, story-boarding, slide-craft, delivering presentations, and fielding Q&A.
Workshop Featuring Renowned Educator Patrick Noonan, PhD
Patrick Noonan, a former management consultant, business owner, and educator leads the Essential Practice Skills workshop. Patrick combines a hands-on teaching and learning approach honed from faculty positions at Harvard, Duke, and most recently Emory, with real-world experience from his business career starting at global management consulting giant McKinsey & Co.