Dealing effectively with multiple challenges at global and local level has become a critical and complex aspect of running a successful business, particularly when striving for growth, sustainability and effective leadership. Hertfordshire Business School is offering delegates the opportunity to immerse themselves in intensive and contemporary sessions on key business topics to begin to learn how to deal with these challenges.
The course is part of the MBA Summer School, a one-week programme consisting of eight masterclasses which can be individually selected and combined for bespoke learning. Discounts are available for multiple bookings.
Masterclasses are lead by senior academics from the Hertfordshire MBA faculty who have proven expertise in their area of research and who regularly contribute to the AMBA approved MBA programme
The course will cover:
Course date: Thurs 11 July 2019, 09.00-12.30
This masterclass will explore the major theoretical concepts, research, practice and contemporary issues managers face when seeking to create value from data and business analytics. It addresses a variety of concepts such as organising and storing data through to extraction of data to be used in business analytics projects. Delegates will be introduced to a variety of tools and techniques which can be used to analyse, interpret and communicate results and make recommendations.
Delegates should ordinarily have a first degree or equivalent and/or 3 to 5 years relevant industry/business experience.
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Standard booking: £250 per individual masterclass.
Discounts on multiple bookings are also available for corporate clients. Please contact us for details.
The course is taught by Dr Soheil Davari
The MBA Summer School masterclasses will give delegates a broad overview of some of the major principles and approaches involved in the Hertfordshire MBA Programme, and the opportunity to apply some selected principles to case studies or in the context of their own experiences.