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About the course
Learn how your business can benefit from analyzing and exploiting Big Data to find hidden value and competitive advantage.
Data-driven organizations are able to make faster and smarter decisions using insights from rigorous data analysis. Big Data and Analytics are common terms in any digital transformation discussion, but what do they actually mean?
This course will enable you to understand Big Data and Analytics and think practically about how your organization can use data more intelligently.
The course is divided into 4 modules.
Module 1: What is Analytics?
This modules focuses on discovering, interpreting and communicating meaningful patterns in data, then using this information to improve performance and/or manage risk and compliance.
Module 2: What is Big Data?
Explore the challenges of capturing, storing, searching, sharing and transferring large amounts of data and how Big Data can be used to improve business processes and inform strategy.
Module 3: Big Data Technologies
Having learned what Big Data is, the next step is figuring out how to physically manage large amounts of data to be analyzed. This module looks at cloud computing, data management tools, data visualization and AI among others.
Module 4: Becoming a Data-Driven Organization and Building Big Data and Analytics Competencies
Understand the key competencies your organization needs to become a truly data-driven organization. You will reflect on your own organization’s analytics capabilities and any gaps that need addressing to enable you to exploit Big Data and Analytics for business benefit.
Andrew Tivey, an Adjunct at Hult Ashridge Executive Education, is an NED and senior advisor to major organisations and government bodies on Big Data & Analytics, Digital and Business Transformation, Strategy, Finance & Performance Management topics, helping them exploit the value of infor...