Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management

Available dates

Sep 18, 2020—Mar 31, 2021
18 daysModules info
Brussels, Belgium
EUR 12000 ≈USD 13447
EUR 666 per day

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About the course

The Executive Programme in Business Analytics has been designed for professionals with a business (marketing, finance, sales, fraud, risk,etc.), reporting or IT background needing to make a better use of the data available within the different departments of their company. Participants come from a variety of sectors (energy, pharmaceuticals, retail, telecommunications, financial services, retail, etc.)

Your benefits Individual

  • Multidisciplinary approach The Executive Programme in Business Analytics enables you to discover and practice the various aspects of business analytics (technical, analytical, the strategic and tactical, business facets, communication, and project management).
  • Cross-fertilisation The programme has been designed to nurture a functional cross-fertilisation between the three members of your business-reporting-IT team, as well as a sectorial cross-fertilisation by collaborating with participants working in different industries.
  • Personal Coaching Throughout the programme you receive coaching on an individual basis. This component of the training helps you to develop personally and gain full benefit from the programme.

Your benefits Collective

  • Creation of a value chain The Executive Programme in Business Analytics enables you to train three members of your organisation from three different departments to deal with the challenges inherent in business analytics and therefore put into place a value chain within your organisation.
  • Transversal project experience The training programme involves the development of a business analytics project that is relevant for the company, both in terms of content and from an organisational perspective.
  • Identification of ambassadors The programme will also help you identify and set in place analytics ambassadors within your organisation who are capable of introducing new ideas and providing convincing arguments in the area of business analytics.

A multidisciplinary set-up

Register three talents from different departments within the same company: business (marketing, sales, finance, risk, fraud,...), IT and reporting to get a truly integrated business analytics policy. Individual registration is also possible

6 modules to discover the different facets of the discipline

MODULE 1 PROJECT MANAGER

  • Managing analytics projects

MODULE 2 DATA TECHNOLOGIES

  • Database modeling for analytics
  • Programming tools
  • Business analytic tools
  • Big data technologies

MODULE 3 DATA SCIENCE

  • Business statistics for analytics
  • Machine learning
  • Text mining
  • Network analysis

MODULE 4 BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION

  • Business transformation
  • Marketing analytics
  • Risk & Fraud detection analytics
  • Data Ethics & Privacy

MODULE 5 PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

  • Working in teams
  • Communicating effectively
  • Individual coaching sessions

MODULE 6

  • Project coaching sessions
  • Final presentation

Who should attend

The Executive Programme in Business Analytics has been designed for professionals with a business (marketing, finance, sales, fraud, risk,etc.), reporting or IT background needing to make a better use of the data available within the different departments of their company. Participants come from a variety of sectors (energy, pharmaceuticals, retail, telecommunications, financial services, retail, etc.)

Key admissions criteria

  • A minimum of 3 years of professional experience
  • University degree or relevant professional experience
  • Proficiency in English

Trust the experts

Geert Verstraeten

Geert Verstraeten is Managing Partner at Python Predictions, a Belgian niche player with expertise in the domain of Predictive Analytics. He currently has over 10 years of "hands-on experience" in different industries such as retail, mail-order, telecom, banking, utilities, subscription services,...

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Aurélie Pols

Aurélie PolsAurélie was awarded Most Influential Industry Contributor by the US Digital Analytics Association (DAA) in 2015, co-founded Mind Your Privacy in Spain and is part of the Ethics Advisory Group of the EU Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) in Brussels.

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Jerome Bryssinck

Jérôme leads the Fraud and Financial Crime (FFC) Government practice across EMEA and AP for SAS, managing the sales, presales and subject matter experts within the government sector. Jerome works with many large Government institutions across EMEA and AP, in creating solution roadmaps and appropr...

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Pierre Deville

Pierre Deville, 30, is the Head of Data Science and Analytics at the Bisnode Group Analytics. He is the co-Founder and former Chief Science Officer of Swan, a big data analytics company acquired by the Bisnode Group in 2017. He is also an Associate Professor at the Solvay Business School where he...

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Martine George

Martine has had more than 29 years work experience in different companies and industries and an unusual combination of expertise and roles: Practitioner and advocate in Business Analytics, she has occupied different functions as analyst, middle manager and later as director, in Banking, Energy, ...

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Patrice Latinne

Rewiring how companies use Data and Analytics. Work closely with client representatives to bridge business challenges with innovative and tailored data-driven solutions aligned with the organisation strategy and constraints. Data & Analytics practice leader Data science & artificial i...

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Michaël Deheneffe

Michaël Deheneffe is Innovation & Strategy Director at Business & Decision. Though well-versed in all data analytics related matters, he is most passionate about what happens at the intersection between IT and marketing. With more than 15 years of experience in consulting and project man...

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Yassine El Ouarzazi

Yassine joined Catalyst in 2006 after a career in business analytics in the finance and automotive industries. For 7 years, he spearheaded Mars' Evidence Based Marketing program, before turning to research in Business Model Innovation. Since 2014, he has been developing and deploying the signatu...

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Nassim Haddad

I work at UCB, a medium-sized pharma company focused on neurological and auto-immune diseases, where I'm leading a transversal team focusing on Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. Work Head of IT Artificial Intelligence @ UCB BioPharma [HIRING!] Brussels Area, Belgium @ UCB Brussels Area...

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Davy Paindaveine

I am professor of Statistics and Mathematics at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (full professor since 2010) and an Associate Member of the Toulouse School of Economics. I have been visiting professor at the Université Pierre-et-Marie Curie (from 2009 to 2014), in KULeuven (2015), and in Toulous...

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Available dates

Sep 18, 2020—Mar 31, 2021
18 daysModules info
Brussels, Belgium
EUR 12000 ≈USD 13447
EUR 666 per day

Disclaimer

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