Python for Managers

Columbia Business School

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Who should attend

Professionals interested in learning practical coding skills that allows them to leverage large amounts of data they already have, or that they want to collect, in order to make better business decisions. No prior experience in programming is required.

Representative roles and titles may include:

  • Product managers, growth hackers, business strategy managers, product marketing managers
  • Risk managers, portfolio managers, high frequency traders
  • Data analysts, data scientists, analytics managers and VPs
  • Project managers
  • Management consultants
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Anyone who has outgrown excel for data analysis

About the course

According to Emsi employment data, monthly active postings for managers with Python skills have increased significantly, by 90% in the past year, and continues to grow at a staggering pace.

Python is designed to be easy to read while still being very powerful, which makes it a great language for beginners to learn. It’s the fastest-growing programming language out there and is becoming an integral part of many professions, from finance and insurance to technology, healthcare, retail, and ecommerce.

Columbia Business School Executive Education’s two-month online program — Python for Managers (Online) — is designed to get you off the sidelines and into the programming action. The program teaches you how to implement basic coding skills for practical business applications. Columbia Business School is at the nexus where technology and business merge.

The program is divided into two sections: part one is focused on fundamentals and part two is business applications. The curriculum includes mini challenges designed to give you hands-on coding practice. Ultimately, after taking this program, you will be able to organize and analyze data efficiently – by writing your own Python code.

With a focus on business application, the program includes opportunities to read and write scripts, work with simulated data from a case study on New York restaurant group Dig Inn and executing a final project with real-world application. At the end of the program, you will be able to organize, aggregate, and analyze large amounts of data using Python.

IMPACT

You will emerge from Columbia Business School Python for Managers (Online) with the capacity to understand and utilize Python, fostering a renewed confidence in your decision-making abilities. It will accelerate your ability to have a real impact on your organization and serve as a springboard for your career.

The key takeaways of the program are:

  • Learn the fundamentals of coding in Python with a focus on practical business applications
  • Read and write scripts
  • Learn to communicate effectively with programmers whether you hire, manage, or collaborate with them
  • Build the capacity to organize and interpret data that extends far beyond Excel’s capabilities
  • Learn how to combine multiple data sources for better insights
  • Explore the practical applications of web scraping and APIs

Experts

Mattan Griffel

Mattan Griffel is a Y Combinator-backed entrepreneur, and the Co-Founder & CEO of One Month, which offers affordable online bootcamps that teach anyone how to code in one month. He was selected as one of Forbes' 30 Under 30 in Education. Mattan teaches and advises on entrepreneurship, grow...

Daniel Guetta

Teaching Fall 2019 Business Analytics II (MBA) Analytics in Action (Master Class) (MBA) Demand and Supply Analytics (MBA) Business Analytics II (MBA) Summer 2019 Business Analytics (EMBA) Business Analytics II (MBA) Spring 2019 Business Analytics II (EMBA) Business Analytics II (MBA) Fall 2018 An...

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