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Who should attend
This program is aimed primarily at:
- Middle managers in medium-large firms
- Entrepreneurs or managers in start-ups or small firms
- Managers in non-profit organizations, governmental institutions, or similar
About the course
Predicting the effects of strategic decisions is essential, because the success or failure of your projects depend on the correct or wrong predictions. Today the wide availability of data held by companies can give substantial support to these forecasts. This program helps you to master and innovate decision-making processes using information in the most effective and valuable way.
What you'll be working on
- How can managers make good decisions?
- A scientific method for managerial and innovation decisions
- Basic tools for analyzing and interpreting managerial and innovation data
- Running experiments in your organization
- Big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning for managerial and innovation decisions
- Understanding what data (big or small) can or cannot do for managerial decision-making
Professor of Management and Head of the Department of Management and Technology. I study firm strategy, particularly technology strategy and the impact of innovation on industry structures. I published on national and international journals. My best known book is Markets for Technology (2001, MIT...
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
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