In this 2-day course, Dr Donald Amoroso will provide participants with an understanding of the relationship between data and more effective decisions. This programme covers all the major aspects of big data including a segment on conducting data analysis with statistics and interpreting the results. Big data architectures will also be discussed with a focus on the information technology components including the Hadoop database, networked attached storage and statistical engines.
You will also look at many types of analytics including customer analytics, social media analytics and organizational analytics. The most important part of the programme is to examine how to use big data for research and how data analysis tools can improve decision-making. All of the sessions are enhanced with cases, discussions and small group projects.
- Understand the value of big data and the ability to augment an organization’s strategy
- Analyze the big data architecture and know what components are needed to make data analytics possible in organizations
- Develop a set of analytics to improve consumer relationships
- Understand big data for research
- Work with statistical tools to analyze the data
Who Should Attend
Decision makers from any industry, NGO or government agency who are interested in developing the skills needed to develop big data systems and analyze data using analytics. Executive directors and managers who are responsible for driving the organization’s direction, mission, policies and major programmes.
Dr Donald Amoroso
- One of the most respected and leading international consultants in the spaces of innovation, strategy and technology
- A research fellow / Adjunct Professor at the Asian Institute of Management
- Consulted with over 60 international organizations (such as GE Japan, BMW Japan) and worked with CEOs and CIOs to develop strategic plans, marketing strategies, accounting and enterprise resource management systems, and projects for information technology
- Worked with organizations in 17 countries on global issues related to strategy, innovation, technology and leadership
- Was inducted into the Who’s Who Worldwide in 1995 for contributions to international organizations changing the distribution of technology information within the Pacific Rim
- Received his bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from Old Dominion University in 1980 and his MBA and PhD from the University of Georgia in 1984 and 1986 respectively