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The term data analytics covers a wide range of tools, techniques, and issues around the use of data for decision making. Tools, primarily information technologies, include data collection and management technologies, specialized programming languages, data visualization, and artificial intelligence; techniques include statistical analysis, simulation, and geographic location analysis; organizational issues include data verification, data privacy and social risk, and human factors. As technologies continue to advance and data continues to be much more available, organizations face more opportunities to use data analytics to improve existing, or create new products and services. However, finding ways to take advantage of these opportunities challenges most organizations.

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Outreach College is pleased to offer a series of workshops designed to help organizations identify and act on opportunities. These workshops will explore in detail many of the facets of data analytics as applied to organizational issues,  covering both strategic and operational applications.

What will be covered?

  • Strategic implications of and opportunities from data analytics
  • Identifying and evaluating potential applications
  • Operationalizing data analytics
  • Hands-on use of the latest technologies and analytic methodologies
  • Discussion with experts and professional peers, covering for profit, not for profit, and governmental organizations

Who should attend?

  • Managers responsible for data related activities or functions that rely on data analysis
  • Professionals who work with data analysts or who do data analysis on their own
  • Data analysts wishing to broaden their understand of applied data analytics

A 10% discount will be available to individuals signing up for three or more courses at the same time. The discount will be applied at checkout.

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