Becoming Insight-Driven though Data Interpretation and Visualization

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David Elsner will show how you can get usable - and profitable - business insights from the data you collect about your organization.

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The challenges businesses face evolve more rapidly than ever in the current climate of disruption. Competition is fierce and customers demand more than ever. Data, which is increasing exponentially in today’s information-based economy, is changing every part of the organization. To capture value in this deluge of facts, you need to be able to interpret it and reveal the insights it contains.

Asking the right questions and visualizing and communicating the resulting data can give an organization competitive advantage, resulting in new income streams, better decision making and improved productivity.

In this webinar, David Elsner, an instructor in SEEC’s Masters Certificate in Analytics for Leaders program, will discuss some of the concepts, skills and methods of finding key messages in the data, and turning it into information, insight and intelligence. He will discuss how to focus on the most important parts of the data and ignore clutter that confuses. He will also explore how Tableau, a business intelligence-platform, can help you see and understand your data by creating simple to complex visualizations and combining them in interactive dashboards.

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David Elsner works with organizations to help guide them to make use of their data assets and support successful, data-driven decisions. As a consultant, he is responsible for delivering innovative and insight-driven solutions to clients. As an instructor, he provides professional classes to a range of academic programs and businesses. He teaches visual analytics and modelling classes at the Schulich Executive Education Centre and the Schulich School of Business in the Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI) program.

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