The primary focus of this course is on using personal computers as platforms for soliciting, consolidating, and presenting information (data, assumptions and relationships) to build exploratory models for business problems. Thereafter, using the models to drive understanding and consensus towards generating possible actions, and the selection of a final course of action and the assurance of execution success.
Participants would interactively develop skills and the experience to build models to deal with open-ended questions, with unclear assumptions and incomplete information. Where appropriate, solutions obtained could be extended as "Decision Support Systems" and "Proof-of-Concepts".
Upon successful completion of this course, an attendee will be able to:
Know how to frame problems, and integrate various analytical skills (e.g. statistics and mathematics) to model and solve business problems
Be comfortable with the personal computer, motivated to self-learn problem analysis computer tools and know where to get relevant information and system resources
Who Should Attend
The job roles/occupation that this course would be relevant to may includes: