In today’s competitive world, analytics plays a vital role in driving a successful business. A good manager is a good business analyst who translates data to the right solutions to satisfy business needs. However, being a business analyst certainly requires technical skills along with managerial skills. Those technical skills will assist the managers to analyse the insights of data. This course will help to learn those key skills required by a business analyst. Being the basis of a wide range of business analyses, financial statements are the commonly used performance measure to monitor and judge a firm’s performance relative to competitors. Consequently, this course will offer a guided knowledge to help judge what financial policies a firm should pursue and how to evaluate new business opportunities while investing.
This short course will familiarise participants, especially those who engage with day-to-day decision-making in their business or are interested to plan to follow that career path. This course and accompanying short case studies will facilitate both tactical and operational level complex decision problems under uncertainties.
No prior knowledge is assumed, however, basic skills in Microsoft Excel, and knowledge of High School level maths would be an advantage.
Duration: 2 Days
Delivery Mode: Live simulcast