27463Racine, WI 4/7 Talk Analytics with Executives: 4 Things You Must Understand"
- Jan 31, 2011Upcoming presentation, similar to the one that I did for the Chicago Web and Social Media Analytics Group earlier this month. This event is free.
Send all your buddies from Southeastern Wisconsin :) (And thanks to the members of this group who sent their Chicago buddies to presentations in my hometown!)
American Society for Quality, Racine-Kenosha Section
"Talk Analytics with Executives: 4 Things You Must Understand" presented by Meta S. Brown
Where: Charcoal Grill, 8300 Washington Ave. (Hy 20), Racine
When: 4/7/2011 6:00 p.m., cost: free, expenses covered by ASQ Section 1204
Reservations: Email to Jay Warner at quality AT a2q.com (You know how to make that into an email address, right? Thank you.)
Data analysis isn't something you do for your own entertainment. Businesses pay for analytics to support decision-making, to provide them with information that gives the business the best shot at the biggest profits.
Yet C-level executives frequently ignore or undervalue the analytics available to them.
Why does upper management ignore information that would surely enable them to achieve better and more consistent returns on investment? The information isn't presented in the right way.
Join us for "Talk Analytics with Executives: 4 Things You Must Understand" and learn how to engage executives and get them hearing and acting on your analytics message.
Read the original article, "Talk Analytics with Executives: 4 Things You Must Understand" at Smart Data Collective:
About the speaker:
Meta S. Brown promotes the use of business analytics. A hands-on analyst who has tackled projects with up to $900 million at stake, she is a recognized expert in cutting-edge business analytics. Ms. Brown has conducted over 4,000 hours of presentations about business analytics. She has written guides on neural networks, quality improvement, statistical process control, and many other statistical methods. Her seminars have attracted thousands of attendees from across the United States and Canada, from novices to professors.