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Data can be beautiful and complex. It’s also changing the way businesses make decisions. Learn how to use data to produce financial insights that drive results in this five-course program focused on data management.
Many organizations are facing the same challenge: too much raw data and not enough refined, usable data. Companies need leaders who can navigate the implications of digital disruption and be responsive to change.
In this program, you will learn how to harness the power of data and turn it into meaningful information for financial and strategic purposes. The curriculum includes five courses, combining theory and practice on the key components of data management: cleansing and modelling, business intelligence, analytics, decision-making and forecasting for the future.
The Data Management Certificate is designed for CPAs who have at least five years of post-qualification experience as a controller, analyst, manager or consultant, as well as executives interested in best practices for data.
Note: Content will be released on a staggered schedule, starting in November 2018. All five courses will be available by March 2019. Bundle and save when you purchase the full program upfront.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
For most organizations, it’s impossible to avoid navigating substantial amounts of data. Learn how to cleanse that data, create value-added models and build effective dashboards.
Microsoft Power BI is an excellent tool for building effective dashboards. Discover the key concepts you need to create data visualizations that communicate meaningful strategic information with your audience.
Analytics can make or break your bottom line. Learn how to harness the power of data science to enhance business intelligence and deliver precise, high-quality insights to your stakeholders.
The world needs leaders who are thoughtful, decisive and digitally literate. Learn how to make better business decisions by improving your approach to critical thinking, skepticism and bias awareness.
Technology keeps changing and so do the value levers of business. Be prepared for what’s next and arm yourself with the right skills to play an active role in shaping the future of the profession.
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