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Mastering Business Data Collection, Analysis and Presentation

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INTRODUCTION

Effective use of business data, information technology and various analytical methods helps professionals gain improved insight into their business issues and helps make better informed decisions.  Tools and techniques presented in Business Data Collection Training Seminar can be applied across many areas in a wide variety of organisations to improve stakeholder satisfaction, enhance return on investment, mitigate business risks and improve planning.

The Mastering Business Data Collection, Analysis and Presentation training course covers the foundational knowledge necessary to collect reliable business data and conduct comprehensive analysis to help maximise organisational value. The Mastering Business Data Collection, Analysis and Presentation training course is focused on the enhancement of essential knowledge and skills and equips participants with a toolbox of ideas and methodologies for effective data collection and analysis.

Participants on the Mastering Business Data Collection, Analysis and Presentation training course will develop the following competencies:

  • Critical thinking
  • Problem definition and business needs analysis
  • Business data collection, including design of questionnaires
  • Business data analysis
  • Feasibility studies
  • Management problem solving and decision making
  • Influencing stakeholders through persuasive communication
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