This two-day elective course will focus on developing the skills needed to make an educated decision based on available data. This class will cover how increased access to data-based information can help you make better decisions backed by hard data points. You learn how to make decisions based on available data and how data tends to “paint a picture” for a decision’s consequence. You will also discuss how to account for missing or inaccurate data, and the importance of reviewing new data after a decision is implemented.
- Define data-driven decision making
- Learn how to analyze data for decision making
- Evaluate the importance of data and the increasing role it has in decision making
- Discuss the application of data-driven decision making in your field
- Learn how to account for factors that may not appear in data, and how to incorporate those factors into the decision-making process
- Practice analyzing outcomes after making a decision, and evaluating if it was the correct decision based off of follow-up data.
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