NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rutgers Business School is launching an innovative Mini-MBA program in Data Driven Management. Designed for current and aspiring managers, even those with little or no experience working with data, the accelerated certificate program will be offered by Rutgers Business School Executive Education from April 17 - 21, 2017, in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Margaret O’Donnell, Program Manager, said, “Data is at the heart of the disruptions occurring across our economy because data is permeating absolutely everything we do. The good thing is that each and every nugget of data can reveal insights to help improve business operations, reduce the costs of doing business, effectively identify profitable customers, gain market advantage, make better-informed decisions, and most importantly, formulate a strategy for business success.”
The Rutgers Mini-MBA: Data Driven Management is a 5-day accelerated program designed to empower business leaders with the knowledge, tools, and training to manage and accelerate business opportunities by leveraging data.
Encouraged to attend this program are managers from any industry vertical or business function if they would like to:
- Understand how the data explosion is changing the business landscape
- Increase ROI for their organization by leveraging data already being collected
- Implement a data life cycle from collection to operationalization
- Learn to manage and lead data-driven projects, in addition to managing and leading data-driven teams
O’Donnell added, “Companies capable of leveraging data and making it a core pillar of their decision-making process are gaining a competitive advantage. But with so many steps between raw data and its effective usage, managers need exposure to current tools and an understanding of how to use them first, then of how to interpret and capitalize upon the results. Participants will gain all of that in our intensive week-long program.”
Apply today for the Mini-MBA program in Data Driven Management. The cost is $4,995. If prospective participants have any questions about the program or application, they can contact Margaret O’Donnell, Program Manager, at 848-445-9417 or firstname.lastname@example.org.