Developing Your Analytical Skills: How to Research and Present Information
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Organize information from multiple sources in various formats
Categorize data so you can analyze it
Uncover relevant information
See contradictory data in different perspectives
Analyze the facts to identify the best opportunity
Recognize patterns and determine what they mean for your business
Clearly communicate your findings and suggestions
This introductory course is designed for individuals who want to learn foundational, analytical skills that they can apply to their jobs to make more informed and successful business decisions.
JOhn L. Sep 26, 2016
Wished there were more students in class (we had 5).
Past Participant, CIBC Sep 19, 2016
Past Participant, CIBC Sep 13, 2016
It was refreshing to take an analytics course not dependent on Excel.
Past Participant, Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG) Sep 13, 2016
Past Participant, TMX Group Sep 13, 2016
The content of the various topics were quite engaging. I have to know put these principles in action for my work scenario. The exercises were an eye opener as the methodology used were new to me.
Salima was great and full of energy , she kept us engaged throughout the sessions. Never a boring moment.
Past Participant, Legal Aid Ontario Mar 22, 2016
Salima was a good facilitator. We had a small class - but diverse in industry - she provided relevant examples that each of us could use in our workplace
Vicky W. Mar 22, 2016
very interesting methods
Salima was very engaging and presented the material in a way that it flowed from one topic to the next. She presented the materials in an interesting way and incorporated the appropriate activities.
The facilities were excellent and everyone was very friendly.
Past Participant, Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) Mar 30, 2015
Good content, not enough for a 2 day course; look to add additional useful content; shorten activity prep time
Past Participant, Rypl.com Inc. Mar 25, 2015
Past Participant, ZOLL Medical Canada Inc Jun 21, 2015
Past Participant, Teva Canada Limited Jun 14, 2015
- Not a good choice of case study. Very basic and needed to be clearer on the direction (i.e. instructions to seek out information vs. the information being there) - Great instructor! - Liked the group activity
Jaymie D Jun 14, 2015
The material for this course could have been covered in one day. I felt that on the 2nd day we had to stretch the time. Our class was small, so that could have also played a factor in why we were left with so much time. In addition to that, I felt like we should have been given more context regarding the case we were assigned. It might have been valuable to have a case study that had both too much information and not enough information. Most of the people in this class are in roles where we have to deal with too much information and it would have been nice to have been able to learn how to analyze too much data not just how to analyze with limited data.
Past Participant, Home Depot Canada Jun 14, 2015
The framework provided is something that could be utilized in the workplace.
Past Participant, FundSERV Inc Jun 14, 2015
Salima did a fantastic job...would take any course with her again. Lots of energy and great real world examples.
Past Participant, Legal Aid Ontario Apr 5, 2015
I think it would be more useful to have all the groups use the same example with provided data otherwise too much can be set on collecting data rather than analysing it.