EventsNew York, November 12th

New York, November 12th

Telling your data story: A systematic framework for strategic decision

Telling your data story: A systematic framework for strategic decision

In today’s hyperconnected and volatile business world; leaders are asked to make smarter decisions with imperfect information.

Join, Professor Netzer’s leading expert in leveraging data to gain a deeper understanding of customer behavior to guide decisions; Professor Christopher Frank, Vice President at American Express and thought leader in how to make smarter decision; and Professor Paul Magnone, expert in large-scale, executive-led digital transformations driven by cloud, AI, and other disruptive technologies.

Our expert Colab will enable you to:

  • Understand the concept of quantitative intuition and how it can support better decision making
  • Learn how to ask smarter questions using the ‘I wish I knew’ approach
  • practically apply the framework with your peers by exploring the future of ‘AI in hr’

8:30am Registration and Breakfast

9:00am Colab Session

10:30am Networking

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