May 19–20, 2020 | Los Angeles, California, USA
Business demand for graduates with data analytics knowledge and skills has exploded, while the field itself is still evolving and changing rapidly, with new strategies, tools, and techniques coming online daily. These dynamics are challenging business schools to respond with innovative programs and curricular approaches that are connected deeply with practice. This seminar will focus on how to develop, implement and deliver data analytics programs that meet the needs of the business community and prospective students. Original content and cases, discussions and group activities, discussions with data analytics executives, and other experiences have been designed to assist schools initiate and expand their work in this vital area.
- Analyze the (business and student) expectations for data analytics knowledge and skills
- Consider the role of data analytics in general business management curricula
- Develop techniques and requirements for teaching data analytics classes, including experience programs, online and hybrid platforms
- Build business engagement strategies, research platforms, and international approaches
Who Should Attend
Those who are interested in developing a data analytics program or introducing data analytics into existing curricula.
Interested in Presenting?
Call for proposals: please email the following details with "2020 Data Analytics Summit Proposal" as subject line to Mariza.Cooper@aacsb.edu: presentation topic, length of presentation, and speaker details.
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