Texem UK develops programme to assist leaders improve organisational performance
Top learning platform for African executives and organisations, Texem UK, has initiated an executive development programme that would help leaders improve individual, team and organisational performances.
The programme, Harnessing Big Data: Insights and Action for Strategic Outcomes, is the process of using big data to analyse large volume, variety, and velocity of data to discover buried patterns, hidden correlation, and other useful information to shape decision making and unlock value.
A statement by the Chief Executive Officer, Alim Abubakre, explained that during the programme, executives would be opportune to learn how big data creates value for their business, how it enables decision making, how it helps to narrow segmentation of customer for targeted clients, and how it opens new business opportunities by developing new and innovative products (for private sectors) and services (for public sectors).
The forum is expected to address all the possibilities that big data can bring to a business and how it can be implemented in organisations.
The programme will hold from 3rd to 6th September 2018, at the Oracle University, Berkeley Square House, London with registration on Texem website.
Executives, who attend the programme would learn the secrets of modern-day competitive intelligence, the importance of virtual reality, robotics and artificial intelligence and how it will improve policymaking.
They will also gain insights to develop, implement, and manage collaborative forecasts, how to develop transparent, interrelated and aligned processes, analytics and data-driven decision making, actionable insights in leading an analytics transformation, case studies of superlative results from harnessing big data and ways to avoid business analytic failures.
World-renowned faculties who are grounded in actionable insights would facilitate the programme.
They include Rodria Laline (Visiting Professor of Harvard, Insead and IESE, and Chair of Intrabond. Capital); Michael Connaughton, Head of Analytics & Big Data, EMEA – Oracle; Neil Sholay, VP Innovation, Oracle; and Andrew Sutherland, Senior Vice President, Systems, and Technology, Oracle among others.
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