Across business, government, and nonprofits, decisions are made at ever faster rates. However, the decisions are often made by consensus reflecting a flight to safety rather than serving as a catalyst for change.
In this complimentary webinar with Columbia Business School Professor Oded Netzer and his colleagues Paul Magnone, management consultant at Google, and Christopher Frank, vice president at American Express, learn about an emerging area called Quantitative Intuition — or QI — that introduces you to a systematic framework to make smarter data-driven decisions.
Through their work, Netzer, Magnone, and Frank have identified what distinguishes decision makers who are able to make game-changing decisions with incomplete information from those who struggle to bring in quantitative information and analysis into their decision making.
In this 30-webinar webinar, you will:
- Demystify the idea that you need to be a math expert to make data-informed decisions
- Understand why combining the left and ride side of your brain is important for making data-driven decisions
- Discover how bias can impact your data-driven decision making
- Learn how executives can use QI to make better informed decisions, empowering them to bridge the gap between executive and data scientist roles
- Get an overview of the three pillars of quantitative intuition —precision questioning, pattern recognition, and a parallel/holistic view