Interpreting and Communicating Data Insights in Business

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Interpreting and Communicating Data Insights in Business

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Data flows everywhere today, but consuming and communicating the essence of these signals is no easy task. Business executives want to hear findings as efficiently as possible. Business managers would like an engaging dialogue with data, but turn data aside if the burden of knowledge is too great. Results really matter. A proven framework and method for interpreting and communicating data insights is necessary when the going gets tough.

In this data analysis and statistics course, you’ll discover effective strategies and tools to master the process of interpreting and then communicating your data analysis and visualization work to business audiences. This course will empower you with proven business analytics methods and boost your confidence for effective communication of insights.

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Gabrielle Guglielmelli

10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 4 months ago
If you're interested in analytics and how to present them in business, this is for you. The instructors give you a scenario where Marketing and Advertising and touched upon, so anyone looking to further expand in that field, I would also recommend this class too. I learned so much. Thank you Microsoft!
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Amil Busthon

10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 8 months ago
The course give me some refreshment for making compelling presentation with data-driven approach. The instructors explain some important perspectives from data creator and data consumer to make artifacts that is critical in business.
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