BUS 103 — Become a Data CEO: A Framework for Mastering Data and Driving Innovation
Course Format: On-campus
Duration: 6 weeks
Date(s): Apr 18—May 23
Time: 7:00—9:00 pm
Drop Deadline: May 1
Instructor(s): Gauthier Vasseur
Apr 18—May 23
To make a difference in a fast-evolving world and support the progressive digitalization of our organizations, we are asked to deliver relevant analysis faster. We need to connect data and go beyond siloed views of our business. We have to dive deeper in our search for new signals in the enterprise data noise. We must carve out more time for innovation, engagement, and execution, and become data-driven. In this course, students will learn how to architect simple and flexible technology solutions that serve their needs. A key to this evolution resides in the mastering of not only data but also technology, people dynamics, and process optimization. More than a “data scientist,” we have to become a “data CEO” in order to lead a true, balanced approach in building our data “supply chain” in a sustainable and business-driven manner. Through hands-on case studies and expert guest speakers, approaches to becoming data-savvy will be discussed. The course will cover change management and project dynamics that can make or break initiatives and will present practices to drive game-changing efficiencies in enterprise processes. By acquiring the foundations of efficient data management and analytics, students will master the capture, processing, and delivery of the data that matters.
Gauthier Vasseur, President and CEO, Data Wise AcademyGauthier Vasseur helps companies operationalize their digital transformation by bringing applicable knowledge to data management in order to foster collaboration and innovation. His experience ranges from large enterprises (Google, Oracle) to bootstrapped, Series A, and pre-IPO companies, where he has overseen aspects of finance, operations, and marketing, including developing teams, analytics, and scalable processes for growth and transparency. He received an MBA from the EDHEC Business School.
Textbooks for this course:
There are no required textbooks; however, some fee-based online readings may be assigned.