In a data-saturated global marketplace, incisive analytical skills are no longer a “nice to have.” They’re a necessity.
Because nearly every modern business decision is data-driven, the Poole College of Management has integrated data analysis and interpretation skills across our curricula and programs, from undergraduate to executive education. No undergraduate track better exemplifies our approach than the Business Analytics Honors Program, which offers student-focused preparation for careers in the field.
From Poole College News
2017 Global State of Enterprise Risk Oversight
The Enterprise Risk Management Initiative pools the insights of 586 chief financial officers and other senior executives worldwide.
Hurricane Harvey and Supply Chain Relief
Natural disasters pose a multitude of risks for businesses. Rob Handfield of the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative explains how analytics can help mitigate them.
“Businesses today are overwhelmed with the amount of information and data before them,” says Scott Showalter, professor of accounting. “It’s one thing to prepare that data; it’s another thing to understand the insights that come from that data. We’re preparing our students to find those insights and make informed decisions for businesses.”
152 Students Enrolled
According to McKinsey Global Institute, by 2018 there will be a shortage of 1.5 million managers and analysts who have the ability to make decisions using big data. At Poole, we’re taking concrete steps to close that gap.
“What I hear from my colleagues across industries is that Poole College students stand out for their readiness level,” says Jeff Ward, chief strategy officer for First Citizens Bank. “These graduates are ready to hit the ground running.”
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