Data mining has been considered the province of the data scientist and data analyst. But the data scientists and data analysts only solve the business problems that are given to them provided those business problems can be solved with data.
Someone has to analyze the processes and conditions of the business to determine what the problems are and then determine whether data can solve those problems and answer the questions related to those problems. And that someone is the business analyst.
This webinar provides guidelines to determining business problems that can be solved with data and provides the details of what data mining is all about.
Business analyst or data analyst or data scientist?
Determine the right data
The process of getting value from data
Produce actionable insights
Provide the questions and interpret the answers
** Eligible for PDUs, CDUs. **
Steve Blais, PMP, PMI-PBA
Author, Consultant, Teacher and Coach
Steve Blais, PMP, PMI-PBA, is an author, consultant, teacher and coach who has nearly 50 years’ experience in Information Technologies working as a programmer, project manager, business analyst, system analyst, general manager, and tester. He has also been in an executive position for several start-up companies. He develops business analysis and agile processes and trains business analysts, project managers, and executive for organizations around the world. He is the author of Business Analysis: Best Practices for Success (John Wiley, 2011) and co-author of Business Analysis for Practitioners: a Practice Guide (PMI, 2014) and a contributor to the Business Analyst Body of Knowledge, V3 (IIBA, 2015).
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