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Texem Organises Training on Big Data For Strategic Outcomes


Digital breakthrough is shaping every aspect of our lives, from consumer goods to healthcare, energy to agriculture, transportation to telecommunications, financial services to the public underscoring the potential for digital technologies to transform the way organisations operate.
While organisations in Nigeria collect an enormous amount of data, many organisations do not have the competence to translate this data into a competitive edge. Leading in Nigeria is made more difficult than in other economically advanced climes due to poor application of available data and increasingly challenging contextual realities such as weak institutions, limited infrastructure, increasing security challenges and fragile political landscape. Thus, organisations need to invest in developing their people, process, and structure to turn big data into a viable source of stakeholder value creation.
This is why TEXEM, UK is inviting senior executives in Africa to the forthcoming executive development programme that will focus on ‘Harnessing Big Data: Insights and Action for Strategic Outcomes’ scheduled to hold from September 3rd – 6th 2018 at Oracle University, Reading, UK.
Focused on improving data-informed decision making, optimizing leadership quotient, inspiring a culture of innovation and driving enhanced organizational efficiency and effectiveness, this program offers steeper learning curves on how market-leading companies are using stakeholder data to reshape their companies and industries and how this could be applied in your organisation.
After completion of the programme, executives will be equipped with fresh insights and analytical skills required to harness the power and potential of big data and create more value for your company.
Executives who attend the programme would learn the secrets of modern-day competitive intelligence, the importance of virtual reality, robotics and artificial intelligence and how this could improve strategy development.
They would also gain insights to develop, implement, and manage collaborative forecasts and learn how to develop transparent, interrelated and aligned processes, Analytics and Data-Driven Decision Making, actionable insights in leading an analytics transformation, Case Studies of Superlative Results from Harnessing Big Data and ways to avoid business analytic failures.
This programme will be facilitated by world-renowned Professor Rodria Laline (Visiting Professor of Harvard, Insead and IESE and Chair of Intrabond. Capital)
Speaking on the programme, Laline, Co-Founder of the MYBP Governance programme at Harvard noted that in ‘an era of very scarce resources, roller-coaster paced innovation and cut-throat competition, how do we challenge today’s board governance and leadership practices when artificial intelligence and cognitive computing power is aggregated in the hands of Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, and the likes? Will we outsource our brains? Will we connect our human mental states to the dynamic interfaces of modern intelligent systems?
‘Are we underestimating how technology is shaping us? What happens if we leave all algorithms affecting our lives obscured in black boxes? What kind of values do we embrace? Who are we? How do we want to live? Big data and predictive analytics are transforming practices in the new business ecosystems.’
‘What goes into big data, predictive analytics and artificial intelligence many of us don’t know? Discover how to strengthen your own contribution and overall board effectiveness to truly drive business value, competitive advantage, and board engagement.’
She urged executives to make a powerful statement to their investors, management team and the public about their commitment to governance excellence by joining TEXEM at Oracle University.
Speaking on Texem programmes, Tijanni Ibrahim Kiyawa, who is a member of House of Assembly, said that “Executive Development programme at Oxford designed by TEXEM are perfectly conducted-The Faculties are very high profile with excellent communication skills. The tours were educative, informative and enlightening”.
Texem is a leading organiser of executive training in Nigeria and UK.

Source:businessdayonline

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