The transformation of accountability in firms is the subject of this film. The introduction of data driven, business intelligence strategies focused on maximizing operational and financial performance set the pace for a new era in analyst techniques. Evaluate Anything (2001) offers historical insight into turn of the 21st
century competition models that would inform the current field of analytics.
Technological advancements in enterprise systems have transformed the way organizations ‘think’. The generation of data as part of business process operations enables companies to track productivity, inventory, logistics, and sales results. In public institutions and nonprofits, similar IT systemization of productivity attributes key information to public disclosure of financial reporting.
Analytics derived from algebraic, calculus, and statistics, evaluate real reporting data with traditional mathematical tools. The entrance of software database applications dedicated to the management and analysis of enterprise systems data, has radically altered how analysts perform analytic functions.
Modeling of data in linear regression or logistic regression analysis, root cause analysis, or text analysis has been made far easier with R and other programming languages dedicated to analysis. For instance, an organization may now procure its own data, using its in-house database to conduct business analysis, economic analysis, financial analysis, or marketing analysis. Tertiary managerial functions such as risk management audits in compliance with standards and regulatory rules demanded of organizations under law are enriched with by such evaluative capacity.
The program discusses the technical applications, mathematical techniques, and qualitative data supporting analysis in organizations. Viewers learn how to define terms to quality assessment for optimal output. Benchmark performance tools for ascertaining return on investment (ROI) in business strategy are addressed.Evaluate Anything
- ISBN 978-1-62290-897-4
- Run Time (12 Minutes)
- Copyright 2001
- Closed Captioned (CC)