According to the APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) Advisory Group, Operational Analytics is one of the key competencies of a Data Science & Analytics professional working in the region.
By definition, a DSA professional uses data analytics and specialized business analytics (i.e. business intelligence) techniques for the investigation of all relevant data to derive insight in support of decision-making.
Operational analytics is made up of all the analytics processes within an organization that take data and transforms the data into actionable intelligence. In short, this is management reporting.
Without a doubt the most widely used form of analytics, management reporting is deeply ingrained into the culture of data-driven organizations.
I often liken management reporting to a pyramid. The bottom of the pyramid is the data or the base of decision-making in an organization.
The middle of the pyramid is the processes of operational analytics. Where the data is transformed.
The top of the pyramid is the decision-making. Managers need intelligence that comes in the form of insights. Great analysts deliver these insights in reports, dashboards and visualizations.
DMAIPH offers a wide range of analytics centric training solutions for professionals and students via public, in-house, on-site, and academic settings. We tailor each training event to meet the unique needs of the audience. If you need empowerment and skills enhancement to optimize the use of analytics in your organization, we are here to help.
Contact DMAIPH now at email@example.com or connect with me directly to set up a free consultation to learn which of our DMAIPH analytics training solutions is best for you.
With Daniel Meyer, President and Founder, Decision-Making, Analytics & Intelligence Philippines… that’s me! 🙂
I have the honor of conducting a webinar next month in partnership with American University.
Here is the promotional copy for the webinar… hope some of my followers like you are able to join us.
Evaluators can learn from the ways that the corporate sector uses business analytics to understand, interpret, and display Big Data. Key aspects from the corporate sector that are useful for monitoring and evaluation include identifying what data is important, and finding ways to visualize it for consumption. In this webinar, Daniel Meyer discusses analytics solutions relevant to measurement and evaluation.
Daniel Meyer is passionate about solving problems by bringing together the best talent, cutting edge technology, and successful methodologies. He is an expert on data-driven decision-making, multi-industry analytics and business intelligence. He is the author of Putting Your Data to Work and the Fundamentals of Business Analytics. Learn more about Dan Meyer.
February 15, 2017
Webpage with webinar registration links: http://programs.online.american.edu/msme/webinars
Daniel Meyer is President & Founder of DMAIPH (Decision-Making, Analytics & Intelligence Philippines), an analytics, consulting, training and outsourcing company with offices in Manila and the San Francisco Bay Area. Mr. Meyer is one of the top analytics experts in the Philippines. With a team of over 40 analysts, DMAIPH provides a variety of analytics solutions to companies in the U.S. and Asia. Mr. Meyer is also one of the most sought after public speakers in the country and has personally trained thousands of Filipinos in various analytics functions. Before setting up his own company, Mr. Meyer worked as a Senior Analytics Consultant for Wells Fargo Bank for 15 years. Mr. Meyer provided executive management analytics for the bank’s Remittance Service including developing business dashboards, overseeing competitive intelligence gathering, managing data analytics outsourcing projects and facilitating audit and risk management. Mr. Meyer recently published Putting Your Data to Work, an analytics guidebook designed to provide organizations with a solid foundation in using analytics to empower more data-driven decisions. Mr. Meyer earned a B.A. in History with a minor in International Studies from Sonoma State University and a M.A. in Education with a focus on Student Affairs in Higher Education from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.