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Leading with Business Analytics and Big Data



13, 14, 15 & 16 September

Duration: 4 days

Schedule: 9am – 5 pm

Format: in person

Tuition Fees: €2,500

Who is this programme designed for?

This programme is designed for business innovators and leaders as well as data engineers moving to a management role and provides a roadmap to successfully exploit analytics and big data to bridge the gap between analytical concepts and the value that it can create.

What does the programme in Leading with Business Analytics and Big Data offer to participants?

Knowledge of big data and artificial intelligence has become crucial in developing a clear analytics strategy that enhances the creation of value.

Delivered through practical examples, this course guides candidates in understanding the technology behind AI and big data with the aim to enhance communications and collaboration between business leaders and technologists.

The course is also designed to allow participants to assess the big data-driven maturity of their organisation to unlock growth avenues.


The programme is designed to cover a range of topics such as development & management of big data strategy, identifying opportunities within AI and predictive analytics, exploring new big data sources such as text & network data, aligning big data strategy with technology and the automation of business processes using predictive analysis.

Lecturers: Philippe Baecke

Before the course we had put off engaging with Data and the opportunities and challenges it brings. Now we have a clear vision and have implemented our first proof of concepts.” Course Participant.

Philippe is incredibly engaging and knowledgeable, he presented complicated concepts in a totally understandable way but was willing to dig deeper into things when prompted. He used online learning tools flawlessly.” Course Participant.

This course and teaching was pitched at exactly the right level. There was enough content for thoroughly tech people to discuss the detail but it was kept generally high level enough for non-data specialists to understand the importance. Philippe did a great job of managing the classes in an online environment.” Course participant