NASBA Field of Study
Business Management & Organization
• Recall how a data strategy will affect your executive team, technology, people and processes, as well as what new capabilities you need to grow your data-driven strategy.
• Identify the key change management considerations to be successful through this transformation.
• Recognize practical approaches to empowering your team to be data-driven and proactive rather than reactive. A market-focused, proactive approach encourages innovation throughout the organization.
• Identify the common challenges of becoming a data-driven organization, including getting executive leadership buy-in, preparing for data overload, ensuring data quality, handling common talent concerns and acting on the insights from your analysis.
Controllers, CFOs and finance managers
• Executives with responsibility for financial planning, strategy and analysis for small, medium or large companies
• CPAs in public practice and business & industry
• Senior leadership interested in implementing a data analytics strategy