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Who is this course for ? This course is RESTRICTED TO LEARNERS ENROLLED IN Strategic Business Analytics SPECIALIZATION as a preparation to the capstone project. During the first two MOOCs, we focused on specific techniques for specific applications. Instead, with this third MOOC, we provide you with different examples to open your mind to different applications from different industries and sectors. The objective is to give you an helicopter overview on what's happening in this field. You will see how the tools presented in the two previous courses of the Specialization are used in real life projects. We want to ignite your reflection process. Hence, you will best make use of the Accenture cases by watching first the MOOC and then investigate by yourself on the different concepts, industries, or challenges that are introduced during the videos. At the end of this course learners will be able to: - identify the possible applications of business analytics, - hence, reflect on the possible solutions and added-value applications that could be proposed for their capstone project. The cases will be presented by senior practitioners from Accenture with different backgrounds in term of industry, function, and country. Special attention will be paid to the "value case" of the issue raised to prepare you for the capstone project of the specialization. About Accenture Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries and all business functions—underpinned by the world’s largest delivery network—Accenture works at the intersection of business and technology to help clients improve their performance and create sustainable value for their stakeholders. With more than 358,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, Accenture drives innovation to improve the way the world works and lives. Visit us at

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14 mars 2016

Business analytic explained in simple language and real case studies. Short and enjoyable videos. (recommend 1.5x~1.75x view speed)


3 mai 2020

Excellent accumulation of relevant case studies across industries, very well planned modules and interesting project assignments!

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par carol

17 mars 2016

An interesting brief overview of how data analytics can be applied to various business and companies. It is not very in-depth but offers some good ideals if you are particularly interested in some of the industries on how they utilize data anaytics. For me the example of Bank of Ireland and healthcare sectors are the most interesting and inspiring cases.

par Luka t

22 mars 2016

Seems quite good and realistic but at times a little too general

par Ponciano R

23 janv. 2019

Great insights from people who actually use the techniques.

par Pascal U E

11 juil. 2016

Only to see examples of business analytics in action

par Shivanand R K

21 juin 2016

Great and Excellent thoughts and course material.

par Piotr

13 juil. 2016

Should have been more hands on like the rest

par Nenad B

3 juin 2016

Good to pick up some buzz words but overall a bit too general and vague (Nicholas Glady's part is however straight to the point and most valuable). Quizzes were sometimes obsessed with wording and less with substance. I might be too harsh but I simply don't feel I learned nearly as much as in the first two courses.

par Mahdi S

14 juin 2016

The cases is very awesome, but for most of them the presentation, mostly the way the speakers talk in English is not sound enough.

Also the quizzes is crazy, just bullshit.


17 nov. 2017

Instead of explaining nuggets of multiple case studies, at-least two detailed analysis of case studies would be better

par Ye Z

5 avr. 2016

Stories are great but nothing substantial.