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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Data-Driven Process Improvement par Université de Buffalo

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4 avis

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By the end of this course, learners are empowered to implement data-driven process improvement objectives at their organization. The course covers: the business case for IoT (Internet of Things), the strategic importance of aligning operations and performance goals, best practices for collecting data, and facilitating a process mapping activity to visualize and analyze a process’s flow of materials and information. Learners are prepared to focus efforts around business needs, evaluate what the organization should measure, discern between different types of IoT data and collect key performance indicators (KPIs) using IoT technology. Learners have the opportunity to implement process improvement objectives in a mock scenario and consider how the knowledge can be transferred to their own organizational contexts. Material includes online lectures, videos, demos, project work, readings and discussions. This course is ideal for individuals keen on developing a data-driven mindset that derives powerful insights useful for improving a company’s bottom line. It is helpful if learners have some familiarity with reading reports, gathering and using data, and interpreting visualizations. It is the first course in the Data-Driven Decision Making (DDDM) specialization. To learn more about the specialization, check out a video overview at

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par Esther A

2 avr. 2021

The course is easy to understand and provides some key foundational considerations for data gathering and making an impact on business strategy.

par Daniel D B

27 avr. 2021

Excellent course and teachers.

I only recommend a review on the Readings' links, some doesn't work.

par Alfonso N M

26 mars 2021


par George K

6 mars 2021

Very interesting topic and a very well structured course. However more videos and less reading would have been better. In addition, more practice exercises would have been an added advantage as well. However, overall very informative course.