Category Human Resources and Training
Title Advanced Analytical Training
Date January 20, 2019 to January 24, 2019
Venue Jeddah
Fee 5750.00 SAR

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Who should attend
  • Senior Business Analysts with at least three years experiencing wishing to further their training
  • Project Managers responsible for managing and leading the analysis activities in their organization
  • Managers or Team Leaders who lead teams of business analysts

Program Objectives

  • Learn a process for breaking down complex problems into components and gain clarity around possible solutions
  • Apply strategies and techniques to avoid emotional triggers that can impede your best thinking
  • Explore how to generate solutions to atypical problems and then test the solutions
  • Know how to accurately interpret probability and other methods for increasing certainty in your judgment
  • Learn strategies for negotiating among variables and conditions
  • Recognize the difference between rationality of purpose and rationality of process

Program Outlines

  • Understanding how we think and reason
  • Identifying underlying factors for why intelligent people do irrational things
  • Using a 4-part model for effective reasoning
  • Balancing multiple conditions impacting a business situation
  • Comprehending the foundations of conditional logic (if x, then y) and disjunctive logic (x or y) and when to use them
  • Identifying the barriers and challenges to effectively using different kinds of logic
  • Exploring the difference between logical analysis and facts
  • Exploring the three aspects of probability and their application in business
  • Moving from pieces to big picture and creating/testing solutions
  • Identifying common patterns to look for in data
  • Comprehending the hypothetical method and its two stages: formation and testing
  •  Problem solving first steps: seeing patterns, abstracting to models and developing hypotheses
  • Using data to form and test a hypothesis
  • Beyond fundamentals—moving from analytical thinking to critical thinking
  • Applying the four components of analytical reasoning to a real-life work situation