Successfully leading and managing in a complex system requires high quality decision making based on sound reasoning and analysis. However, many leaders do not have a background in data, analytics and systems science. Despite the ever-increasing amount of data and sophistication of analytical methods, leaders can feel confused. For example:
This innovative course will offer powerful insights and approaches that allow you understand and address the sorts of questions described. This course is especially designed to explain key analytical concepts that are essential for leadership and management. This is not a statistics course!. Instead, the course is a unique blend of different domains on knowledge underpinned by analytical thinking that will help leaders to:
The course will begin with an overview of decision quality and then use a series of Socratic exercises to provide an intuitive understanding of fundamental analytical concepts which will include (statistical process control, flaw-of-averages, regression to the mean, evaluating interventions and causal interpretation, and uncertainty) which will provide a strong basis for becoming more confident and effective canvassers and consumers of analytics in complex systems.
Your trainer: Professor Mohammed A Mohammed
This workshop is free and available to anyone working in health and care in the Midlands.
Who should attend: The focus for this course is for leaders who are interested in how to enhance the quality of decision making via intuitive understanding of analytical concepts.
Pre-requisites: There are no pre-requisites for this course.
One-day 9.45 – 15.30
Location and Dates:
Birmingham – 12/12/2023
East Midlands, location and date to be confirmed
Registration: By invitation
For more information about this course contact the Training & Development Operational Lead, Rachel Caswell