Learn from Hult's internationally-renowned professors and engage with fellow incoming Hult students from Asia.
This class will be taught live from Hult San Francisco campus at the following local timezones: 7pm Bangkok, Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City | 8pm Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Singapore, Taipei | 9pm Seoul, Tokyo
Wednesday, 26 August
Data Visualization and Understanding Relationships between Variables are essential for business. The best managers are those who go beyond the superficial analysis and can identify patterns and underlying trends by doing rigorous data science. But that is not enough.
To leap forward from being a good business manager to a good organizational leader, you must simplify the analysis and make it clear and concise for all levels in the company.
In this session, you will be introduced to two tools - Regression Analysis and Spark Lines that will help you to achieve both: produce insight, and communicate it effectively.
Dean Luis Escamilla
Luis Escamilla is currently the Campus Dean at Hult’s San Francisco campus. Prior to joining Hult, Escamilla worked with Procter & Gamble (P&G) in the Finance and Accounting department, developing an automated tool to read SAP data and build custom financial reports for top management decision-making. He conducted competitive intelligence analyses to forecast competitor’s pricing and product launches.
Additionally, he has conducted several market research studies for new products and ventures in the Middle East. He has implemented databases, programmed systems, and participated in censuses for The National Institute of Statistic in Mexico and the Foreign Affairs Ministry through the Mexican Consulate in Dubai.
Professor Chase Kusterer
Chase Kusterer is currently a Professor of Analytics at Hult’s San Francisco campus. Prior to this, he was an adjunct faculty at Hult’s Shanghai campus, teaching Business Math, Data Analytics, Data Usage for Managers, Marketing Analytics, Research Methods, and Quantitative Analysis.
Chase obtained a Masters Degree in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern University and a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from North Dakota State University. He also holds a Language Certificate in Mandarin from Donghua University.