Live Online Challenge: The Data Driven Decision Making

Are members of your organization still relying on intuition and shallow data in order to make decisions? How comfortable are you with the use of data in order to drive your decisions? Did you know that data-driven organizations are three times more likely to report significant improvements in decision-making compared to those who rely less on data?

See how you can get ahead of the game and strengthen your data-driven decision skills with Professor Omar Hernandez on the interactive Live Online Challenge: The Data Driven Decision Making.

You'll also have the opportunity to experience for yourself what a live online class from our Global Online MBA at Hult is really like.

There are two sessions to choose from—10AM or 7PM Boston time.
Class size is limited, so make sure to register now.

You will receive a link to access the webinar after registration.

Please ensure to use the same email address for the event sign-up form on the right-hand side as used for the free trial registration!

Wednesday, October 25, 2023

10AM, 7PM

1 hour

Boston Time Zone (EDT)

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About the class

During this class, you will learn three key learning points that you can take away and apply to enhance both your professional and personal life:

  1. Importance of Data-Driven Decision-Making: The information emphasizes the significance of making decisions based on data rather than intuition or shallow information. This suggests that organizations should prioritize the use of data to inform their choices.
  2. Competitive Advantage of Data-Driven Organizations: Data-driven organizations are highlighted as having a significant advantage, as they are three times more likely to report significant improvements in their decision-making processes compared to organizations that rely less on data. This statistic underscores the potential benefits of embracing data-driven approaches.
  3. Need for Skill Development: The information implies that some organizations may lack the necessary skills or comfort level with using data for decision-making. To stay competitive and enhance decision-making capabilities, organizations should invest in strengthening their data-driven decision skills and fostering a data-driven culture.

Dr. Omar Hernandez

Professor Romero-Hernandez was a recipient of the 2010 Franz Edelman Award, the world’s most prestigious award on operations research and management science. He is a chemical engineer with graduate studies in economic policy and government and a PhD in process economics and environmental impact from Imperial College, England.

Omar has worked for a diverse range of public and private organizations such as Procter & Gamble, PEMEX (Oil & Gas), Accenture, and the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources. In 2001, he was appointed Fulbright professor at the University of California, Berkeley and has taught at Hult since 2013. He has led various internationally awarded projects in the fields of renewable energy, sustainable business strategies, and business processes.

Omar Hernandez

About Live Online classes

Experience the next generation of online learning and discover a new way to earn your triple-accredited MBA or master's degree.

If you’re looking for a way to study part-time from home, you don’t have to sacrifice the sense of belonging and inspirational moments that come from classroom learning. Hult’s Live Online programs give you convenience, community, and a career on your own terms.

What if you could feel like you were in a class on campus when you were really at home? That’s exactly the experience Hult’s new Live Online degree programs give you. Be transported through your computer to our classrooms in Boston, London, and Dubai and connect with students joining the same class from their homes all over the world.



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