Evidence-Based Decision-Making: How to Leverage Available Data and Avoid Cognitive Biases

Evidence-Based Decision-Making: How to Leverage Available Data and Avoid Cognitive Biases[PDF / Epub] ✅ Evidence-Based Decision-Making: How to Leverage Available Data and Avoid Cognitive Biases Author Andrew Banasiewicz – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Evidence Based Decision Making How to Leverage Available Data and Avoid Cognitive Biases examines how a wide range of factual evidence, primarily derived from a variety of data available to organizati How to ePUB ✓ Evidence How to Leverage Available eBook ´ Based Decision Making How to Leverage Available Data and Avoid Cognitive Biases examines how a wide range of factual evidence, primarily derived from a variety of data available to organizations, can be used to improve the quality of business decision making, by helping decision makers circumvent the various cognitive biases that adversely impact how we all think The book is built on the following premise During the past decade, the new Evidence-Based Decision-Making: eBook ´ data world emerged, in which the rush to develop competencies around business analytics and data science can be characterized as nothing less than the new commercial arms race The ever expanding volume and variety of data are well known, as are the great advances in data processing analytics, data visualization, and related information production focused capabilities Yet, comparatively little effort has been devoted to how the informational products of business analytics and data Decision-Making: How to PDF/EPUB ä science are consumed or used in the organizational decision making processes, as the available evidence shows that only some of that information is used to drive some business decisions some of the timeEvidence Based Decision Making details an explicit process describing how the universe of available and applicable evidence, which includes organizational and other data, industry benchmarks, scientific studies, and professional experience, can be assessed, amalgamated, and funneled into an objective driver of key business decisionsIntroducing key concepts in relation to data and evidence, and the history of evidence based management, this new and extremely topical book will be essential reading for researchers and students of data analytics as well as those working in the private and public sectors, and in the voluntary sector.

Evidence-Based Decision-Making: How to Leverage Available
    EPUB is an ebook file format that uses the epub on the following premise During the past decade, the new Evidence-Based Decision-Making: eBook ´ data world emerged, in which the rush to develop competencies around business analytics and data science can be characterized as nothing less than the new commercial arms race The ever expanding volume and variety of data are well known, as are the great advances in data processing analytics, data visualization, and related information production focused capabilities Yet, comparatively little effort has been devoted to how the informational products of business analytics and data Decision-Making: How to PDF/EPUB ä science are consumed or used in the organizational decision making processes, as the available evidence shows that only some of that information is used to drive some business decisions some of the timeEvidence Based Decision Making details an explicit process describing how the universe of available and applicable evidence, which includes organizational and other data, industry benchmarks, scientific studies, and professional experience, can be assessed, amalgamated, and funneled into an objective driver of key business decisionsIntroducing key concepts in relation to data and evidence, and the history of evidence based management, this new and extremely topical book will be essential reading for researchers and students of data analytics as well as those working in the private and public sectors, and in the voluntary sector. "/>
  • ebook
  • 270 pages
  • Evidence-Based Decision-Making: How to Leverage Available Data and Avoid Cognitive Biases
  • Andrew Banasiewicz
  • 24 February 2018
  • 1351050044