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By the end of 2019, it is clear that American Airlines (AAL), the world’s largest airline group, is in trouble. With the growth rate of its stock price ranked at the bottom of all major US airlines and going in the opposite direction from the SP500 index, AAL needs to find out what is going on, and how to turn the company and its stock price around. The challenge faced by AAL is typical; addressing it may well be a management consulting project worthy millions of dollars. In particular, business intelligence and competitive analysis is required to discover problems and opportunities for the company, and lay the foundation for turning-around strategies. In this course, you will learn a powerful tool that combines data, industry classification, and analytics models with visualization tools for effective and efficient business intelligence and competitive analysis. Upon completion of the course, you should be able to conduct a business intelligence and competitive analysis on a company of your choice as a management consultant....


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von Michael T M

Sep 03, 2020

The instructor is definitely knowledgeable, there is zero instruction related to executing the project. On top of that, students are driven to an external website for data analysis—which happens to be registered in a sketchy country (as far as financial law and data regulation goes), Antigua—that turns out to be Mr. Zhao's personal company. Yes, it is FREE to use his site for data analysis in this class, however it's basically a free infomercial for him, and the software itself, while reasonably powerful, has a mediocre UI (can't zoom in/out, can't add text to data presentations, doesn't show labels on all data, etc.) and uses questionable data sets (e.g. #1 BBY, Best Buy, is listed as a New York company, when in fact anyone can see that it's HQ is in Minnesota, and is registered as such, e.g. #2 using Chinese economic data, when it is a known fact that there is no accurate economic data coming out of China).


Jul 08, 2020

Very Useful for beginners for getting basic knowledge of business analytics

von José A

Jul 27, 2020

Is a good course to unsderstand the basics of business intelligence.

von Shrikant P

Jul 02, 2020

Not satisfied