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Interview with Maurizio Poli

Sharing an interview published recently in Analytics India Magazine, where Prof. Maurizio Poli, Program Director, Executive Program in Business Analytics at MISB Bocconi, Mumbai, India discusses the new program, the reasons behind the partnership with Jigsaw Academy, and his experiences in India thus far.

For those of you who don’t know, MISB and Jigsaw Academy recently launched an Executive Program in Business Analytics (EPBA) – Big Data Analytics for Professionals, a ten month executive program that is India’s first long-term course, blending general management, with Big Data and Business Analytics. It will begin in March 2015 and will focus on giving participants an understanding of predictive modeling, data mining, big data analytics, marketing, operations and risk analytics, among other analytics areas. On completion of the program, participants will be capable of data driven decision making and leadership in industries such as retail, finance, telecommunications, healthcare, and manufacturing, and will receive a certification from SDA Bocconi School of Management, Milan, Italy.

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