Despite access to extensive volumes of information, organizations risk poor decision-making if that information is misapplied. To become effective at solving problems, we need to know how to identify and define a problem. In this course you'll apply common models of logic and analysis to identify root causes in business scenarios using quantitative and qualitative information.
Note: UofL students who wish to take this course for credit must register through the Bridge.
Learner OutcomesParticipants will apply analytical tools to assess the quality of reasoning underlying business thinking. They will learn the skills required for problem framing and understand how to reframe business problems.
This seminar combines two, half-day, in-person sessions and high quality online modules to ensure engagement and active learning. Learners will include Dhillon School of Business students, working professionals and community members for a diverse and dynamic experience. Participants will meet in person on Saturday, March 4th and Saturday, March 25th from 12:00 pm - 2:45 pm. All other learning activity will be completed virtually.
For more information about the Insight Series, please visit Insight Series | University of Lethbridge (ulethbridge.ca)