kellogg emba … wrapping up stats + econ

wow, how the semester has literally flown by us.  statistics and economics finals are over. 

prof. bob weber deserves a special recognition for coming into the class barely a week after surviving a heart attack.  that man does not stop working, does he?!

the statistics course was probably the most transformative experience with numbers.  prof. weber demonstrated how managers tend to make misguided decisions based on a suboptimal understanding of core statistical concepts.  interestingly, and unlike all the previous coursework i have done in statistics… this course focused on the managerial decision making aspects of statistics instead of the mechanical gyrations of producing ‘output’.

the kellogg executive mba program continues to be a pleasant and productive journey.  if you are looking for a truly integrated and in-depth emba program, look no further …

obviously,

sai at obviousideas dot com

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