Key Learnings from Wharton’s Business Analytics Specialization

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  1. Customer Analytics (Marketing)
  2. Operations Analytics (Operations)
  3. People Analytics (HR)
  4. Accounting Analytics (Accounting & Finance)
  5. Business Analytics Capstone
  1. Descriptive: Collect and analyze data to understand patterns and synthesize insights
  2. Predictive: Use historical data points to predict future outcomes
  3. Prescriptive: Provide a recommendation on actions needed to achieve a goal

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