On-Demand Webinar

How to equip students with strong analytical skills

Incorporating data literacy into a curriculum is an opportunity for higher education to make an impact on students as they prepare to enter the workforce. Being able to generate value from data requires many different skills. In the Big Data Analytics program at IE Business School, one of the top business schools in the world, the aim is to cover the majority of these skills.

In this 45-minute webinar, Professor Josep Curto will share how he:

  • Prepares his course curriculum and defines learning objectives
  • Gives students the skills to identify and use data relevant to their field of study and the world around them
  • Uses Tableau to teach business intelligence and data warehouse principles rather than spending hours learning the software
The webinar will highlight several aspects of Tableau that make it a useful tool for teaching students the power of data. Professor Curto will explain, by using some concrete examples, why he selected Tableau as one of the tools for supporting the learning process.

About the speaker


Josep Curto Díaz

Associate Professor - IE Business School, Madrid

Josep Curto is a renowned research analyst and professor who has helped many companies to leverage decision-making based on data. He believes that the combination of data, models, technology and experience is the ultimate competitive advantage for every organization. His research is focused on Big Data, Business Analytics and Business Intelligence and how companies can use these strategies to create competitive advantages based on data. Since 2014 he works at Delfos Research. He is associated professor at IE Business School, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), U-tad, Instituto de Estudios Bursátiles (IEB), EOI, Kschool and MBIT where he shares his experience and knowledge about data strategies. He authored several books about Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse and Customer Analytics.

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