Melbourne Victoria 3010
Level of study: Career Based/Vocational
There are a range of different types of analytics which, depending on their application, can produce various competitive advantages for organisations.
This Melbourne MicroCert will equip you with a sound understanding of the different types of analytics, and the skills and knowledge to apply these within various organisational functions to produce competitive advantage.
Guided by leading practitioners from the University of Melbourne’s School of Computing and Information Systems, you will learn the various impacts of analytics application within specific organisation functions, such as human resources, business processes and supply chain, and how to apply them for success. You will also explore a range of key issues that affect the use of strategic information within organisations, including ethics and big data, privacy, and identity.
Analytics and Organisational Impacts is part of the Leveraging Organisational Data Melbourne MicroCert series.
Who is it for?
This Melbourne MicroCert is ideal for mid to late-career ICT professionals seeking to advance their careers or future-proof their skillsets. It will provide you with an opportunity to advance your knowledge and gain evidence of your understanding and expertise in this area. It is also valuable for professionals in other sectors who need to improve their digital fluency.
Delivered as two modules, this Melbourne MicroCert will equip you to understand and apply different types of analytics. You will cover:
Module 1: Analytics for a fact-based decision-making culture
How analytics can support competitive advantage
The different types of analytics
Specific tasks that can use analytics within business functions.
Module 2: Organisational issues around strategic information
The impact of big data and ethics on analytics and decision making
The responsibilities regarding privacy of personal information
The concept of identity and its impact on analytics.
On completion of the course, you will be able to:
Formulate an analytics initiative for an organisation, explaining and justifying the type of analytics approach chosen
Assess the organisational issues relating to ethics, privacy and identity, and recommend strategies to mitigate risk when dealing with strategic data.
In our innovative online learning environment, you will engage with other professionals and undertake interactive and reflective activities such as webinars, peer discussions, readings and analysis of real-world examples. You will also hear from industry experts who will share valuable insights into the topic.
Fully online delivery presents a convenient way to develop your skillset, from a location that suits you.
Who will you learn from?
Over his career, he has gained significant teaching and research experience in the information security management and business analytics domains. His interests in information security management include: policy, culture, strategy, governance, risk, incident response and training, along with how analytics can be utilised in these areas. His research has been published in high-impact journals such as Decision Sciences, Computers & Security and the International Journal of Information Management.
This MicroCert is taught over four weeks (including one week for orientation and one for assessment). The total time commitment is 42 hours, consisting of approximately eight hours guided online learning, 13 hours self-guided study, and 21 hours for assessment tasks.
Pathways to further study
Analytics and Organisational Impacts can be taken as a stand-alone course, or you can complement it with any other Melbourne MicroCert in the Leveraging Organisational Data?series.
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|Tuition Fees (AUD $)||Start date||Duration||Campus|
|1,190 for the entire course||Contact institution||
Self study / online (without attendance)
The University of Melbourne
Melbourne Victoria 3010
To take this MicroCert it is recommended you have:
An undergraduate degree in any discipline and two years’ documented experience in IT-related work
At least five years’ documented experience in IT-related work.
You are encouraged to complete the Enterprise Analytics and Data Store Strategies prior to undertaking this MicroCert, but this is not a formal prerequisite.