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Customer AnalyticsStrategic ManagementData AnalysisBusiness Analytics
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Module 1: Capstone Project Topic - The Problem of Adblocking

The Business Analytics Specialization was designed to help you learn how to think about using data in making big (and small) business decisions. In this Capstone project, you'll be asked to create a strategy for a fictional digital search engine and content provider, GoYaFace, Inc. (often abbreviated as “GYF”). The strategy will be used in responding to the increasing popularity and availability of “adblocking” software, which could have significant negative repercussions for GYF’s business. You are to assume the role of the leader of the Digital Advertising Tactics and Action (“DATA”) Team at GYF, which has been assigned the job of formulating GYF’s strategy in responding to the threat of adblocking. Your task is to develop a strategy that will be recommended to GYF’s senior leadership. Using what you've learned about business analytics, you'll (i) create a detailed problem statement focusing on GYF’s ad-buying customers (Module 2), (ii) develop a strategy (Module 3), (iii) describe the anticipated effects of the strategy (Module 4), and (iv) form a plan for measuring the effects of your strategy (Module 4). You'll then put these four pieces together into a final project (Module 5). First, please read the full description of the project in the “Project Description” link below, and then look at the background information about adblockers and the “GYF Company Profile” link in the content for Module 1. When you are ready to begin the first assignment, please move on to Module 2: Defining the Problem....
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Reading6 leituras
Start Here! Project Description: Business Analytics Capstone10min
GYF Company Profile10min
The Importance of Mobile Advertising10min
Further Exploration into Online Advertising Response Models10min
How Internet Ads Work10min
Project Template10min
Horas para completar
4 horas para concluir

Module 2: Defining the Problem

In Module 2, you'll define the problem adblockers poses for GYF. GYF is intended to be a composite of leading internet platform and content providers who derive substantial revenues from mobile advertising like Google, Yahoo, and Facebook, so you should frame your research around the real-world problems these companies have faced and are facing. Defining the problem thoroughly will have a direct impact on how successful your strategy will be received by your peers. The more deeply you consider the effects of adblockers on the companies that buy advertising space from GYF, the more appropriate your overall strategy is likely to be. Please use the resources below to find out more about the problem, and then create your Problem Statement and submit it for peer review below. You can and should draw from all of the Business Analytics Specialization courses, but your Problem Statement should focus on how adblockers might adversely affect GYF’s relationship with the companies that pay GYF to place advertisements on GYF’s mobile applications and content. You should consider the issue of causality in your Problem Statement - we've included some lectures from the underlying courses to refresh you on that topci. And you are strongly encouraged to complete and include a response to Application Exercise 1 (see link below) as part of your Problem Statement....
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8 vídeos (total de (Total 53 mín.) min), 5 leituras, 1 teste
Video8 videos
Descriptive Data Collection (Customer Analytics)6min
Passive Data Collection (Customer Analytics)4min
Beyond Period 2 (Customer Analytics)10min
Causality 1 (People Analytics)5min
Causality 2 (People Analytics)6min
Reverse Causality (People Analytics)4min
Causal Data Collection and Summary (Customer Analytics)8min
Reading5 leituras
Definition of the Adblocking Problem10min
Whiting Out the Ads, but at What Cost?10min
Apple's Support of Adblocking10min
Why Adblockers Are Spurring a New Technology Arms Race10min
Application Exercise 1 – Recommending Customer Analytics Research Methods to Explore Your Problem10min
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2
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4 horas para concluir

Module 3: Your Strategy

In Module 3, you will focus on creating your recommended strategy for GYF to address adblockers. Your strategy does not have to be lengthy, but it must be clear, and it must address the problem. (Hint: if you have a clearly defined problem, your strategy is much more likely to be clearly defined as well). You'll be submitting your strategy for peer review, and then also reviewing the work of at least 3 of your peers. It's OK if reviewing the strategies of other learners in this course gives you further ideas for revising your own strategy. One of the primary benefits of peer review is to expand the range of feedback you can get, and we designed this Module around peer review so that you can get as much feedback as possible before moving on to the next phase of the project. You may find the resources and lectures below helpful in formulating your strategy and considering how data can be leveraged and appropriately understood. You are strongly encouraged to complete and include your response to Application Exercise 2 as part of your Strategy. ...
Reading
7 vídeos (total de (Total 56 mín.) min), 3 leituras, 1 teste
Video7 videos
Finding Persistence: Regression to the Mean (People Analytics)11min
Extrapolating from Small Samples (People Analytics)5min
The Wisdom of Crowds: Signal Independence (People Analytics)5min
Process vs. Outcome (People Analytics)7min
Hiring 1 (People Analytics)8min
Hiring 2 (People Analytics)9min
Reading3 leituras
Does Your Strategy Need a Strategy?10min
How Advertisers Can Beat Adblockers10min
Application Exercise 2 - Using People Analytics Methods to Hire a Leader to Implement Your Strategy10min
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3
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6 horas para concluir

Module 4: Effects of Your Strategy/Measuring these Effects

Module 4 was designed to give you the opportunity to focus on the effects of your strategy. Effects and Measurement can be often overlooked in strategy development; creating a thoughtful and thorough plan for measuring the effects will improve your final project tremendously. In this part of the project, you will describe two events: what you think will happen and how you will measure it. Look to the courses in the Business Analytics Specialization to see what kind of data companies use to measure effects to create a measurement plan of your own. You are strongly encouraged to complete and include your responses to Application Exercises 3 and 4 as part of your Effects and Measurement components. You may create a scenario (Operations Analytics) to predict some of the intended effects of your strategy, either following the outline of Application Exercise 3, or of your own design. Once you submit your own plan for effects and measurement, please review the work of at least three of your peers. You may find new ideas, or new ways of looking at data and measurement from this exercise. We encourage you to incorporate what you've learned into your final submission!...
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8 vídeos (total de (Total 182 mín.) min), 4 leituras, 1 teste
Video8 videos
How to Build an Optimization Model (Operations Analytics)16min
Optimizing with Solver (Operations Analytics)31min
Simulating Uncertain Outcomes in Excel (Operations Analytics)24min
Decision Trees (Operations Analytics)26min
Linking Non-financial Metrics to Financial Performance: Overview (Accounting Analytics)14min
Steps to Linking Non-financial Metrics to Financial Performance (Accounting Analytics)16min
Incorporating Analysis Results in Financial Models (Accounting Analytics)14min
Reading4 leituras
Resources for Thinking About Effects and Outcomes10min
Application Exercise 3 - Using Operations Analytics Methods to Understand the Allocation of Scarce Resources in Pursuing a Strategy10min
Application Exercise 3 Spreadsheet10min
Application Exercise 4 - Using Accounting Analytics Methods to Measure the Key Drivers of Your Proposed Strategy10min
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4
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3 horas para concluir

Module 5: Final Project Submission

In this final Module, you will combine the four revised elements of your presentation (Problem Statement, Strategy, Effects, and Measurement, including any responses to the Application Exercises you've completed) into one presentation and submit it for peer review. You'll then be asked to review the work of at least three of your peers. Once you have gotten feedback on your plan, you may use it as an example of strategic thinking at your current job, or as a work sample when you are applying for a new one. A successful strategic analysis which describes the use of data-driven decision making will make you much more marketable in almost any field. Good luck!...
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3 vídeos (total de (Total 38 mín.) min), 1 teste
Video3 videos
Radically New Data Sets in Marketing (Customer Analytics)7min
Analytics Applied: Kohl's, Netflix, AmEx and more (Customer Analytics)18min
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por CJJan 26th 2017

I took this together with 4 other modules in the Business Analytics Specialisation. I like the case study in which I am able to apply what I learn to real world issues.

por JASep 25th 2016

Great course! Very well structured and easy to follow. Videos always went into the subject matter in depth and explained the core concepts.

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