MSM MBA Coffee Talk #24
BIG DATA ANLYTICS FOR BUSINESS BENEFITS
In recent years, there has been an increase in Big Data-based technology due to the growth of multimedia files, the Cloud, smartphones, and social networks. While there are unprecedented amounts of data, and it is up to the organizations to take advantage of this Big Data to extract all the actionable and useful information. Traditional systems can’t analyze, process and store large amounts of unstructured data. Businesses must develop Big Data Management solutions to utilize and benefit from big data analysis. But how to organize big data ecosystem within the enterprises?
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Prof. Khaled Wahba
Prof. Khaled Wahba is the Academic Dean of Maastricht School of Management in Kuwait. He also is an adjunct faculty at a number of universities, business and technical schools located in various countries. He has dedicated his career as a freelance professional trainer and instructor with a focus on Data Analytics, Big data, Decision Making, Quantitative Research Methods, Digital Transformation, Creative Thinking, Systems Thinking and System Dynamics. His goal is to share his extensive knowledge and experience outside the academic field, targeting corporate and business clients. Individuals trained represent different sectors such as Petroleum, Cement, Pharmaceutical, Banking, Telecom, E-Business and ICT.
Prof. Khaled has developed his own portfolio of training courses that he believes are essential for any organization to understand the complexity of business and the decision making process.
Prof. Khaled served as the CEO of an IT startup company operating in Egypt and the UAE for 4 years. After which, he shifted his career path to extend his experience and knowledge in academia, to corporate and private sector clients.