Why Strategy Is Better With Data Presented
Recorded On: 04/29/2020
In this one 60 minute session, Dr. Vequist will describe the proven impact of using data, information and trends on strategic decision making. In addition, he will discuss common types of data that most businesses should be using and how to analyze the information in order to boost the veracity of decisions. Finally, he will cover some common heuristic models to help make strategic planning easier for busy leaders. All PPAI members are encouraged to attend this session.
Dr. David Vequist
Professor, University of Incarnate Word
Dr. David Vequist is a speaker and author with more than 20 years of consulting, industry and research experience in issues surrounding the management of people, projects and tech. He is currently a tenured professor of management in the H-E-B School of Business & Administration at the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, and is the director of two research institutes focusing on patient consumerism and predictive analysis. David has been an executive of a Fortune 500 company, a consultant of a Big 4 firm, and a speaker and author. He was the inventor of the Bloomberg BusinessWeek Edge Leadership Development Program, which was used by many of the largest corporations in the world. He has been involved in researching and thought leadership projects on five continents (including work for the UN) and has been interviewed by the New York Times, AARP Magazine, Houston Chronicle, Consumers’ Digest, Reuters, Travel + Leisure Magazine, Texas CEO Magazine, Voice of America, Workforce Magazine, San Antonio Business Journal, and Texas Public Ratio.
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