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M3341s19b Introduction

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Alan Burstein

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Transcript of M3341s19b Introduction

MGNT 3341/HUSV 3341
Fall 2018
Welcome!

This Is a True "First Day of Class" Story
ANALYZE Data
Summarize and ACT
Telling a Story: The Four A's
1.
A
sk a Question (or state a Hypothesis)
Why does anyone care?
What do you think they'll find?
Four Classes, Each with a Different Professor
105 Students present on first day of class
85 Students had not previously known the professor and returned their questionnaires
ACQUIRE Data
How does this study have practical value to
me
?
On a scale of 1 to 10, what is this study's
BSI
?
4. Summarize and
A
ct
3.
A
nalyze Data
2.
A
cquire Information
ASK a Question
Our Objectives
4. Develop your perspectives as more thoughtful, critical consumers of quantitative information.

Requirements
10% CAP
Why Burstein?
1970: B.A. Yale University
1. Gain an appreciation of the importance of statistical analysis for making decisions in both business and nonprofit environments.
2. Gain an understanding of
utilization
and
interpretation
of a basic set of statistical measures and tests as they relate to data sets found in business and nonprofit organizations.
3. Show improvement in their ability to communicate quantitative information in a clear, effective way.
30%: 2 Tests
20% Final Exam
15% Unit Quizzes
25% Application Assignments
So That's What This Class Is About;
Here's What We're Going to Do
The Basics
2001-now: Gordon College - accounting, business, finance
1985: MBA University of Chicago
1981-2001: Financial Markets and Investment Banking
1975: Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
That's really all I want to teach you about.
Think if it as a
communications
class!!
1975-81, taught at Washington University
Three Measures of Students' Perceptions:
Teaching Skill
Ability to Motivate Interest
Support of Students
If you're looking for a
MATH
class,
you've come to the
WRONG
place!
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