The aim of the course is to present the statistical methods that are most frequently used in the company to deal with decision-making problems that affect the complex phenomena of the entire company activity. To this end, in addition to the main theoretical methodological characteristics, the conceptual and logical aspects of the methods used that justify their application to concrete cases are also presented.
EXPECTED LEARNING RESULTS:
Knowledge and understanding:
The student will have to demonstrate knowledge of multivariate statistical techniques and know how to apply them to concrete cases, in business and economic management problems.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding:
The student must demonstrate the ability to apply the main statistical techniques, through the use of the most appropriate software, for the analysis of the phenomena of interest, with particular attention to business and economic dynamics.
Autonomy of judgment:
The student will have to demonstrate that he has developed a critical capacity for the choice, among the different statistical techniques studied, of the one most suited to the proposed situational context.
The student must demonstrate to understand the topics and the proposed methodology and to be able to illustrate the contents in a clear and appropriate way and to know how to apply them in business and economic contexts.