Complete Parts A to C below by the due date.
Consider the rubric at the end of the assignment for guidance on structure and content.
Part A: Case Study Analysis (700 words, 10 marks)
Instructions: Read the following two case studies. For each case study, briefly describe:
Part B: The Role of Analytics in Solving Business Problems (500 words, 8 marks)
Instructions: Describe two different types of analytics (from Workshop 1) and evaluate how each could be used as part of a solution to a business problem with reference to ONE real-world case study of your own choosing for one type of analytics and a SECOND real-world case study of your choosing for the second type of analytics.
You will need to conduct independent research and consult resources provided in the subject.
Part C: Developing and Sourcing Analytics Capabilities (800 words, 12 marks)
Instructions: You are the Chief Analytics Officer for a large multinational corporation in the communications sector with operations that span India, China, the Philippines and Australia.
The organization is undergoing significant transformations; it is scaling back operations in existing low revenue segments and ramping up investments in next generation products and services - 5G, cloud computing and Software as a Service (SaaS).
The business is keen to develop its data and analytics capabilities. This includes using technology for product innovation and for developing a large contingent of knowledge workers.
To prepare management for these changes, you have been asked review Accenture’s report (see link below) and publish a short report of your own that addresses the following key points:
To help you draft this report, you should review the following working paper from Accenture:
The report is prepared for senior management and the board of directors. It must reflect the needs of your organization and the sector you operate in (communications).
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