Master business intelligence and decision making best practices of Fortune 500 firms taught by globally-renowned expert.
1hr 45min of on-demand video.
- You need to trust best practices from Fortune 500 companies and behavioral science-based findings over outdated advice such as “go with your gut” in order to seize a competitive advantage in your business intelligence and decision making
- You need to be committed to doing the exercises in the course textbook materials packet, since just watching the videos and reading the articles will not be enough to make the dramatic improvement you want for your business intelligence and decision making
Your business intelligence and decision making skills will determine whether you thrive in our increasingly-disrupted future.
Yet traditional advice to “go with your gut” in business intelligence and decision making so often leads to disasters, as revealed by research in behavioral economics, psychology, and cognitive neuroscience. So how do the leaders of Fortune 500 companies gather the business intelligence to make the right calls on even the toughest decisions?
They recognize that behavioral science has revealed that our typical approach to business intelligence and decision making suffers from systematic dangerous judgment errors called cognitive biases. These mental blindspots often lead us into business intelligence disasters. Fortunately, recent scholarship has revealed effective yet counterintuitive strategies to enable you to defeat these cognitive biases. In this course, you will learn about and address these dangerous judgment errors, while mastering techniques for business intelligence and decision making drawing on cutting-edge behavioral science and real-world best practices from Fortune 500 companies.
After taking this course, you will:
· Master the best practices in business intelligence and decision making used by Fortune 500 firms to seize competitive advantage
· Feel truly confident about whether you made the right call in managing business intelligence to make your decisions
· Develop a plan with specific next steps to adapt for yourself the best practices used by Fortune 500 companies for business intelligence and decision making
· Discover the dangerous judgment errors called cognitive biases that lead to business intelligence disasters & how Fortune 500 firms defeat them via science
· Free yourself of constant ruminations, numerous grey zones, and mental blindspots that plague typical business intelligence and decision making challenges
Sounds too good to be true? These methods were successfully used by Aflac, Applied Materials, Entergy, Honda, IBM, Reckitt, Wells Fargo, and Xerox to dramatically improve the skills of their top executives, senior VPs, middle managers, and lower-level supervisors in business intelligence and decision making. Over the last two decades, I trained the leaders at these Fortune 500 companies, as well as at numerous middle-market companies and quickly-growing startups as the CEO of the boutique future-proofing consultancy Disaster Avoidance Experts. The secrets used by these companies will be revealed in this course.
Here’s a recent testimonial from John Elnitsky, the head of the nuclear division of Entergy, a company ranked #299 by Fortune, speaking about the impact of my training on the leaders of the nuclear industry:
· “We at Entergy hired Dr. Gleb as the opening keynote speaker to set the tone for the annual nuclear utility industry conference, hoping he would give a wake-up call about the threats and risks facing us and what steps we can take to prepare. Well, what he delivered exceeded our expectations. His keynote was the talk of the conference, widely described by attendees as giving the nuclear industry ‘the kick in the pants we needed to jump-start critically important initiatives to address the threats he outlined.’ Thank you Dr. Gleb!”
Here’s a recent testimonial from Harish Phadke, the Business Manager for the head of the North American Health division at Reckitt, a company ranked #326 by Fortune, about the impact of my training on the Reckitt North American Health Leadership Team:
· “Dr. Gleb Tsipursky provided a truly outstanding virtual training on unconscious bias and future-proofing via emotional and social intelligence for the Reckitt North American Health Leadership Team. Exceeding our expectations, Dr Gleb customized his groundbreaking, behavioral science-driven training content to integrate our initiatives, policies, and case studies at Reckitt, expertly targeting our evolving needs. We are delighted to have met Dr. Gleb, and look forward to future opportunities to keep working with him on a training series for the organization. I highly recommend him for anyone who wants to get a rapid grasp of highly relevant topics which influence human behavior in the prevailing challenging times.”
Besides such real-world, pragmatic expertise, I have a strong academic background as a behavioral scientist studying decision making, business intelligence, and related fields. I spent 8 years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, first getting a PhD in the History of Behavioral Science and then serving as a lecturer there. Then, I spent 7 years as a professor at the Ohio State University, where I published dozens of peer-reviewed articles on this topic in high-quality academic journals such as Behavior and Social Issues and Journal of Social and Political Psychology. Thus, this course is thoroughly informed by cutting-edge research.
This combination of business and science led to my expertise gaining global recognition. I published over 550 articles and gave over 450 interviews for prominent venues, such as Fortune, USA Today, CNBC, Fast Company, CBS News, Business Insider, Inc. Magazine, and Time.
My expertise is also featured in my 7 best-selling books, including global best-sellers Never Go With Your Gut: How Pioneering Leaders Make the Best Decisions and Avoid Business Disasters (Career Press, 2019)and The Blindspots Between Us: How to Overcome Unconscious Cognitive Bias and Build Better Relationships (New Harbinger, 2020). Further attesting to my global renown, my work was translated into Chinese, German, Russian, Korean, Polish, and other languages.
That’s what you can expect in this course: methods used successfully at even the biggest companies to seize competitive advantage, thoroughly informed by cutting-edge research, and featured in top media venues and best-selling books around the globe. The course features 8 sections with videos, articles, and assignments from the course materials textbook packet:
1) Discover the structure of our minds and why typical advice on business intelligence and decision making, such as “go with your gut,” so often results in disasters, and how to use science-based methods and Fortune 500 best practices to get the best outcomes
2) Take the “Assessment on Dangerous Judgment Errors in the Workplace,” to help you learn about which decision making cognitive biases are most problematic for you and your team in business intelligence
3) Master a technique to manage business intelligence in making quick and effective decisions on any choices where you just need a “good enough” answer
4) Master a technique to manage business intelligence in making major decisions where you or your team wants the best answer possible, rather than settling for “good enough”
5) Master a technique to manage business intelligence in making complex decisions with a number of different options that each have certain strengths and weaknesses
6) Master a technique to manage business intelligence for avoiding failures and maximizing success when implementing major and/or complex decisions
7) Master a technique to manage business intelligence in future-proofing your strategic decision making and strategic planning
8) Tying these all together, the last module will help you develop the mental habits to notice and address cognitive biases and recognize when and how you should deploy all the techniques you’ve learned earlier to manage business intelligence and make the best decisions
So why should you take my course rather than someone else’s alternative Udemy course? Simply because this course provides unparalleled value. No one else on Udemy comes even close to my level of credibility in the course topic:
· As a trainer for Fortune 500 companies
· As a behavioral scientist
· As a best-selling author
· As a globally-renowned thought leader
So if you want an alternative course that doesn’t offer top value and expertise, take someone else’s class. If you want the best, take this course.
Here’s another reason to register now. Once you register, you’ll get access to the core textbook course materials packet. The packet consists of my best-selling book, my assessment on dangerous judgment errors, 4 manuals on techniques for business intelligence and decision making, and 6 decision aids, all of which sell for over $40 combined. Fortune 500 companies buy this packet for their leadership teams to help them seize competitive advantage in their business intelligence and decision making: you’re getting what they are getting.
Your registration is risk-free: you’ll have 30 days to assess the course and get your money back if you think it’s not the right decision. See the Udemy terms and conditions for more.
I look forward to welcoming you into the world of evidence-based, science-driven techniques tested in the real world of many Fortune 500 companies and numerous middle-market companies and startups. To ensure that you master the secrets of Fortune 500 companies to help yourself seize competitive advantage in business intelligence and decision making, register now!
Who this course is for:
- Current and aspiring leaders (executives, managers, supervisors, intrapreneurs, and entrepreneurs) who want to dramatically improve their skills in business intelligence and decision making will get the most benefit from this course, as case studies and examples are best suited to their needs
- Everyone else who wants to improve their business intelligence and decision making by learning the methods used by Fortune 500 companies will also benefit from this course, even if the case studies and examples will be less relevant to them