Moving Beyond Data Dumps

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Storytelling with Data

Dianna Cichocki

Dianna Cichocki headshot.

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Noon-1 p.m. EST

The gap between data analysis and effective communication of results keeps growing. This presentation provides an overview for how to bridge the gap by turning basic charts into a compelling story. Being able to analyze data and tell stories with the results is key to transforming data into information that can be used to drive better decision making.

About Dianna Chichoki    
Dianna Cichocki is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Management Science and Systems Department at the University at Buffalo. She teaches Statistical Decisions in Management in the School of Management's Undergraduate Program, Statistical Foundations in Analytics in the Professional MBA program, and Model Managerial Process (Data Modeling) in the Executive MBA program. In addition to teaching, she has offered workshops/presentations at the local, state and national levels concerning effective use of Microsoft Excel and best practices in data visualization. Most recent local companies include, Materion, Moog, McGard LLC, M&T Bank, New Era Cap, Fresenius Kabi USA, ABC-Amega Inc. and Rupp, Baase, Pfalzgraf, Cunningham, LLC.