In this final course you will complete a Capstone Project using data analysis to recommend a method for improving profits for your company, Watershed Property Management, Inc. Watershed is responsible for managing thousands of residential rental properties throughout the United States. Your job is to persuade Watershed’s management team to pursue a new strategy for managing its properties that will increase their profits. To do this, you will: (1) Elicit information about important variables relevant to your analysis; (2) Draw upon your new MySQL database skills to extract relevant data from a real estate database; (3) Implement data analysis in Excel to identify the best opportunities for Watershed to increase revenue and maximize profits, while managing any new risks; (4) Create a Tableau dashboard to show Watershed executives the results of a sensitivity analysis; and (5) Articulate a significant and innovative business process change for Watershed based on your data analysis, that you will recommend to company executives.
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來自INCREASING REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT PROFITS: HARNESSING DATA ANALYTICS的熱門評論
A really good way to summed it up all, but unfortunately there is not much interaction with teaching assitants, and you barely get your work reviewed.
Capstone project really helped me to execute my skills.
You will be proud of yourself when you complete this Capstone !
Great capstone course that successfully integrates all the concepts learning in the previous courses.
關於 从 Excel 到 MySQL：商业分析技术 專項課程
Formulate data questions, explore and visualize large datasets, and inform strategic decisions.
Will I receive a transcript from Duke University for completing this course?