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How to Present Data for Improved Decision Making

  • Tuesday, November 01, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
  • Zoom
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 ISPI SoCal Presents

How to Present Data for Improved Decision Making

Veronika Shestakova

Organizations want to be more data-driven; however, not everyone is skilled in interpreting the results. In this session, you can learn:

  • Communicating data to guide good decisions
  • How statistics and graphs can be misleading
  • Tips on how to present data effectively
Please join Veronika and share in the exchange.

    Session Description

    Businesses use information from surveys and other sources every day to make critical business decisions. But sometimes data can be deceiving. In this session we will discuss the common sources of misleading statistics, so you’re prepared to avoid faulty data in your organization.

    This session describes ways to display and communicate data to clients, so they better comprehend the significance and implications of their decisions. Not everyone is comfortable reading and interpreting data. Not everyone fully understands the statistical significance. As performance improvement professionals we can present our findings and recommendations in ways that guide our clients in making better, more informed decisions. You will see three techniques for presenting data that you can adapt to your situation.

    About the Speaker

    Veronika Shestakova, MS in Finance specializes in Risk Management.  Veronika Shestakova is a practice leader at the Hale Center.  Veronika has worked with Eurex Exchange and HSBC Bank.  She is experienced in research, statistical analysis, risk management, and modeling, including Machine Learning models. 

    Areas of research include Artificial Intelligence (AI), biases in AI, and Macroeconomic trend analysis.

    She has presented at ISPI’s International Annual Conferences on the Hidden Cost of Automation (AI) on Critical Thinking, the Hidden Cost of Ignorance, and Biases in Artificial Intelligence.  She has published articles in Training, PerformanceXpress, and the Performance Improvement Journal on the gig economy and macroeconomic trends.

    Veronika is a Certified Performance Technologist.  She is an Associate Editor for the Performance Improvement Journal and a member of the ISPI CPT Credential Committee.

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