Join Georgetown EMBA Professor Dr. Bardia Kamrad for a Sample Lecture on "An Introduction to Decision Analytics" on Thursday, December 7th. One of the first classes you will take as an Executive MBA student at Georgetown McDonough is Decision Analytics, and understanding the use of analytics in everyday business processes is as important as ever. During this session, we will examine the relationship between the price of McDonald's Big Mac hamburgers around the world on net hourly wages of workers. Looking deeper into this relationship, how can we use predictive modeling to set hourly wages given a specific price of a Big Mac?
Discover first-hand what you can expect to learn from Georgetown’s Executive MBA program. As an attendee of this event, you will receive an application fee waiver.*
Professor Bardia Kamrad is the Senior Associate Dean of Special Projects, Professor of Operations, and Academic Director for the Executive Masters in Leadership in Qatar. Professor Kamrad also teaches Decision Analytics to our first-year EMBA students and has been teaching at Georgetown McDonough for over 30 years. He also recently served as the Academic Director for the EMBA program. Professor Kamrad's primary research interest focuses on risk management and decision making problems in the face of uncertainty.
The Georgetown EMBA is designed to allow mid to senior level working professionals to earn an advanced business degree without interrupting their careers. Classes are held on campus once per month from Friday morning to early Sunday afternoon and once per month on Saturday in a synchronous online format. Additionally, there are two international and three domestic week-long residencies which immerse students in real-world business projects. You can expect to be challenged by our EMBA curriculum, supported by our community, and transformed by an experience that will prepare you to lead your organization through the complex issues facing business now and into the future.
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