Tony Quinlan

Exploring SenseMaker® analysis – a unique workshop and conversation

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In the next couple of weeks, we’ll be announcing the training schedule for the first half of 2016, including Cynefin and Sense-Making courses in Australia, USA and Europe; SenseMaker courses in Europe, North America and Africa.  In the meantime, there’s still time to register for the last CSM courses of 2015 in London on 30th November-3rd December – book here for one of the remaining two spaces on each day:

Advanced Analysis of SenseMaker® data – workshop

In addition, we have one more course we’ve decided to run in response to people’s requests – a 1.5-day in-depth exploration of how to analyse SenseMaker® data using an integrated approach – Explorer, Tableau, and other statistical methods and tools.  Zhen Goh, Cognitive Edge’s in-house analysis expert, will be running the course near London on Tuesday 8th-Wednesday 9th December, assisted by Michael Cheveldave and Tony Quinlan.

The workshop will be near Luton Airport for easy access on budget flights and trains from London/North East, running 1300-1700 on Tuesday 8th December and 0900-1630 on Wednesday 9th December.

The course will assume a substantial knowledge of SenseMaker® concepts and project expertise – we recommend that this course is best for practitioners who have already run projects and are looking to see how they can improve their analysis on future projects.

Cost for the 1.5 day workshop will be £500, but for Premium members there’s a substantial discount available.

To book, details are here:

Advanced Analysis workshop, 8-9 December, Luton Airport