Beginning Thursday, 06 April 2017 12:30
End Thursday, 06 April 2017 17:00
Location Boulevard Bischoffsheim 11, 1000, Brussels, Belgium
Event fees British Chamber members: €180.00 (incl. VAT)
Non-members: €240.00 (incl. VAT)

Nowadays data surrounds us. From (social) media to our own company systems, almost everything we do leaves a data-print. Still, very few companies succeed in tapping into this datastream and leverage it to improve their decision making. In this training we will go over the advantages of making decisions backed up by data, the common reasons why we fail to do so, and show you hands-on how you can start using your data in an easy and convenient way using available tools.

What you will learn:

  • How data and algorithms can improve our decision making
  • How you can easily and quickly tackle simple problems by yourself
  • How and what more advanced solutions might look like
  • How our brains can sometimes deceive us
  • What to look for in solution vendors to make a good decision
  • What the future will bring for data-driven management



Bernie Caessens (1975) holds a doctorate in Psychological Sciences from Ghent University (Belgium). Throughout his career he followed several post-graduate courses in statistics, machine learning and neuroscience. He has extensive modelling expertise in neural networks. During a post-doctoral stay at the University Hospital’s brain institute, he became interested in the applying scientific methods to real world problems. In 2005 he left the academic world to pursue a career in the private sector. He held several management roles in different multinational companies like Philips (Consumer Electronics) and Cochlear (Biotechnology). In 2011 Bernie joined CPM, an SME active in HR Consultancy where he specialized in strategic HR projects, combining psychometrics and business outcomes. In 2015, together with the owners of CPM, Bernie started Resolved. Resolved aims to deliver tangible business tools and insights based on people data. Resolved applies methods, tools and knowledge from psychology and artificial intelligence to a wide range of business issues.


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