AmCham Advanced Learning Lab Seminar
Does this happen to you?
You’re preparing your business update and because you track a lot of data, you hesitate: should you use a table or a chart? And if a chart, which type of chart for so much data? And how do you create and design the chart? If this sounds familiar, then this seminar is for you.
You will learn how to select the best visualization for each type of data and reporting period. You will also learn guidelines to design charts that are easy to understand for your audience. And you will get access to videos and slide templates to help you create the charts using Excel and PowerPoint. So you start with your performance data and end with the right chart that will help you communicate your results easily to the leadership team.
- How to show performance versus targets insightfully
- Selecting the data that answers relevant performance questions
- Deciding which metrics to use: absolute value, variation, cumulative
- Using efficient graphs for different purposes, audiences and reporting cycles
- Designing the graphs to increase focus and readability
- Access to online training videos and PowerPoint slide templates
- Q&A with the speaker
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Katia Santome, an expert in information design and data visualization, has spent more than eleven years helping managers and executives in pharmaceutical companies, as well as physicians in Taiwan, visualize complex ideas and information. Some of Katia’s current engagements include members of the management team in Taiwan and physicians at hospitals in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore.
This seminar is MEMBER EXCLUSIVE and on a first-come-first-served basis, a maximum of 30 persons. The maximum number of registrants per company is 2. If you wish to register more than 2 participants, please contact the AmCham Taipei office.
Contact Person: Joyce Pan (02) 2718-8226 ext. 211 / [email protected]
The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) has announced the Fall-Winter COVID-19 Prevention Program, which mandates that masks must be worn in eight types of public venues starting from Dec. 1. This includes healthcare facilities, public transportation, places of consumption, learning places, sports and exhibition venues, entertainment venues, places of worship, and offices and business venues.
In accordance with the new policy and to safeguard everyone’s health, AmCham Taipei requests that all guests keep their masks on at all times during events, except when eating or drinking.
Your understanding and cooperation will be highly appreciated. We look forward to seeing you at our future events!