Joel Shapiro, JD, PhD, is clinical associate professor of data analytics and academic director of executive education at Kellogg.
Joel is an expert on helping business leaders and organizations generate business value by building and scaling enterprise-wide analytics strategies that achieve important business goals. With a laser focus on building real and lasting business value, Joel helps organizations match ensure smart analytics investment and sustainable success.
Joel teaches Kelloggâ€™s experiential class Analytical Consulting Lab, an advanced analytics elective in Kelloggâ€™s MBA program, and hundreds of executive education students each year. His work has been featured globally via regular keynote addresses and thought-leader authorship top business publications. Joel is also a recognized expert in the creation and management of online learning programs and the impact of new methods of teaching and learning on traditional models of higher education.
Joel holds a PhD in policy analysis from the Pardee RAND Graduate School in Santa Monica, CA, a JD from Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, IL, and a BS in physics from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.
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Analytical Consulting Lab is an experiential course for students interested in applying their analytics skills to help real clients use real data to solve real problems. Projects will include a range of sophistication of analytic techniques - some might call for advanced statistical modeling and machine learning techniques, while others may focus less on analysis of data and more on helping a client craft an appropriate analytics strategy. Projects are pre-approved by faculty, and will touch many industries and aspects of business management.
Note: This course may not be dropped after the first week of the quarter. By application only.