By the end of 2019, it is clear that American Airlines (AAL), the world’s largest airline group and a SP500 company, is in trouble. With the growth rate of its stock price ranked at the bottom of all major US airlines and going in the opposite direction from the SP500 index, AAL needs to find out what is going on, and how to turn the company and its stock price around.
This course is part of the Supply Chain Analytics Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Industry analysis: the market potential, risk and competition intensity, value chain analysis.
Competition positioning: where does the company stand in the competitive landscape? Abnormalities and alarms.
Enterprise diagnosis: competitive strengths and weaknesses, performance drivers and levers, the key problems and causes.
Skills you will gain
- Management Consulting
- Data Analysis
- Business Intelligence
- Competitive Analysis
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
- 5 stars68.61%
- 4 stars15.95%
- 3 stars6.38%
- 2 stars3.72%
- 1 star5.31%
TOP REVIEWS FROM BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS
The course was simple and easy to understand, especially for people with no actual business background. Perfectly suitable for people looking out to change professional domain.
For the first time I've learned how strategy is quantified and determined.
Excellent course with many useful business insights
I have learned a lot in this course about looking for particular data and how to analyze the same. This course provides the required perspective to analyze varous company data.
About the Supply Chain Analytics Specialization
Frequently Asked Questions
When will I have access to the lectures and assignments?
What will I get if I subscribe to this Specialization?
Is financial aid available?
More questions? Visit the Learner Help Center.