To demonstrate scorecard design and development techniques, to meet today’s business objectives, for analysts and managers involved in scorecard building.
- How to define and acquire the scorecard development sample
- The basic algorithms for scorecard construction
- The techniques for ‘reject inference’
- The methodologies for building multiple scorecards and small sample scorecards
- The practical steps involved in scorecard building project management
At the end of this three-day seminar, delegates will:
- Have the practical skills for building effective scorecard
- Know how to define parameters for building scorecards to reflect business goals
- Be able to actively manage a scorecard development project
- Understand problems regularly faced by developers and have solutions to these issues
- Appreciate that key development decisions rely on experience and business judgement, as much as being able to apply the relevant statistical techniques
Who should attend
Analysts and technical managers:
- Responsible for scorecard building - in-house or with external scorecard developers
- Wishing to build credit risk or marketing orientated scorecards
- With some practical scorecard building experience
- With some formal training in statistics ideally to ‘A’ level standard
Format and materials
Formal presentations with practical exercises and whole group discussion
Break-out discussion and feedback groups
Seminar manual, including bibliography of reference sources, to take away
3 days - available as an open or in-house seminar
Running this seminar in-house
We can offer this seminar at a date to suit you. It can also be tailored to suit your exact audience by selecting modules from other seminars - see the custom planner for options.
In-house seminars are generally more cost effective than registering for open seminar places, where you have more than 6 delegates wishing to attend.
Choosing to attend the open seminar
All open seminars are held at the top class Marriott Royal Hotel, Bristol, BS1 5TA, UK. Click for next dates.
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