Dr. Francia Henry talks about the value of using information to improve organizations
“The importance of managing and understanding the data used to make decisions is critical for leaders in organizations,” said Dr. Francia d. Henry said in an interview. La Estrella de Panama.
The course Henry will teach on January 28 and 29 is on ‘Organisational Leadership’, which is part of UH’s ‘Project Management’ master’s degree at its Latin America headquarters in the City of Knowledge.
In the course they will address four topics: problem solving, change management, cultural development and leadership styles.
In April 2022, the University of Harrisburg, a home of higher education specialized in STEM careers, an acronym in English for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, will offer its master’s degrees in data analytics, cyber security and project management in Panama.
“There is enormous value in using data to make decisions that serve to improve many different areas,”
Doctor. france henry
Professora de Harrisburg University of Science and Technology (UH).
“There is enormous value in using data to make decisions to improve in many different areas. For example, in business and education it is about anticipating the evolution of people’s needs. What the public wants By estimating this, it is possible to plan better and create public policies that benefit sensitive areas such as education, infrastructure, funding, health, etc. With the collection of data, it is possible to predict where the population growing and adopt measures in favor of society”, said Dr. Henry.
The legal and political affairs expert commented that in his experience “with the police, data collection was about reducing crime. Checking where crimes were happening, particularly preventable ones. With this we have tremendous Succeeded, as we saw many robberies in a commercial or residential area, rounds were ordered in multiple shifts to assess what was happening in the environment and prevent what was happening there.
Dr. Henry entered the United States military service at the age of 17, where he served in the army for nearly 13 years and served two combat tours. During his military experience, he completed his higher education in criminal justice, until obtaining his doctorate.
Later, he entered the ranks of the police, where he served for nearly 20 years, retiring as a chief of the Pennsylvania Police.