STATISTICS IN BUSINESS 2 Statistics in Business Statistics refers to the use of numerical information in everyday life to calculate facts and figures in limitless circumstances such as, batting averages, market share, and changes in the stock market. In addition, statistics refers to the scientific collecting, classifying, summarizing, organizing, analyzing, and interpreting numerical data. Statistics involves describing data sets and drawing conclusions based on sampling about the data sets (McClave, Benson & Sincich, 2011). Statistics are divided into two areas: descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Descriptive statistics are procedures used to describe and organize the basic characteristics of the data studied. Descriptive statistics provide simple summaries about the sample group and the measures. This application of statistics is used to present quantitative data in manageable forms such as charts, graphs, or averages. Descriptive statistics differ from inferential statistics in that they
CMGT 445 Week 3 Individual Implementation Plan
Create an implementation plan for your organization, one of the Virtual Organizations, or a project from the websites such as challenge.gov or a state RFP site.
Obtain instructor approval of the plan before beginning.
Include the following:
· Business strategies for implementation
· Both technology- and human-based safeguards used for information systems
· Information comparing security requirements of out-sourcing and in-sourcing
· Comparison of technical, user, and system training documentation
· Timelines and the need for their accuracy
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Student NameCMGT/445Date Instructor NameResource University of Phoenix Material Implementation Plan TemplateCreate an implementation plan for your organization, one of the Virtual Organizations, or a project from the websites such as challenge.gov or a state RFP site. Obtain instructor approval of the plan before beginning. Include the followingBusiness strategies for implementationBoth technology- and human-based safeguar
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