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Joahna Kuiper


Degree:

Diploma in Artificial Intelligence for Business

Location:

United States

Industry:

Technology Consulting

Year:

2017

Joahna is a Business Architect, who focuses on experience-driven technology solutions that deliver stakeholder value, and currently works for IBM in Business Transformation Services. She has lived all over the United States and presently resides in Michigan where her COVID bubble includes a new kitten. She is pursuing post-graduate study in the subject of Artificial Intelligence.

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Posted by: on March 12, 2021

A Very Different Return to Oxford

Two things are important to know in the context of this blog. The first is that I am a lead facilitator and consultant. It is my very profession to engage with groups of people to extract information from them, or provide information to them. My work is often executed through design thinking workshops and other […]

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Posted by: on June 2, 2017

The Lull Between Modules

Lull… If it is, it really shouldn’t be. But, we work a lot don’t we, the type of student who attends a part-time graduate program? And if you are worried for yourself that work and life will get in the way of studying – I can nearly promise you it most certainly will. Being overwhelmed […]

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Posted by: on May 2, 2017

Our First Exam

Well, we did it! Wednesday morning was our first “final” exam at Oxford (yes, I know “first” and “final” sounds like a contradiction, I’ll explain in a minute). As you may know, examination here is a VERY different experience from most any other exams experience anywhere else… First, I offer the actual, non-emotional description of […]

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Posted by: on March 16, 2017

From the classroom

I am not the best planner. I probably shouldn’t start a post with that level of honesty, but I say so in the hope that you will relate if you also lack typical adult-level planning skills… That said, perhaps you won’t be surprised when I say, I wasn’t looking for a specific degree when I […]

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