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Tuesday, March 28 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Predictive Analytics and Data Science Panel: The Practitioners' Perspective

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Predictive Analytics and Data Science are emerging as essential business competencies. The panel will discuss how enterprises are deriving value out of data by dedicating resources to predictive analytics and data science. Topics to be discussed include how to set up a predictive analytics team, how to identify pilot projects, critical success factors for predictive analytics projects, trends and fads in technology and software, and the importance of business culture and change management.


Ravi Nath

Chair,Department of Business Intell&Ana, Creighton University


Kelly Burdine

Data Analyst Lead, Hudl
Kelly Burdine is the Data Analyst Lead at Hudl, a Lincoln based company that builds video sharing and analytics software for sports teams and athletes. Kelly’s team helps leaders at Hudl make better decisions by using analytics to gain insight from more than 10 petabytes of data... Read More →
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Branden Collingsworth

Predictive Analytics, HDR
Branden Collingsworth has worked a data scientist his entire career, helping to establish predictive analytics teams at three different Omaha companies, including a fortune 500 company and a start-up. He has worked on Predictive Analytics teams in IT as part of Business Intelligence... Read More →
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Michael Hemenway

Director Decision Support Center, Union Pacific Railroad
Michael Hemenway is the Director of the Decision Support Center at Union Pacific Railroad. His area is responsible for advancing organizational excellence by empowering decision makers with reliable human capital data, comprehensive knowledge, and predictive Insight. He has held positions... Read More →

Tuesday March 28, 2017 3:15pm - 4:00pm PDT
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