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Tuesday, March 28
 

9:45am

Business Process Management Tips & Tools
Business Process Management and surrounding concepts such as Business Process Modeling Notation, RACI responsibility matrix and others are key factors in successful business and IT organizations. Understand the reasons why you should prioritize a continuous improvement program, where your organization will benefit, the critical success factors, approaches to adopt and pitfalls to avoid. Scott will provide relatable scenarios, tips & tools, real-world lessons learned and compelling case studies.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Armstrong

Scott Armstrong

Owner & Managing Partner, Interfacing Technologies Corporation
Scott ArmstrongScott is an entrepreneur at heart with a passion for technology. As the Managing Partner of Interfacing Technologies and the driving force behind the Enterprise Process Center®, a Gartner® recognized global leading software for enterprise business process analysis... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 9:45am - 10:30am
Dapper II

9:45am

Enabling Innovation through Integrating Agile and Software Development Best Practices
There has been a lot of focus on agile practices as a means for increasing productivity of development teams. As companies consider software innovation initiatives, it will be critical that these methods are adopted within those efforts. However, agile methodologies by themselves will not create the efficiency and productivity that companies should expect from their innovation teams. At Don't Panic Labs, we have spent years working on new product development and have achieved success through recognizing that agile processes are just a part of a larger product development culture that also includes the integration of software design and development best practices. In the talk I will discuss how we have integrated these best practices and discuss lessons learned and benefits.

Speakers
avatar for Doug Durham

Doug Durham

CEO, Don't Panic Labs
Doug Durham is the CTO of Don’t Panic Labs, which helps companies innovate through the design and development of software technologies. He is also the co-founder of Nebraska Global, DPL’s parent company, known as a pioneer in the startup landscape in Nebraska.Doug has nearly 30... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 9:45am - 10:30am
Windsor 9-10

9:45am

IoT + DDoS = Disruptive (Business + Cyber) Risk!
Gartner estimates there are about 6.4 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices today, such as DVRs, surveillance cameras, and many others, all connected to the Web and all with Internet (IP) addresses. By 2020, it is expected that the number of Web-connected devices will increase to 20.8 billion.

So why are these numbers relevant to cyber-security? An IoT fact is that these devices were not designed or developed with security at their core. Further, these devices are typically not configured securely.

As IoT becomes pervasive across industries, including healthcare, financial, and government, organizations must be prepared for this rising and disruptive threat. Further, the risk from IoT increases the challenge for addressing compliance mandates associated with sensitive and confidential information.

From this brief, you will learn:
• Examine why IoT = Internet of Threats.
• Step through how botnets and DDoS can be disruptive to sites and Web applications.
• Walk through an IoT Security Policy that addresses key compliance requirements.
• Develop a strategy for addressing such emerging threats in the context of your enterprise cyber security plan.

Speakers
avatar for Uday Ali Pabrai

Uday Ali Pabrai

CEO, ecfirst
Uday Ali PabraiAli Pabrai, MSEE, CISSP (ISSAP, ISSMP), Security+, a cyber security & compliance expert, is the chairman & chief executive of ecfirst, an Inc. 500 business. A highly sought-after information security and regulatory compliance expert, he successfully delivered solutions... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 9:45am - 10:30am
Windsor 7-8

9:45am

Machine Learning & Data Science
What is a machine learning data scientist? Many companies struggle with the concept of what machine learning is and what it does. Machine Learning is quickly becoming a barrier to entry for a product. Companies will soon not consider a piece of software or app that does not have machine learning built into it. But Machine Learning skills are extremely hard to find.

Many companies are trying to fill the need using a regular data scientist (also hard to find). This session will discuss the necessary skill sets of a Machine Learning data scientist, the parallel data scientist skills which can be cross trained, and how to manage those people once they get the right training. It will also cover the value proposition of ML and how it applies to your business.

Speakers
avatar for Gordon Summers

Gordon Summers

Sr. Data Scientist, Contemporary Analysis
Gordon was a 20 year veteran of ConAgra foods where he spent his time overseeing their vast supply chain database warehouse. This gives Gordon advanced knowledge of how to store very large datasets and structure them in such a way to use machine learning to extract recommendations... Read More →
avatar for Nate Watson

Nate Watson

president, Contemporary Analysis
Since becoming president of CAN in early 2015, Nate has tirelessly led the charge for Omaha to become a major hub of data science in the US. He has started a peer and mentor network for beginner data scientists, created the Omaha Data Science Academy to educate those needing additional... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 9:45am - 10:30am
Dapper III

9:45am

Using Hybrid Cloud Container technology to Evolve the IT Legacy
When it comes to cloud, one size does not fit all. This session will focus around cloud computing and container technology as an emerging, disruptive technology that can change the way an organization architects their environment to better deliver reliability, optimized performance and great cost value. This session aims to highlight how organizations are using this technology to evolve their IT infrastructure to position themselves to better support their business. This strategic initiative allows organizations to rapidly respond to changing market needs while positioning them to drive more revenue into their business.

Speakers
avatar for Glen Tindal

Glen Tindal

Business Solutions Principal, Capstone Consulting
Glen Tindal has over 20 years of extensive expertise creating/implementing high value, next-generation technology solutions and services in data-intensive environments. Glen provides demonstrated change management success orchestrating strategies that catapult companies through newer... Read More →


Tuesday March 28, 2017 9:45am - 10:30am
Dapper l

11:00am

Cloud Native: Rapid Application Developement
As cloud-native architectures continue to grow in popularity, building distributed systems will become increasingly common for the enterprise developer. Discover how you can use cloud native technology to accelerate software development on a modern cloud platform without compromising operations.

During this session you will get an overview of cloud native application industry best practices and walk away with an understanding of how to start your own journey to delivering cloud native applications. See firsthand how other businesses just like yours are using cloud native application development to transform their own enterprise.

This session is ideal for any cloud, virtualization or enterprise professional.

Speakers
avatar for Sharath Sahadevan

Sharath Sahadevan

Sr. Platform Architect, Pivotal
Sharath Sahadevan is a Senior Platform Architect with Pivotal software. Prior to Pivotal, he worked at MasterCard and contributed to a number of enterprise applications at MasterCard. He developed a stock analyzer running on the Google App Engine. He has presented Linux’s Foundations... Read More →
BS

Brady Snodgrass

Architect, Storage, First National Technology Solutions



Tuesday March 28, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
Dapper III

11:00am

Data Science Tools @ Amazon Cloud
This session will cover the tools available for supporting data science functionality on Amazon Web Services. The session primarily will step through the process from data collection to predictive model building as part of a standard work flow and introduce various tools that are available during each of these steps on Amazon cloud infrastructure

Speakers
avatar for Swapan Golla

Swapan Golla

Architect, Gallup
Swapan Golla leads the Data Engineering/Analytics & Reporting Groups at Gallup INC. Swapan has been associated with this field for more than 15 years and is a regular speaker at various national and international conferences including Amazon re:Invent conference. Swapan is also a... Read More →


Tuesday March 28, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
Dapper II

11:00am

Embracing Service Leadership to Transform Technology Delivery
In a competitive technology landscape, it can be tempting to lead through a traditional authoritarian approach. But maybe there is another way to lead your firm, motivate your staff and transform the way you deliver technology. Service leadership is a mentality that always puts the needs of other first. By creating a culture where all employees focus on how best they can serve their clients, co-workers and community, a natural competitive advantage can result. If top leadership can clearly demonstrate that they are committed to putting others first, that culture will take hold across the organization and better results will follow.

This session is geared toward technology leadership at all levels of the organization, including emerging and aspiring leaders. The session will provide background and research on service leadership. It will provide case examples of how service leadership can make a positive impact and will include recommendations for starting down the path toward service leadership in your organization. The presentation is interactive and will engage audience members in dialogue.

Speakers
avatar for Derek Kruse

Derek Kruse

CIO, DOTComm
Derek Kruse is the Chief Information Officer at the Douglas Omaha Technology Commission (DOTComm) where he has transformed that organization through service leadership over the past four years. He has presented at numerous conferences, has guest lectured at local universities and... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
Windsor 7-8

11:00am

Intruder Hunting: A Proactive Approach to Security
The session begins with a “State of the Market” review and an analysis of what is, and is not, working in terms of current security tools and techniques. From that foundation, remainder of the presentation will focus on a step by step programmatic approach to Hunting Intruders in your environment. This will include the following topics.
1. Establishing an Intruder Hunting program and integrating the program into your ISMS.
2. Risk Assessment requirements and Asset Evaluation.
3. Establishing adequate security baselines and standards for targeted assets
4. Defining and narrowing the “Huntscape”
5. Tools and Techniques for stealth monitoring
6. Identifying and Reporting on Intrusions and attempted Intrusions
7. Evicting Intruders, Remediation, and Clean Up
8. General Recommendations

Speakers
avatar for Bruce Roton

Bruce Roton

Director, Security Solutions Architecture, Level 3 Communications
Bruce Roton has over 38 years of experience in the Information Technology industry, with the past 13 years focused on information security and security operations management.He is currently the Director of Security Solutions Architecture at Level 3 Communications. Roton is also engaged... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
Windsor 9-10

11:00am

VMware NSX - The Next Frontier of Virtualization
Network virtualization is the next frontier of virtualization. What server and desktop virtualization did to transform the landscape of the data center, network virtualization promises to do that and more.

Far from being simply the virtualization of a switch, router or firewall, VMware NSX revolutionizes the deployment and security of virtual workloads. Removing the physical and administrative bottlenecks for traditional networking infrastructure, NSX gives the administrator all the tools they need to automate and secure an on-premises or cloud-based deployment.

Speakers
avatar for Shawn Bolan

Shawn Bolan

Technical Tainer, New Horizons
Shawn Bolan has been a technical trainer for over 17 years. Shawn holds over 60 technical certifications with organizations including Microsoft, VMware, CompTIA and PRINCE2. Shawn is currently the lead technical trainer and Training Manager at New Horizons of Nebraska. He has been... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am
Dapper l

1:15pm

Demystifying Office 365
We are all familiar with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote and we understand their value. But we are potentially unfamiliar with ambiguous tools like: Admin, Azure, Delve, Docs, Dynamics, Flow, GigJam, Groups, "IM", Lens, Mail, Newsfeed, OneDrive, Planner, Portal, PowerApps, SharePoint/Sites, Skype, StaffHub, Store, Sway, Tasks, Teams, Yammer, and Wunderlist. The purpose of these tools can be difficult to ascertain and we don't always understand the value that they bestow. This is exacerbated when the same names are used for different experiences or when different names are used for very similar experiences. When should I use which tool? Come join us as we explore the sometimes-nebulous world of Office 365.

Speakers
avatar for Todd Bleeker

Todd Bleeker

Applications Manager, RSM US LLP
Todd Bleeker is an industry leader in Microsoft-centric software, specializing in Enterprise Content Management (ECM), specifically extending business functionality in Office 365 (including SharePoint Online and on-premises too). In 2004, Todd co-founded Mindsharp, the industry leading... Read More →


Tuesday March 28, 2017 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Windsor 9-10

1:15pm

How to Hack Humans and Unfluence People
Most security breaches are due to the failure of the human element: the intruders hack the humans to hack the systems. You can hack more systems in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get in through technology. This session talks about how malicious hackers influence - or in this case “unfluence” - their victims using manipulation and coercion and exploiting the bugs in the human hardware. Security professionals need to understand how they can be vulnerable to the factors of unfluence, so they can detect, deter, and deliver countermeasures. Additionally, attendees will learn the importance of human factors, psychology, and leadership for security professionals. The speaker will cover social engineering through examples, demonstrations, and case studies to make sure you and your employees aren’t under the unfluence.

Speakers
avatar for Karla Carter

Karla Carter

Associate Professor, Bellevue University
Karla Carter is an Associate Professor in the College of Science and Technology at Bellevue University, in Bellevue, Nebraska. Drawing on over 27 years of information technology experience, she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Information Technology Ethics, Emerging Technologies... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Dapper II

1:15pm

Lessons Learned from Drones, HoloLens & Other New Tech
In this presentation, you will learn more about the investment Kiewit has made in technology and some of the solutions being used and evaluated to improve operations. This includes drones, HoloLens and smart glass. Further, we will discuss overall trends in the engineering and construction industry. ​

Since 1884, Kiewit has built a respected reputation within the engineering and construction industry. A key pillar to their success is a focus on being a learning company that strives for continuous improvement. Come learn from Kiewit's experiences with new tech and imagine how these tech tools could be used at your company.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Seger

Brian Seger

KTG Area Manager, Kiewit
Brian Seger is an Area Manager in the Kiewit Technology Group specifically responsible for Finance, Payroll and Human Capital Management solutions. He has been with Kiewit 10 years in a variety of roles including Internal Audit, technology and process improvement, and operations with... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Windsor 7-8

1:15pm

Let's Build an Alexa Skill Together
Have you seen the commercial for the Amazon Echo where the actors ask Alexa to do stuff for them? Want to learn how to give Alexa a super power?

In this session I'll show you how you can build your own Alexa Skill. We'll build one together live using a free AWS account and C# .NET. "Alexa, ask all the developers to give my session a good review."

Speakers
avatar for Paul Oliver

Paul Oliver

Principal Software Architect, Vosaic
Paul Oliver is the Principal Software Architect for Vosaic--a Hudl and Nelnet joint venture. This guy has worked with .NET, Ruby on Rails, AWS, Azure, Docker and probably some other stuff that shouldn't be mentioned in polite company. Paul specializes in SaaS web applications, cloud... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Dapper III

1:15pm

Podcast Marketing - Talking Cost Effectively To Your Best Customers Like a Rock Star!
Over the last 3 years, Gallup has created 5 new podcasts channels as a way of both marketing to and communicating with our customers via a podcast. We have seen incredible success using both audio downloads and live streaming audio, as well as video via YouTube to reach thousands of new and existing customers. Most of our podcasts are done weekly and for a regional audience in the US, India, Singapore and Australia and are done at a very low cost. As of October 2016, Gallup is seeing over 20,000 monthly downloads to the audio only channels and views that exceed 35,000 on YouTube. Its a marketing channel that should not be ignored.

Doing a podcast in the enterprise has a different set of issues and challenges (Both technical and non-technical) that need to be navigated carefully. This session will include lessons on:

1. The pitch to the leadership team really matters
2. You often already have a built-in audience and they live on Facebook and why it matters
3. What it looks like when your customers engage
4. What kind of investment in equipment and resources does it take to get started
5. Why having a Social Media Manager matters
6. What will the future look like with podcasting

Speakers
avatar for Jim Collison

Jim Collison

Technology Manager, www.gallup.com/careers
I am a Director of Talent Resourcing at Gallup’s Omaha, Nebraska office. Clifton StrengthsFinder Top 5: Arranger | WOO | Maximizer | Communication | ActivatorIn my current role for Gallup, I oversee a team of intern software developers in Omaha NE as well as partner with Gallup’s... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Dapper l

2:15pm

Cybersecurity Tips, Tools, and Techniques for Home and Work
In this fast-paced session, you will see and learn about common tools used in cyber security assessments, investigations, and administration. The presenter will demonstrate ways to use these tools in both home and work environments. Tools to be demonstrated include Kali Linux, Windows PowerShell, SysInternals Suite, Wireshark, and many more. In discussing these tools, you will walk away with techniques to optimize their use based on your requirements. No tech experience necessary.

Speakers
avatar for Ron Woerner

Ron Woerner

Ron Woerner is a noted speaker and writer in the Security industry. He has over 25 years of IT and Security experience and has established the security practices for multiple Midwest organizations. He writes for CSOOnline.com, IBM Security Intelligence, and the Tripwire blog. He has... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Windsor 9-10

2:15pm

Innovation or Extinction? What Enterprises Can Learn From Startup-Driven Innovation & Tactics
This session will explore how larger organizations can learn from the rise of startups and engage/adapt to the dynamically changing marketplace of ideas and execution. Learn about the changing landscape of innovation and how forward-thinking corporations can begin to tap into emerging startup opportunities to think, move and execute at startup speed.

This session is intended for:
• Companies exploring new innovation initiatives or benchmarking their innovation practices
• Corporations exploring ways to engage with startups
• Individuals wanting to learn the basics for getting buy-in on innovation initiatives
• Innovators in enterprises looking to make their mark on the organization

Some of the topics covered include:
• The Rise of The Startup
• What Can Be Done to Avoid Extinction?
• Outsourcing Innovation
• Mapping & Measuring the Innovation Engine
• Understanding The Context of Innovation
• Three Horizons of Innovation
• The Latest Tools & Techniques in Innovation (Lean Startup, Design Thinking, Business Model Generation, and more)

Speakers
avatar for Brian Ardinger

Brian Ardinger

Co-Founder, Econic
Brian is the co-founder of Econic, an innovation consulting, training and research firm and co-host of the weekly podcast Inside Outside Innovation. Prior to Econic, Brian was the founder and managing director of NMotion, a seed-stage accelerator in Lincoln, Nebraska.He has been involved... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Dapper II

2:15pm

Tablueprints: A Strategic Framework for Data Visualization
Ryan Sleeper is a Tableau Zen Master (2016/17), Iron Viz Champion (2013), author of the Tableau Public Visualization of the Year (2015), and author of Practical Tableau (O'Reilly 2016). This session will share Ryan's "tablueprints"; his process for visualizing data with Tableau. During the presentation, Ryan will discuss his strategic framework for data visualization and provide tangible tips that you can use to improve your data visualization as soon as you get back to the office.

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Sleeper

Ryan Sleeper

Principal, Ryan Sleeper LLC
Ryan Sleeper is a Tableau Zen Master (2016/17), Iron Viz Champion (2013), author of the Tableau Public Visualization of the Year (2015), and author of Practical Tableau (O'Reilly 2016). 



Tuesday March 28, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Windsor 7-8

2:15pm

To Cloud or Not to Cloud: What Are the Right Questions?
Everyone is talking about Cloud Computing, but there seems to be wildly differing perspectives on what it means, how it works, and the costs and benefits of such a model. When it comes to databases and other business critical applications in the cloud, the message is even more confusing. In this session, we will discuss what House of Brick is seeing and hearing from large enterprises to small businesses. The session will present the “right questions” to ask about Tier 1 applications and the cloud – from private to public and other key SaaS/DBaaS considerations.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Hannan

Jim Hannan

Principal Architect, House of Brick Technologies
Jim Hannan is one of the industry’s leading architects for the Virtualization of Oracle-based Business Critical Systems. Jim studied Database Administration at Arizona State University and has an MCSE Certification from Bellevue University. He has 13 years of experience with Oracle... Read More →



Tuesday March 28, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Dapper l

2:15pm

Using the Chrome Developer Tools
Whether you are a web designer or developer, the browser developer tools are an invaluable resource while building, debugging, and performance testing web application. Every web browser has built-in developer tools. In this session, we’ll take a deep dive into the Chrome Developer Tools. We’ll explore how to edit/update the HTML and CSS code in the browser. We’ll also debug JavaScript code, analyze network requests

Speakers
avatar for Dustin Tauer

Dustin Tauer

VP of Training & Development, Easel Solutions
Dustin Tauer is the VP of Training and Development with Easel Solutions. He spends his time either in the classroom educating clients on the latest tools and technologies or in his office developing new and innovative web, mobile, and eLearning solutions. His passion is finding the... Read More →


Tuesday March 28, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Dapper III

3:15pm

8 Steps to an Intuitive UI
Having an intuitive UI is a top goal for every project, yet surprisingly few people have a strong understanding of what this concept really means. (A quick test: ask someone to define it. Most likely you won’t be unimpressed by their answers.)

By attending this session, you will learn what it means for a UI to be intuitive. You will learn a practical definition, the attributes required to be intuitive, and the levels of intuitiveness. Ultimately, you will learn how to help your team design UIs that are more self-explanatory and require less training and documentation—which is especially important for mobile apps.

You will see these concepts applied to a variety of real design problems. Finally, you will learn that not all UIs need to be intuitive, and when it is a good idea to have unintuitive UI—strategically rather than accidentally.

Speakers
avatar for Everett McKay

Everett McKay

Principal, UX Design Edge
UX Design Edge



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

3:15pm

Blockchain for the Enterprise
Paradigms are constantly changing <Insert Uber or Airbnb analogy here>. Blockchain technology is scary and new, but have you had a chance to explore the features and benefits? Who imagined that someday we could trust our data? That we could give users complete control and ownership of their accounts and/or online identity?

What does this all mean for the Enterprise? Learn about the simplicity, security, reliability, and efficiency afforded by this cutting edge technology while preparing for the next digital revolution. Why are government agencies and large corporations investing millions in blockchain research? What’s the cause of Bitcoin’s continued growth and price increase? How can migrating to a blockchain save your organization money? What’s the difference between a public and a private blockchain? Come learn about blockchain technology – its uses, benefits, and what differentiates it from traditional software design.

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

3:15pm

DevOps Enablement Strategy: A Structured Approach to Improving DevOps Maturity in Your Organization
In this session, attendees will learn about DevOps, the value it provides to IT teams and their businesses, and how to assess their organization’s DevOps maturity level. Armed with this information, an organization can create a DevOps backlog for a designated DevOps Enablement team to lead the transformation to a greater level of DevOps maturity.

Key Takeaways
1. Understand DevOps and the impact it has on organizations
2. Understand how to measure your organization’s DevOps maturity
3. Learn how to create an approach for improving DevOps in your organization by creating a DevOps enablement team to work through the DevOps backlog

Speakers
avatar for Mike Douglas

Mike Douglas

Solution consultant, Deliveron consulting Services
Mike Douglas is a Solution Consultant at Deliveron Consulting Services specializing in architecting secure cloud native and hybrid modern applications.  He works with organizations to continuously improve their application security and compliance controls, speed of delivery, and quality through DevOps practices.  He is an active community member in... Read More →


Tuesday March 28, 2017 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Windsor 7-8

3:15pm

Leadership Skills for Digital Disruption
This session stems from the University of Arizona's Eller Executive Education research into the differences between digital challengers and corporate incumbents. The idea that incumbents are destined to give way to a new breed of nimbler and digital savvy challengers is an oversimplification. This session will help the conference attendees understand what leadership skills incumbents need to develop to compete and also what fatal mistakes challengers need to avoid as they build future-proof organizations. The session will include an insight-to-action toolkit to implement change in your organization from the very next day.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Carella

Joe Carella

Assistant Dean, University of Arizona
University of Arizona Assistant Dean, Eller School of Management



Tuesday March 28, 2017 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Windsor 9-10

3:15pm

Predictive Analytics and Data Science Panel: The Practitioners' Perspective
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.

Moderators
RN

Ravi Nath

Chair,Department of Business Intell&Ana, Creighton University

Speakers
KB

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 →
avatar for Branden Collingsworth

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 →
avatar for Michael Hemenway

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
Dapper l