Foundations of Modern Predictive Analytics


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ce-register-buttonFoundations of Modern Predictive Analytics
April 13-14, 2016

University of Central Florida Executive Development Center | Orlando, Florida

Learn data mining techniques and tools that will allow you to make the link between business needs and your technical skills. This course gives you hands-on practice in handling real data types, real business problems and practical methods for delivering business-useful results.

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Leave the course with improved knowledge on how to:

blue-checkmark Incorporate modern predictive analytics into your business practices

blue-checkmark Recognize appropriate methods from business discussions

blue-checkmark Become a technical resource and modern predictive analytics advocate in your organization

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Course Instructor

James Drew, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Verizon (ret.)

James Drew was a Fellow at Verizon Corporation for over 30 years, where he was an internal consultant in statistics and data mining until his recent retirement. He has been won such internal honors as the Chairman’s Leadership Award and multiple Excellence Awards. During his career, Jim has worked in the areas of survey analysis, quality control, workforce forecasting, customer relationship management, repair optimization and legal consulting, among others.

Jim has also been an adjunct associate professor in the Management Department of Worcester Polytechnic Institute for over 15 years. He is a Chartered Statistician of the Royal Statistical Society, and appeared on the International List of the 50 Most Prolific Authors in Services Marketing. He is the inventor or co-inventor in 17 patents.