No one should bother to renew or bother to read this if they can guarantee they’ll stay in the same job with the same people for the same company doing the same thing in the same way for the same pay. If any of these varies or has the potential to vary, then renewal is indicated. It’s worth it. Renew now because if you don’t, you may have to take the exam again especially if one or more of the preceding conditions changed. Renewal is definitely less hassle and it costs less money, not to mention the wear and tear it saves on your nerves.
The 2016 INFORMS International Conference will take place on June 12-15 at the Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort on the Kohala Coast in Waikoloa, Hawaii. The invited tracks will span the full range of emerging topics from global supply chains to social networks, and all aspects in between. The informative program is designed to educate attendees on current advances that are at the cutting edge of the field anywhere in the world. Through a series of diverse speakers, panels, tutorials and structured networking, the conference will offer attendees a forum for rich intellectual exchange on a broad range of OR/MS applications.
Because the INFORMS Certified Analytics Professional (CAP®) program has two pathways – the Certified Analytics Professional (CAP) and the Associate Certified Analytics Professional (aCAP) – below are three frequently asked questions and answers regarding the program
When INFORMS set out to create its Continuing Education program, it put educators at the center of the development. Anyone who has ever sat through a dry lecture disguised as a professional development course knows that a good instructor can make all the difference. INFORMS Continuing Education instructors understand that. Take, for example, James Drew, instructor for the “Foundations of Modern Predictive Analytics” workshop.
Students searching for the right analytics graduate program, business people seeking to hire analytics talent, analytics professors developing syllabi, and deans developing analytics programs have all shared one common challenge – a lack of a unified and comprehensive way to find data sets and problems and research the rapid changes, offerings and opportunities in analytics education. Until now.