|When:||Wednesday Jan. 16, 2013 Noon - 2 PM|
|Place:||The Penn Club, 30 West 44th Street, New York, NY|
|Reservations:|| Call John Waldes at (212) 362-0302 or email him.
|Cost:||$55 for non-members, $45 for
$5 surcharge for walk-in without reservation.
First-time Attendees : $35 membership + $20 lunch
|Topic:||How to Recognize and Fix Data Faults That Can Make or Break Analytics|
|Abstract:||A critical success factor in any project relying on facts, rather than pure conjecture, is the accuracy of the data upon which it relies. There are many data traps: ways in which faulty data can appear to be correct.
The good news is that bad data can be identified and corrected.
|Speaker:||Cary S. Shaw
Cary S. Shaw & Associates, LLC
Cary S. Shaw is a practitioner of analytics applied to a wide variety of subject matter including marketing, medical, customer behavioral, and financial applications, performed for private industry, educational, non-profit, and governmental organizations.
At Pitney Bowes he led special strategic projects requiring innovative thinking, cross-department coordination, and advanced analytics.
Shaw recently completed a real-time model for intra-operative use by surgeons to determine the point at which patients are cured. He has also applied his marketing skills to promote science education.
He is a past officer of INFORMS, NY, and is a graduate of MIT (Operations Research) and Harvard (Managerial Economics).