MORS has partnered with Virginia Tech to offer this certificate. The MORS Certificate in Critical Skills for Analytics Professionals (CSAP) offers courses of instruction to hone the specialized skills necessary for success of the Military OR Analyst in a military/government environment or setting.
Course of Instruction Goal:
Ensure that the student has a practical understanding and means to deliver operational and meaningful information of detailed analysis conducted by the OR Analyst into actionable results.
Reach/Read the Customers: Skill to establish a professional relationship, and communicate with analytics to customer to understand their problem set.
Develop/Define the Problem set: Skill to research and construct problem set in order to understand the analysis context and scope that will provide timely, useful results.
Functioning as a member/lead of a Team: Skill to participate with and lead an analytics project team.
Glean Information from Subject Matter Experts: Ability to plan and conduct individual interviews with experts to gain valid information and data needed for analysis.
Glean Information from Groups: Ability to plan and conduct group elicitation sessions with committees or other working groups to develop and assess alternatives, uncertainties, and value and risk preferences.
Communicating Results: Ability to explain the results and conclusions of the analytics process in both non-verbal and verbal delivery formats.
Conveying Worth: Talent to construct recommendations that are useful, executable, and have a solid impact, that are based in solid analytical methods and data.
Mr. Walt DeGrange
An Operations Research Professional with experience in Government, Industry and Academia. He is the Chair of the MORS Continuing Education Committee and the INFORMS SpORts Section as well as a MORS Board of Directors member. He is also on faculty and teaches at the University of Arkansas and serves as an Executive Practicum Advisor at the NC State Poole School of Management. In his role as a Principal Operations Research Analyst at CANA Advisors, he leads the sports analytics research area.
Dr. Jacqueline R. Henningsen
Dr. Jacqueline R. Henningsen, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Director for Studies and Analyses, Assessments and Lessons Learned, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. She is responsible to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force for analytic and Air Force Lessons Learned policy oversight and implementation. Learn More
Dr. Rafael Matos
Dr. Matos is a past President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Military Operations Research Society (MORS). He has been bestowed the honor of Fellow of the Society. He has co-chaired the MORS Human Behavior and Performance Working Group and contributed to the Decision Analysis and Computational Social Sciences Working Groups. He has presented numerous highly attended tutorials and project reports at the annual MORS Symposia in a variety of topics. He is also a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), and the National Society for Hispanic Professionals (NSHP).
Mr. Norm Reitter
25 years of operations research experience including military logistics and commercial supply chain analysis and solution development. Seeking innovative ways for solving complex problems. Combining advanced analytics with information architectures, business processes, and human capital to improve organizational performance.
Mr. Dave Saranchak
David Saranchak is a Research Fellow and AI/ML Program Lead at Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) in Johnstown, PA. He leads R&D of emerging techniques in data analysis, machine learning assurance, and differential privacy for multimodal data applications in tactical edge environments & computation platforms. Learn More
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