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Analytics Magazine

Summer 2009 Table of Contents

pricing analyticsFEATURES

THE EVOLUTION OF PRICING

By Neil Biehn
The evolution of pricing, from paper reports to analytics. What’s next?

THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE SUCCESSFUL “SURGE”

By Doug Samuelson
How organization science altered military decision-making in Iraq.

PROBABILITY MANAGEMENT

By Sanjay Saigal
A new concept for handling uncertainty and the “flaw of averages.”

MODELING THE MARKET SPACE

By Santiago Castro
How to represent a company’s strategic situation with MCDA.

SEVEN SINS OF SIMULATION PRACTICE

By Jerry Banks and Randall R. Gibson
Long-time consultants reveal valuable lessons learned the hard way.

LESS IS MORE FOR HEWLETT-PACKARD

By Peter Horner
HP wins the Edelman Award by taming its massive product portfolio.

INTEL EARNS INFORMS PRIZE

Intel Decision Technology Group saves chipmaker “billions of dollars.”

INFORMING THE GLOBE

Preview of meeting where networking opportunities abound for analysts.

DEPARTMENTS

INSIDE STORY
VIEWPOINT
NEWSMAKERS
CORPORATE PROFILE
LAST WORD

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