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Decision Analysis

Lumina, Chevron earn DA honors
INFORMS society names ‘Rigs to reefs’ top solution

Software Survey: Decision analysis
Decision tools continue to evolve, providing analysts with more horsepower to transform increasingly vast amounts of information into decision advantage.

Software Survey: Decision Analysis
Survey highlights new features and trends, but the relationship between technology and thoughtful analysis remains essential to the success of any software tool.

Analytics and Sports, Part III: Improving resource allocation with portfolio decision analysis
Obstacles remain for widespread managerial adoption of analytics in professional sports, but the future looks promising.

Improving resource allocation with portfolio decision analysis
Practically all organizations achieve their objectives by building a portfolio of activities subject to budgetary and other relevant constraints

Analytics and Sports, Part III:

Viewpoint: Analyzing Decisions to Counter Terrorism

Strategic Problems: Modeling the Market Space
A new dimension for the use of multi-criteria decision analysis

Real Value of I.T.
Rather than a cost center, compare information technology to other business investments.

Decision Processes: Analysis Placebos
The difference between perceived and real benifits of risk and analysis and decision models.

So You Want To Be a Decision Analyst?
All it takes is the right mixture of analytic skill and insight, a big kit of tools and techniques, interpersonal skills and a little bit of luck.

Newsmakers: Rapid Delivery Of Vaccines, Antidotes

Software Survey: Decision Analysis
Visualization and options continue to improve along with Web-based integration, but a wish list of “wants and needs” remain unmet.

Decision Analysis Software Survey
2008 survey of D.A. software targets a growing number of users.

Analytics Blog

Electoral College put to the math test


With the campaign two months behind us and the inauguration of Donald Trump two days away, isn’t it time to put the 2016 U.S. presidential election to bed and focus on issues that have yet to be decided? Of course not.

Headlines

Israeli Ministry of Health reverses blood donation policy

The Israeli Ministry of Health recently agreed to reverse a blood donation policy and will now allow some Ethiopian immigrants, homosexuals and elderly people to donate blood. According to the Jerusalem Post, the change is a result of “new local and foreign epidemiological data and the improvement in medical technologies and risk assessment.” Read more →

Johns Hopkins Hospital opens capacity command center

The Johns Hopkins Hospital has launched a state-of-the-art, advanced hospital control center. The Judy Reitz Capacity Command Center, designed and built with GE Healthcare Partners (GE), combines the latest in systems engineering, predictive analytics and innovative problem-solving to better manage patient safety, experience, volume and the movement of patients in and out of the hospital, enabling greater access to Johns Hopkins’ lifesaving services. Read more →

Security spending potentially a misleading indicator of success

Organizations spend an average of 5.6 percent of the overall IT budget on IT security and risk management, according to the most recent IT Key Metrics Data from Gartner, Inc. However, IT security spending ranges from approximately 1 percent to 13 percent of the IT budget and is potentially a misleading indicator of program success, analysts said. Read more →

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