Knowledge Content Library
Supporting Landscape Level Planning and Management with DA-facilitated Integrated Science Modeling
Presented by Karen Jenni (USGS) and Tim Nieman (Decision Application) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. In this session on Societal and Non-Profit Decision Making, this talk discusses the unique and interesting modeling and communication challenges associated with effective decision support in very large, complex multiple stakeholder situations.
Exploring Management Options in the Grand Canyon w Formal Decision Analysis
Keynote address presented by Michael Runge (US Geological Survey) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. This talk provides an example of how to use formal decision analysis methods in the context of an Environmental Impact Statement to integrate value judgments and scientific evidence in the evaluation of natural resource management alternatives.
From Controversy to Consensus: A multi-attribute decision analysis for decommissioning California’s offshore oil platforms
Presented by Max Henrion (Lumina Decision Systems) at 2015 DAAG Conference in Huntington Beach. In this session on Case Studies, this talk discusses how DA framing and modeling was used to find common ground for a controversial decision.
Stranger in a Strange Land: Decision Support Techniques on the Project Management Planet
This is a writeup for the talk "Stranger in a Strange Land: Decision Support Techniques on the Project Management Planet " presented by Bill Haskett at DAAG 2014 in Boston. Date of Session: Mar 27, 2014. Session No: 3.
All is Never Really Said and Done: Actively Navigating Benefit and Risk
Presented by Marilyn Metcalf (GlaxoSmithKline) at 2013 DAAG Conference in Austin. Discussion of assessing and managing benefit versus risk.
Enterprise Strategic Risk: Linking ERM to Financial Performance Management
Presented by Bonnie K. Ray (IBM) at 2013 DAAG Conference in Austin. Discussion of how Strategic Risks present the largest ERM challenge due to scarcity of data and difficulties in translating from risk to business impact.
What does Decision Analytics mean for Decision Analysts?
This is the summary of a session co-chaired by Somik Raha and Jack Kloeber DAAG 2013, Austin, Texas. Date of Session: Apr 12, 2013. Session No: 5.
Climate Change and Climate Engineering
Presented by Eric Bickel (University of Texas) at 2013 DAAG Conference in Austin. Application of Decision Analysis to decisions about pursuing climate engineering for addressing climate change.
Not-for-Profit Strategic Planning: A Junior Achievement Case Study
Presented by Bill Klimack (Chevron) at 2013 DAAG Conference in Austin. Application of Decision Analysis to decisions about how to attract and retain volunteers.
Rethinking Decision Analysis
Presented by Gregory Parnell at 2012 DAAG Conference in Chicago. Decision analysts can benefit from the best practices in both single and multiple objective decision analysis, including application of these ideas in a Cyberspace Investment Planning Model for Air Force Space Command.
The use of decision analysis for Phase 2 and Phase 3 drug development decisions
Presented by Elayne Ko (Deloitte) and Charles Persinger (Eli Lilly) at 2012 DAAG Conference in Chicago. The characteristics of drug development in Phase 2 and 3 are explored, and the implications of applying decision analysis process for the Phase 2 and 3 drug development decisions are highlighted.
Multi-attribute Decision Analysis
Presented by Dave Charlesworth (Chevron) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. What is Multi‐attribute Decision Analysis and when should it be used? Common mistakes, protocol for executing the analysis, and case studies.
Soft Skills are DA Skills Too: Overview of Soft Skills Workshop
Presented by Paul Wicker (Decision Strategies) and Jack Kloeber (Kromite) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Notes from a workshop on soft skills, including an example of eliciting risk attitude from decision makers.
Probabilistic Modeling to Support and Facilitate Decision Making in Early Drug Development
Presented by Huybert Groenendaal (EpiX Analytics) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Overview of use of probabilistic methods to combine wide range of data sources into one decision supporting model.
Risk & Uncertainty (R&U) Benchmarking and Insights
Presented by Jeremy Brann, Steve Letros, Ashu Patwardhan, Kevin Powell (Shell) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Risk & Uncertainty Benchmarking is a data repository for an individual Projects R&U data - the objective of the activity is to perform Risk and Uncertainty for project comparisons.
Understanding the Value of Simops Decisions on Well Planning and Execution Using Decision Analysis
Presented by Leslie Armentrout (Hess) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Example of decision analysis applied to simultaneous operations of high risk activities (Simops) in well planning.
Cleaner Analysis: Quicker Decision, Three Examples from Government
Presented by Mark Powell (Attwater Consulting) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Three examples of the issues encountered when making technical decisions for government projects, including two NASA projects and one US Coast Guard project.
Theory, Best Practices, and An Illustrative Example
Presented by Gregory Parnell (US Military Academy) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Discussion and examples of defining objectives and metrics for measuring them.
Discretization, Simulation, & Swanson’s (Inaccurate) Mean
Presented by Eric Bickel (University of Texas) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Discussion of errors that can occur from discretization of continuous distributions using common approximation methods.
Exploratory Decision Analysis of the Future of the Automobile in the USA
Presented by Max Henrion (Lumina Decision Systems) with Xirong Jiang and Surya Swamy at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Example of modeling used to explore the future of the automobile in the US.