Knowledge Content Library
Making Better College and Career Decisions
Frank Koch, Koch Decisions and Amy Stranieri, Thurston High School, 2016 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)
The Importance of Clarity around Objectives
Frank Koch. Koch Consulting and Christa Roemkens, Chevron, 2016 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)
Decision Skills: Decision Quality Changes Lives
Chris Spetzler, 2015 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)
Asking is Better Than Telling
Katherine Rosback, 2015 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)
How much should we pay to play?
Ellen Coopersmith, 2013 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)
Thinking about the Thinking
Katherine Rosback, 2012 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)
I Love DA. I just wish we didn’t have to deal with people.
Stuart Harris, 2012 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)
Probability Elicitation and Calibration in a Research & Development Portfolio: A 13-Year Case Study
Jay Andersen, 2011 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)
Sharing DA/DQ/DS in Front of Teens or Behind the Scenes
Presentation by Amy Day, Clarity4Action; Tyler Ludlow, Decision Skills Institute at 2019 DAAG Conference in Denver. A facilitated session helping the practice of DA to occur by engaging with youth.
Coaching: An Approach to Decision Facilitation
Presented by Margaret Barrett (Intel) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Coaching and Knowledge Transfer, this talk discusses the differences and similarities between coaching and consulting.
Facilitating Choices: Teaching the System to Change Without Resistance
Presented by Sharon Drew Morgen (Morgen Facilitations) at 2013 DAAG Conference in Austin. These talks explores the human side of decision-making and introduce perspectives that are complementary to decision analysis and have a proven record for success in business.
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.
I love decision analysis. I just wish it didn’t involve people. Examples, Lessons, and Anecdotes about DA Communication
Presented by Stuart Harris (Decision Frameworks) at 2011 DAAG Conference in Houston. Examples of communication that we see as reasonable as DA practitioners, but which often had to change to successfully get the buy-in those in need of a decision/solution.
Using Decision Analysis to Select Communications Research Projects
Presented by Hal Wilson (National Security Agency) and Don Buckshaw (Innovative Decisions) at 2010 DAAG Conference in Orlando. Portfolio analysis example in DoD discussing how to mix hard skills (multi-objective models) with soft skills (negotiations and gaining customer buy-in).
Decision Analysis for New Atherosclerosis Drug: Assessing Consistent Probabilities of Success for Drug Development Decision Analysis
Presented by Dave Swank (BristolMyersSquibb) at 2010 DAAG Conference in Orlando. Discussion of probability assessment and the use of sensitivity analysis to look for robustness in assessments.
Convince or Persuade?
Presented by Ron Howard (Stanford) at 2010 DAAG Conference in Orlando. Discusses how a decision analyst's job is to provide people with an argument that will allow them to convince themselves
Organizing the Mess: Designing Decision Solutions That Matter
Presented by Steve Mack (Whitney, Bradley & Brown) at 2004 DAAG Conference in San Francisco. Discussion of organizationally complex decisions and the use of good framing and collaboration processes to work through the mess.
Presented at 2000 DAAG Conference in Calgary. Notes from a conference session on facilitation.
An Emergency Facilitation: Decision Analysis as a Mediation Tool
Presented by Bill Haskett (Decision Strategies) at 2000 DAAG Conference in Calgary. Example of using DA facilitation as a mediation tool for an organization with procedural blocks to progress.
Six Hats Application to Framing
Presented by (Conoco) at 1999 DAAG Conference in Orlando. Case study where Edward DeBono's Six Hats Theory was used to guide framing of a decision where agreement and clarity were lacking.