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Adventures in Decision Analytics
Jack Kloeber, Emilia Silebi, Xixi Chen, Scott Evans, 2018 SDP Sponsor Webinar - Kromite

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Real Life Framing: A Hurricane Harvey Case Study
Eleanor Bergin, 2018 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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HIV Cure Initiative: Cost-Benefit Analysis
Sandy Wrobel, 2018 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Making Music: A Thousand Tiny Decisions
Beth Outland, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, 2017 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Making Better College and Career Decisions
Frank Koch, Koch Decisions and Amy Stranieri, Thurston High School, 2016 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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The Importance of Clarity around Objectives
Frank Koch. Koch Consulting and Christa Roemkens, Chevron, 2016 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Improving decision quality one decision at a time
Karen Sepucha and Leigh Simmons, 2015 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Decision Skills: Decision Quality Changes Lives
Chris Spetzler, 2015 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Turning Water into Wine: Decision Analysis Applied to Water Issues in the Heart of Napa
Timothy Nieman, 2015 SDP Webinar (Invited Talk)

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Integrating First Nations perspectives in the impact assessment process
Presented by Julian Gonzalez (EcoPlan) at 2018 DAAG Conference in Vancouver. In this session on Involving Communities of Interest in the Decision Process, this talk covers the potential impacts of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project from the perspective of the Matsqui First Nation.

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The Times They Are A Changin’: A Structured Decision Making (SDM) Approach to Managing Coastal Flood Risks from Sea-Level Rise In Vancouver, British Columbia
Presented by Christian Beaudrie (Compass Resource Management) at 2018 DAAG Conference in Vancouver. In this session on Involving Communities of Interest in the Decision Process, his talk highlights the application of a Structured Decision Making approach to evaluate the impacts of sea level rise and select mitigation options to reduce flood risks for Vancouver, British Columbia.

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The ABCDs of Informal DA in Neighborhood Non-profits
Presented by Enrico Manlapig (Westmont College) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. In this session on Societal and Non-Profit Decision Making, this talk discusses how DA helped a school board choose a new facility.

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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.

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DA for Financial Stability in a Conservation Org
Presented by Esteban Guerrero (SmartOrg) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. In this session on Societal and Non-Profit Decision Making, this talk discusses how Portfolio Decision Analysis made a big dent in helping project champions understand and manage the complexity of debt swaps.

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Bringing DEF Training to Kids in Your Life Through Corporate Partners
Presented by Amy Day (Decision Education Foundation) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. In this session on Decision Analysis for Everyone, this talk discusses how DEF teamed up with Intel to teach essential decision skills to young people.

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Improving decision quality: one decision at a time
Presented by Karen Sepucha (Health Decision Sciences Center - Massachusetts General Hospital) at 2015 DAAG Conference in Huntington Beach. This keynote speech discusses the use of decision sciences to improve medical decision making at Mass General.

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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.

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Staying Relevant and Creating Enduring Value
Presented by Greg Parnell (Innovative Decisions) at 2006 DAAG Conference in Baltimore. Keynote address on the top 10 ways to maintain relevance and provide enduring value to your organization.

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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.

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The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion
by Jonathan Haidt
As America descends deeper into polarization and paralysis, social psychologist Jonathan Haidt has done the seemingly impossible—challenged conventional thinking about morality, politics, and religion in a way that speaks to everyone on the political spectrum.
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