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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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Fairer Fares: Engaging Citizens And Decision Makers in Tradeoff Decisions For Public Transit
Presented by Lyle Walker (TransLink) 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 pricing fares for the Metro Vancouver transit system.

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Evolution of emotions and Decision Analysis (DA)
Presented by Elayne Ko, Eyas Raddad, Somik Raha at 2018 DAAG Conference in Vancouver. In this session on Emotions and DA: Is There a Role for Emotions and Meaning in Decision Analysis?, this talk introduces some ideas and questions about how to incorporate emotions into DA.

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The Convergence of Risk Management and DA
Presented by Carl Spetzler (Strategic Decisions Group) at 2018 DAAG Conference in Vancouver. In this session on Risk Management versus Decision Analysis – Do we need both?, this talk discusses the relationships, overlays and gaps between Risk Management and Decision Analysis,

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I learned about DA from That!
Presented by Rodger Thompson (Pfizer) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Coaching and Knowledge Transfer, this talk covers lessons learned from over 20 years of DA practice, including communicating to management.

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Quest for World Class DA & DQ: Sustaining Positive Change
Presented by Len Falsone (Shell) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Coaching and Knowledge Transfer, this talk covers approaches used in Shell to making change happen and a compilation of useful coaching and knowledge transfer vehicles for positive change.

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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.

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Making Decisions in a Polarized World
Presented by Patrick Leach (Independent Consultant) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Learning and Organization, this talk discusses how people seek out and believe evidence that supports their beliefs, and possible approaches to mitigating this tendency.

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A "Cap & Trade" Approach to Assessing Technical Success Probabilities in Pharma
Presented by Chris Dalton (Syncopation Software) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Learning and Organization, this talk discusses probability assessment in the context of pharma/biotech R&D portfolio management.

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The Value of Streamgage Information: A case study evaluating the use and value of streamgage data for culvert design and operations
Presented by Emily Pindilli (US Geological Survey) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Information Value, this talk discusses considers the use and value of streamflow information for the design and operation of culverts.

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Making Better Appraisal & Development Decisions Using Decision Risk Analysis & Value of Information
Presented by Pete Naylor at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Information Value, this talk provides an overview of value of information methods.

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The Value and Danger of “Story” in Getting to Commitment to Action
Presented by Elayne Ko (Pfizer) and Charles Persinger (Eli Lilly) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Facilitation and Collaboration, this talk discusses both the value and danger of using stories to facilitate commitment to action.

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Selecting a Preferred Alternative To Meet Tier 3 Gasoline Requirements
Presented by Rob Lazenby (Chevron) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Risk Assessment and Management, this talk discusses the use of DA techniques to determine a refinery's strategy to meet gasoline specifications.

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Oil Market Disruption Risks
Presented by Phil Beccue (White Deer Partners) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Risk Assessment and Management, this talk discusses a risk assessment of potential future oil disruptions and impacts to the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

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Building and Nurturing the Company Culture You Want
Presented by Patrick Leach (Independent Consultant) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Culture, this talk discusses the relationship between previously held beliefs and new evidence.

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The Intersection of Culture and Quality Decision Making
Presented by Eyas Raddad (Eli Lilly) at 2017 DAAG Conference in New Orleans. In this session on Culture, this talk discusses decision making based on the intersection of the Dimensions of Culture and Quality Decision Making.

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Modeling Ordered Uncertainties
Presented by Jon Mauer (Pfizer) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. In this session on The Cutting Edge of Decision Analysis, this short talk looks at complex correlated uncertainties in a pharma problem.

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Overthrowing the Tyranny of Economics
Presented by Patrick Leach (Decision Strategies) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. In this session on Unsolved Problems and Developing Ideas, this short talk provides suggestions for revising economics to account for natural and social capital, as well as financial capital.

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When is Enough, Enough?
Presented by Elayne Ko (Pfizer) at 2016 DAAG Conference in Banff. In this session on Unsolved Problems and Developing Ideas, this short presentation provides talking points for a discussion of requisite decision models.

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