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MS&E 453: Decision Analysis Applications: Business Strategy and Public Policy

What are the most essential, efficient, and effective ways that important decisions are being made in the real world? Experienced practitioners provide insights from technically challenging and organizationally complex decisions that they helped analyze for decision makers in businesses, nonprofits, and governments. Both the process and content of such decisions are discussed. Process includes disciplined qualitative and quantitative approaches for framing, structuring, modeling, assessing, evaluating, appraising, and communicating decisions. Content broadly covers business and corporate strategy, venture capital investing, financial derivatives and hedging, R&D portfolio management, new product design, technology manufacturing alternatives, business renewal, real estate investment and development, intellectual property litigation risk, interplanetary contamination risk, energy economics and policies, electric power production, nuclear waste disposal, environmental cleanup of mines, marine fisheries and resource protection, medical diagnosis and treatment options, health insurance plans, hospital risk management, pharmaceutical drug trials and backups, behavioral economics lessons, effective interaction techniques, and implications of social psychology for improved organizational decision making. Prerequisite: 252
Terms: Win | Units: 2-3 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
Instructors: Robinson, B. (PI)
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