Palisade is pleased to announce the DecisionTools Academic Symposium at the University of Houston on May 22nd!
This is a free one-day event for all professors, lecturers and post graduate students. Find out exactly how and why over 40,000 students are being trained annually to perform quantitative risk and decision analysis using Palisade software DecisionTools Suite and @RISK.
The Latest Risk and Decision Analysis Software
The symposium will demonstrate how the DecisionTools Suite and @RISK can easily enable quantitative risk and decision analysis to be added into academic syllabi. In addition, delegates will see how these tools and techniques are being used in industry.
With risk management now taking center stage across all industries, the all-new DecisionTools Suite 5.0 and @RISK 5.0 mark new ways of approaching risk and making tough decisions. The DecisionTools Suite is the only truly integrated analytical toolset for Excel, bringing together Monte Carlo simulation, risk analysis, decision analysis, optimization, forecasting, and data analysis in a more cohesive way than ever before. With the DecisionTools Suite, you can gain insights better than with any single product. This variety of analytical approaches to real-life problems is widely used and will be demonstrated at the event.
Something for Everyone
Presenters include Indiana University’s Wayne Winston, who teaches Advanced Decision Models at the Kelley School of Business and is author of the best-selling textbooks Operations Research and Practical Management Science. Also presenting is Phil Rogers, who teaches Managerial Decision Making at the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston, and Donald Smith from the Industrial Engineering program at Texas A&M.
Topics will include:
- Overview of the DecisionTools Suite 5.0
- Teaching business leaders how to make good decisions
- Portfolio optimization
- and more
Registration is FREE. To register, call 1-800-432-7475 X 311 or contact Jaime Weisberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date and Location
Friday, May 22nd 2009
The University of Houston
Melcher Hall, Excecutive MBA Suite
4800 Calhoun Road
Houston, TX 77004