Palisade Risk Conference Las Vegas:
Schedule Now Available –
More Tracks Than Ever
Join Leaders from Cisco, PricewaterhouseCoopers,
Intel, HDR, and Many More
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, November 7-8, 2012
Join us again in Las Vegas for the most important event of the year for quantitative risk and decision analysis! This year we have added an entire new track of industry case studies, making four tracks in total. Plus, we will again feature Expert Sessions, personalized one-on-one meetings with Palisade consultants to review your own risk models.
In its seventh year and attracting more people every time, the Palisade Risk Conference has become the “must attend” event for professionals dealing with risk in any industry. Over the course of two days, industry experts and Palisade consultants will present a selection of over 40 real-world case studies, software workshops, and training classes. Learn about innovative and interesting approaches to managing risk and uncertainty in a wide range of business applications. And of course networking events and lunches are always included. The ROI for attending is unbeatable.
New this year, we are moving to the exciting Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Book your room now at this 5-star resort for only $149.
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British Columbia Hydro Uses @RISK
" I came away from the conference very satisfied. The
conference empowered me with future skill sets, allowed me to
observe how other companies are using the tools, and I even
made some very valuable contacts."
– Ron Webster, Senior Financial Risk Analyst,
Eastman Chemical Company
to Evaluate Equipment Replacement
As presented by Dean Cardno at the 2011 Palisade
Risk Conference Las Vegas.
Meet BC Hydro in Las Vegas at the 2012
Palisade Risk Conference, Nov 7-8
In consideration of whether to replace or refurbish four generator stators, British Columbia Hydro in Canada used @RISK to evaluate the expected cost of the intervention and the future service lives of the equipment under each treatment alternative to determine the preferred option. BC Hydro then used @RISK to evaluate the consequences of equipment failure and quantify the effect of immediate versus deferred intervention and determine the appropriate schedule to address known stator deficiencies.
» Download the full case study and Excel models
Palisade in E-commerce Times:
"Knowledge is Power: Embracing Risk Analysis"
Excerpted from the E-commerce Times, July 14, 2012
How do businesses eliminate risk? The simple answer is this: They can't. It is impossible. Understand the nature of risk factors, and plan strategies accordingly. Create an environment in which the reality of risk is communicated, and employ the latest technological advances to forecast risk in order to improve the company's "risk health."
» Read the full article
Steel Giant Uses @RISK to
Manage Furnace Shutdown
Risk management is the process of identifying, analyzing and mitigating risk. This has often been conducted in a fairly haphazard way, with no real structure to the procedure. A more forward-looking approach was taken by the steel giant Corus (now part of Tata Steel Europe) when they conducted a large-scale intermediate repair to the largest blast furnace in Europe, located at the Teesside Works at Redcar, England.
Corus enlisted the help of HVR Consulting Services Ltd, recognized experts in the field of risk management, to conduct a series of project and business risk assessments. The project risk assessments aimed to ensure all risks to the project were identified and analyzed, and @RISK was used as the tool to analyze the project timescales. Variability surrounding the duration of activities in the project plan was combined with risks from the risk register to create a risk model. This was then analyzed using @RISK, not only to predict the likely project outcomes but also to identify key areas requiring management attention and opportunities for schedule saving.
» Read the full case study
Modeling Insurance Claims with Simulation,
the Compound Function, and Resampling
It is important for an insurance company to estimate the amount of claims it will incur in a given year. This series of models assumes that there are three types of claims: auto, general liability, and worker's comp. Historical data for the company is included. The top section lists the numbers of claims for the previous 20 years. Summary measures across years are shown to the right. These include correlations, since it is conceivable that the number of claims of one type might be correlated with the number of claims of another type. The bottom section lists the claim dollar amounts for all claims in the most recent year. Summary measures for these are also listed to the right.
The base model assumes that the numbers of claims and the amounts of typical claims are known for the coming year, and that they are equal to the means of the historical data. For example, it assumes that there will be 994 auto claims, each for the amount $3,409. Then the total of all claims, shown in the red cell, is the sum of products of the values in rows 4 and 5. Of course, there is a lot of uncertainty in the values in rows 4 and 5, so later models that include this uncertainty are much more realistic than this deterministic model.
Additional models are included using the RiskCompound function to summarize claims, and resampling to deal with minimal historical data.
» Download the series of models
» Watch a video about the insurance model series
Introduction to Risk & Decision Analysis
using @RISK & the DecisionTools Suite
Presented by Palisade
September 12, 2012, 11am EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) » Register Now
Portfolio Management using @RISK
Presented by Matt Rosenberg, RoseCap Investment Advisors
September 20, 2012 11am EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) » Register Now
Using @RISK in Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD)
Approach for Civil Engineering
Presented by Naresh Samtani, NCS Consultants
25 October 2012 11am EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) » Register Now
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