Hewlett Packard, for their product portfolio management systems. As a judge, I don’t want to say anything beyond saying I think the HP team makes an outstanding Edelman Award winner. Congratulations to them and all of the other finalists.
From the OR Blogs
- Data Driven
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- Security and Emergency Management in a Major Hospital
- R: Factors vs Strings on large data sets
- Using deceased donor kidneys to start some kidney exchange chains
- Microsoft R: links
- Public comments at the SEC about IEX’s exchange application: a seminar on the politics of market design
- Single-site strategic capacity planning considering renewal, maintenance, inventory, taxes and cash flow management
- Military draft registration, now for women as well as men?
- JEC Professional Services is offering 5 free days consultancy a to 3rd Sector organisation
- Three new projects requiring YOUR help
- Digital manufacturing and legacy equipment
- OM in the News: Takata Lacks Processes for Tackling Air-Bag Defects
- agedays column in SmartVA data
- the role of operations research in HIV prevention
- Slime Mold and Linear Programming
- Monitoring quality at Takata
- Hosting Great Speakers at the Isenberg School This Semester!
- The Greenfield Bridge in Pittsburgh
- OM in the News: Business Students Find Real World Applications for OM Topics
- Measuring is not (necessarily) controlling
- NBA Ratings February 6
- Detecting Anomalies in the NFL Schedule
- Cool example of reproducible research
- Finding your place on a map as quickly as you could tell someone where you are
- Why Python
- Making a real difference makes it all worthwhile #volunteer #ORblog
- Satire is funny
- What does it mean to understand statistics?
- Renowed Economist Professor Sam Bowles on Economic Inequality