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
- Models are not real.
- Different but close
- A matching market for used textbooks at Stanford
- A tree for a forest
- Lessons from a CEO and Alum
- OM in the News: Planning for Disasters
- Should a football team run or pass? A game theory and linear programming approach
- Market Design as a Resource for Social Justice Research
- Start With A Question
- Impact measurement news (workshop, blog and tweet chat)
- Tests for homogeneity of distributions of component lifetimes from system lifetime data with known system signatures
- The Death of Fox News
- Save Time – Renew Online!
- Serving on Habilitation Diseeration (Higher than a PhD) Committee in France
- Producing Reproducible R Code
- NFL Ratings October 6
- From Supply Chain Optimization Summit in Seattle to ACEC in Boston to Big Book Launch in Chicago – What an October!
- Motivations and Barriers to volunteering
- OM in the News: Why Customer Call Centers Matter
- This Week is CT Campus Sustainability Week
- Rotman Management Magazine
- integer programming for locating ambulances
- Unscripted customer service
- Summarising with Box and Whisker plots
- Teaching Tip: Seven Ways to Improve OM Class Discussions
- Why shallow minors matter for graph drawing
- Punk Rock OR goes to Oberlin College
- Physicist Brian Greene at Lehigh
- Ranking for simulation