RISK AND ECONOMIC DECISION ANALYSIS AND PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT
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Courses and Consulting
Coaching for Success
Courses and assistance in decision analysis for maximizing value under uncertainty for capital investments, project portfolios, corporate planning, engineering design, and other resource allocation decisions.
Capital Investment Decisions * Corporate Planning and Portfolio Optimization
Decision Policy * Project Planning and Risk Management * Business and Engineering Modeling
Course comparisons and
Updated May 2017:
Decision Analysis" brochure (pdf file)
Utility Elicitation Program (EUP)*
Helping you set up your best, ever, personal or corporate risk policy. Login to access
UEP and several whitepapers and tutorials. Recently updated to include Question Codes. These allow the user to enter custom and repeat questions and to record a session record.
*Free for most users.
Index to Evaluation and Modeling Tips, Books and Articles
decision making * emerging evaluation technologies * evaluation techniques *
markets and trading
portfolio optimization * project costing and planning * project risk management * statistics and probability
Tip 135 The Perfect Bet by Adam Kucharski
Tip 134 Tim’s Yacht—Betting (Investing) for a Potential Huge Payoff
Tip 133 Goal Seek Method for Fast IRR Solutions
Tip 132 “For Forecasts, Bet on Monte Carlo Methods” by Jo Craven McGinty
Tip 131 Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School by John Medina
Tip 130 Brain Bugs by Dean Buonomano
Tip 129 $3 million watermelon (fun with IRR)
Group of trainers and consultants providing Open-Book Management implementation services and business literacy training
Copyright © 1996-2018 by John R. Schuyler. All Rights Reserved. Revised 17-Feb-2018.
Map to John's home/office: Google Maps
15492 East Chenango Ave, Aurora, CO, 80015,
USA (Aurora is a Denver suburb)
Google Satellite photo (The
street at the left is Chambers Road, and the major diagonal southwest street is Smoky Hill
We are in the second cul-de-sac on the left below the tennis courts.