What Is Decision Analysis? And Why Do So Many Companies Still Do It in Excel?
When decisions involve complex—and sometimes competing—multivariate choices, analysts employ systematic and quantitative decision analysis models and techniques to arrive at the most optimal solution (ideally the one with the lowest potential risk and the highest potential upside). Learn of Excel shortcomings and alternative solutions to make high-stakes decisions with the utmost ease and confidence.
Why Your Finance Team Isn't Agile... YetTraditional approaches to financial modeling historically involve the use of inefficient, undisciplined software tools that fall short in their forecasting capabilities. Organizations that rely on such platforms are often unaware that they are not functioning to their true potential, but smart business decisions should be supported by agile, multi-dimensional models.
Visualizing New Tuition Revenue Options Against Marketable InitiativesWofford College, a small, private, independent institution located in South Carolina, explores new tuition revenue options while weighing the marketability of various programs and initiatives.