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Review 'This book presents a step change in the art and science of solving complex business challenges, however the implications of George's work on corporate strategy and decision making are nothing short of transformational. Everyone shaping a company should have these tools.' - Wayne Wisniewski, President and COO, Eagle Hydrocarbons 'George Danner's book goes to the heart of better decision making and shows us how to achieve it. Borrow the best from scientific processes- develop hypotheses, analyse data, use best modelling techniques, test the evidence under various scenarios, be objective and transparent , be prepared to experiment and problem solving improves. It sounds simple and yet so many businesses lack the internal processes and disciplines to achieve this. ' -Professor Vicky Pryce, Former Joint Head of the UK Government's Economic Service Read more About the Author George Danner is President of Business Laboratory, LLC, an award-winning consultancy that uses the very latest scientific techniques and methods to improve the performance of mid-size and large organizations through problem solving, the optimization of existing practices, and advanced forecasting. George specializes in the application of agent-based simulation modeling, Monte Carlo simulation. George has 30 years of experience in corporate strategy, specifically operational and financial analysis, across a wide variety of industries: manufacturing, energy, telecommunications, transportation, and financial services.Prior to founding Business Laboratory, George held executive positions at nGenera Corporation, Industrial Science LLC (as founder), and Arthur Andersen. Business Laboratory clients include BP, Sun Microsystems, Schlumberger, Manpower, Target Corporation, AstraZeneca, TIAA-CREF, National Grid (UK), TD Ameritrade, Schlumberger, and the US Navy.George has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University and a Master of Science in Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Read more

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