Claremont McKenna College's Reed Institute for Decision Science will sponsor a day-long workshop on Critical Success Factors For Consulting and Collaborating, Saturday, Nov. 15, at Bauer Forum.
With a workshop focus on education, students will participate in panels and lectures addressing techniques of decision-making used everyday in consulting. Experts include: Arnold Goodman, American Statistical Association fellow and consultant for North American Aviation, McDonnell Douglas, Atlantic Richfield, and the County of Los Angeles; Reed Institute director Janet Myhre, the Dengler-Dykema Professor of Mathematics and Mathematical Economics, and president of the Southern California Chapter of the American Statistical Association, President of the Mathematical Analysis Research Corporation, and a consultant to the U.S. Navy, Army, Air Force and several other private organizations; and Harold Dyck, past president of the Southern California Chapter of the American statistical Association and former consultant for corporations including Trader Joe's, GTE, and California Steel.
Established in 1975, the Reed Institute emphasizes mathematical and practical experience in addressing "real world" problems. Students work in teams to solve complex problems presented to them by government and private firms.
For additional information, contact the Reed Institute at (909) 621-8876.