Communicating Analytic Results: A Tutorial for Decision Consultants

@article{Keisler2012CommunicatingAR,
  title={Communicating Analytic Results: A Tutorial for Decision Consultants},
  author={J. Keisler and Patrick S. Noonan},
  journal={Decis. Anal.},
  year={2012},
  volume={9},
  pages={274-292}
}
Good analysis alone may not achieve the goals of decision analysis (DA) engagements. Good communication of the results of that analysis can help stakeholders understand, accept, and implement the recommended course of action. Practitioners can use decision-analytic principles when considering the decision of how to communicate results themselves. From this perspective, we consider a range of questions to ask in preparing for communication with the client and other stakeholders. We review… Expand
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