Must-Attend Regional Risk Conference Hosted in Chicago this July 17th

2014 Palisade Chicago Risk Conference

Next week, analysts and decision makers will gather in downtown Chicago for an intensive one-day conference on quantitative risk analysis.

» Register now – Complimentary registration

This “must attend” event will feature a selection of real-world case studies and software training. Case studies will be presented by industry experts about how they manage risk and uncertainty in a wide range of business applications. Software training on @RISK and the DecisionTools Suite will be given by Palisade staff, and include ideas and applications you can use.

This 2014 Palisade Risk Conference is part of a global, annual series of meetings where professionals share ideas and advance the practice of risk and decision analysis. More than 1,000 people attend Palisade Risk Conferences every year. For nearly a decade, these conferences have been helping managers in many different companies – from Fortune Global 500 to small consulting practices – make better decisions.

Here is what just a few participants have recently said:

“Very good conference with good usage of time.”    

       –Mark Mendonca, Program Risk Management, Ernst & Young

“Excellent conference. If there are numbers that vary, you should be here.”      

      –George Chiang, Independent Cost Analyst, Boeing Company

“We saw and discussed methods that directly apply to our problems, and learned to build upon them to come up with solutions.”    

       –Michael Watson, PMP, Senior Staff Integrated Planning, Lockheed Martin

» Register now to attend the Chicago event on July 17th

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