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Behavioral Operational Research

A Capabilities Approach

Paperback Engels 2020 9783030254070
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This edited collection addresses the question of which capabilities and competencies enable Behavioral Operational Research to provide sustained improvement to decision processes. The aim is to show how a focus on capability and competency will not only meet short-term requirements for problem solving and decision support, but also build a solid foundation for the future. The contributors present recent advances in Behavioral OR, with a focus on the ways in which users of models deal with incomplete and imprecise information, subjective boundaries and uncertainty. These chapters are structured around three key dimensions of BOR: capabilities, cognition and aspects of practice.


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Section I: Competencies within Models

Chapter 1: Behavioral Operations and Behavioral Operational Research: Similarities and Differences in Competences and Capabilities, Martin Kunc

Chapter 2: Behavioural Implications of Demand Perception in Inventory Management, Dilek Onkal, Ayşe Kocabıyıkoğlu, M. Sinan Gonul and Celile Itır Göğüş

Chapter 3: Behavioral Operational Research in Portfolio Selection, Omid Momen

Chapter 4: Feedback, Information Representation and Bidder Behavior in Electronic Auctions, Aysegul Engin and Rudolf Vetschera

Section II: Competencies beyond Models

Chapter 5: Probability and beyond: including uncertainties in decision analysis, Ian Durbach and Theodor Stewart

Chapter 6: How to use ambiguity in problem understanding for enabling divergent thinking: integrating Problem Structuring Methods and Concept-Knowledge theory, Raffaele Giordano, Irene Pluchinotta, Dimitrios Zikos, Tobias Krueger and Alexis Tsoukias

Chapter 7: Insights from an initial exploration of cognitive biases in spatial decisions, Valentina Ferretti

Chapter 8: Modeling human behaviors in project management: Insights from the literature review, Lin Wang, Jianping Li and Chao Li

Chapter 9: Exploring the machinery for calibrating optimism and realism in transformation programmes: a practical toolkit, Leasil Burrow

Section III: Capabilities within Models

Chapter 10: The importance of human behaviour in practice: insights from the modelling cycle, Sean Manzi

Chapter 11: Developing problem structuring capability: a practice-based view, Katharina Burger

Chapter 12: Stakeholder behavior in operational research: Connecting the why, who, and how of stakeholder involvement, Vincent de Gooyert

Chapter 13: Lessons learned: Acquiring insights from non-operational research perspectives, Hubert Korzilius and Pleun van Arensbergen

Chapter 14: The Merits of Transparent Models, Konstantinos Katsikopoulos

Section IV: Capabilities within Models

Chapter 15: Achieving a Balance between Behavioral Theory and Behavioral Practice in Transformation Projects, Jonathan Malpass and Steve Cassidy

Chapter 16: Conjoined capability, collective behavior and collaborative action: What’s the connection? Leroy White

Chapter 17: Behavioural Aspects of the New General Data Protection Regulation: A Consumer-centric Approach to Operations, Alexander Kharlamov

Chapter 18: How do we know anything? Philosophical issues in the collection and interpretation of operational research data, Ben Hardy and Philip Stiles

Chapter 19: Future Directions: Leroy White, Martin Kunc, Jonathan Malpass and Katharina Burger

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