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A case study on forecasting new product sales based on data from previous products and competitor sales, using established models to structure the forecast and a multidimensional fit to market data to get the right numbers.

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=248

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=248

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As a follow-up to the game theory articles, S4U suggests an interview in The European:

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=243

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=243

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The long-announced part 2 of the article on game theory: How useful is game theory as a tool for company planning?

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=207

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=207

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Strategies for Uncertainty takes a quick look at a McKinsey article on risk culture.

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=214

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=214

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"Bayes’ Theorem can actually save you from spending money on strategy consultants like me, which should be sufficient to get most corporate employees’ attention."

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=186

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=186

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A new perspective on strategic decision-making and uncertainty from a new author on S4U: Vancore's Reinhard Vanhöfen writes about the seven essences of decision-making.

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=174

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=174

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Game theory is considered an interesting tool for strategy development. The latest article takes a look at how powerful it really is. In his latest book, FAZ editor and columnist Frank Schirrmacher blames game theory for a loss of social responsibility and the breakdown of communism. How realistic is that allegation?

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=126

http://www.strategies-for-uncertainty.com/?p=126

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