Women in OR & Analytics
We are pleased to bring you this collection of award winning articles, written by leading Women in Operational Research & Analytics. Each article is featured in a publication of The Operational Research Society, and is free to view exclusively via this page, until the end of 2019.
|The Goodeve Medal is awarded in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to the philosophy, theory or practice of OR published in the Journal of the OR Society (JORS) within the relevant year.
|Predicting time-to-churn of prepaid mobile telephone customers using social network analysis
Aimée Backiel, Bart Baesens & Gerda Claeskens
|How many dentists does Sri Lanka need? Modelling to inform policy decisions
Sally Brailsford & Dileep De Silva
|Use of modelling to inform public health policy: a case study on the blood-borne transmission of variant-CJD
Sonya Crowe, P Bennett, M Daraktchiev & M Utley
|Effects of product postponement on the distribution network: a case study
S Kumar, D A Nottestad & Erin E Murphy
|Stafford Beer Medal|
|The Stafford Beer Medal is awarded in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to the philosophy, theory or practice of Information Systems published in the European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS) within the relevant year.
|Examining the intended and unintended consequences of organisational privacy safeguards
Rachida Parks, Heng Xu, Chao-Hsien Chu & Paul Benjamin Lowry
|Identity metamorphoses in digital disruption: a relational theory of identity
Anastasia Utesheva, Jason R Simpson & Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic
|Six types of IT-business strategic alignment: an investigation of the constructs and their measurement
Jennifer E Gerow, Jason Bennett Thatcher & Varun Grover
|Bridging the work/social divide: the emotional response to organizational social networking sites
Hope Koch, Ester Gonzalez & Dorothy Leidner
|Decision support or support for situated choice: lessons for system design from effective manual systems
Reeva Lederman & Robert B Johnston
|The Cook Medal is awarded in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to the philosophy, theory or practice of Knowledge Management published in Knowledge Management Research & Practice (KMRP) within the relevant period.
|Enabling integrated knowledge acquisition and management in health care teams
Duncan Pentland, Kirsty Forsyth, Donald Maciver, Mike Walsh, Richard Murray & Linda Irvine
|Deciding to use an enterprise wiki: the role of social institutions and scripts
Paul Jackson & Jane Klobas
|KD Tocher Medal|
|The KD Tocher Medal is awarded in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to the philosophy, theory or practice of simulation published in the Journal of Simulation within the relevant two year period.
|Using soft systems methodology to determine the simulation study objectives
|The Griffiths Medal is awarded in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to the philosophy, theory or practice of health systems published in the journal Health Systems within the relevant period.
|Facilitating the transition from manual to automated nurse rostering
Mihail Mihaylov, Pieter Smet, Wim Van Den Noortgate & Greet Vanden Berghe
|Facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration to tackle complex problems in health care: report from an exploratory workshop
Holly O Witteman & James E Stahl