quantitative decision making current issue event article and summary

Quantitative Decision Making:

Current Issue/Event Article and Summary

The current event must relate to my class.

During weeks 2, 3, and 4, one of the course requirements is that you find and summarize a current issue/event. Your source must be from a reputable source (e.g., peer-reviewed journal, respected business or industry journal, valid company web site, etc.). Find article about some current issue/event (article and/or event must be within the last 2 years) related to one or more of the topics covered that week, or as indicated in this assignment.

Submit to Discussion Board

  • (2-3 sentences) Write a brief summary, and explain how it relates to the course content. Try to relate it to some of your work, education, or personal experiences.
  • (1 question) Write a discussion question, as if you were going to use this article as the basis for a class discussion. The discussion should be open-ended and require thought and/or research to answer (not a yes/no, or just a factual response question from the article).
  • At least 250 words.
  • Citation. Include the proper citation in APA format. See the APA Style GuideLinks to an external site. produced by the UNH Writing Center.
  • If the article is in PDF or other downloadable format (rather than directly viewable on a web page), attach the file to your post.

Parameters

  • Topics for Week 2: Topics covered in Chapters 1, 2, 11, 3, 4
  • You must make your post to the discussion board before you will be able to see anyone else’s post. This is by design!
  • Once you have made your post, browse through some of the other posts. You can respond to a few as well.

Real World Case That My professor mentioned in class:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-19/robots-are-making-your-sushi-and-that-s-good-for-the-economy

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-03-02/china-is-turning-ethiopia-into-a-giant-fast-fashion-factory

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-04-09/yes-these-chickens-are-on-the-blockchain

https://freakonomics.com/podcast/project-management/

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