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Practice Conference Blog
The INFORMS Practice Conference blog will appear on the front page of the INFORMS Practice Conference website before, throughout, and after the meeting. Look back frequently for posts from our stable of bloggers:
|Ann Bixby, Aspentech
Srinivas Bollaprogada, GE Research
Peter Buczkowski, Disney
Allen Butler, Daniel H. Wagner Associates
Jeff Camm, University of Cincinnati
Adam Clark, Department of Defense
Mary Grace Crissey, SAS
Walt DeGrange, US Navy
|Kevin Geraghty, 360i
Kathy Lange, SAS
David Leonhardi, Boeing
Michael McCoy, Boeing
Michael Trick, Carnegie Mellon
Glenn Wegryn, P&G
Jim Williams, Land O'Lakes, Inc.
Be sure to post your own comments to the blog.
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