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IMA Conference on Numerical Methods for Simulation
Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
01 - 04 Sep 2015
 
OR2015
University of Vienna, Austria
01 - 04 Sep 2015
 
44th Annual Conference of the Operations Research Society of South Africa (ORSSA)
Pecan Manor, on the R560 road in the Hartbeespoort Valley, West of the lake
13 - 16 Sep 2015
 
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Special Interest Meetings

Mon 14 Sep   Analytics Network
Mon 28 Sep   Analytics Network
Mon 12 Oct   Analytics Network
Tue 13 Oct   Third Sector OR
Fri 16 Oct   Decision Analysis
Fri 16 Oct   Behavioural OR
Fri 16 Oct   Defence
Fri 16 Oct   Public Policy Design
Mon 26 Oct   Analytics Network
Mon 09 Nov   Analytics Network
Wed 18 Nov   Criminal Justice

Pro Bono O.R. in the Third Sector

       


The purpose of O.R. is to enable managers to make more effective decisions.

UK based organisations in the Third sector can now benefit from O.R. consultancy at no cost. The Operational Research society is offering third sector organisations the opportunity for free consultancy to help reduce costs and improve utilisation of limited resources.

The OR Society launched its O.R. Pro Bono initiative for UK based third sector organisations in September 2013. The society wants more organisations to benefit from operational research and recognises that third sector organisations have an even greater need to be more efficient. Organisations may seek a wide range of operational improvements:

  • Strategic planning/review
  • Impact measurement
  • Process improvement
  • Data analysis
  • Business planning
  • Efficiency improvement
  • Options appraisal
  • Decision making

Whatever the aim, O.R. can offer the flexibility and adaptability to provide objective help.

Whether you are an organisation looking to request Pro Bono O.R. support or an analyst who would like to become a volunteer, please use the tabs down the left hand side of the page to find out more information.

 

 

Ethical Property Foundation
Measuring impact more comprehensively
Elfrida Rathbone Camden (click to download)