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Complex Operational and Organizational Problems

Topic: Data Collection

Dr. Dean S. Hartley III

Data availability can range from provided-at-the-start of the project, to hunt for computerized sources, to hunt for paper sources, to create questionnaires for human sources, to just plain not available.  Sometimes data collection is not a significant part of a project and sometimes it is a major issue in conducting the project.

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Year Client Project
1978 Milliken & Co. Fashion Fabrics Define how to enter the dress business.
1979 Milliken & Co. Carpets Develop just-in-time scheduling for inventory control.
1983 Milliken & Co. Carpets Develop customer financial-support analyses.
1983 Milliken & Co. Carpets Develop marketing and sales forecasts.
1983 Milliken & Co. Carpets Lead the Information Management Task Force.
1990 Future Battle Lab Evaluate the use of SIMNET in WAREX 3-90.
1990 NAVAIR Systems Command Analyze UAV cost and training effectiveness.
1994 US Coast Guard Conduct OPA 90 analyses.
1998 US Forces Japan Recommend a statement of work for US Forces Japan Construction Management procurement.
2000 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Make recommendations on FBI staffing.
2001 Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (DMSO) Specify the architecture and create an OOTW Toolbox.
2001 US Army Medical Research and Material Command (MRMC) Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) Advise on portable computerized medical records for soldiers.
2012 TRAC Create a the IW metric ontology 2 from the total ontology.
2014 Hartley Consulting Create an IW ontology GUI for the IW metric ontology 2.

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Solving Complex Operational and Organizational Problems
Dr. Dean S. Hartley III, Principal