Having pioneered the discipline of law firm competitive intelligence nearly 20 years ago, Applebaum shares her passion for the legal and CI industries as a speaker, writer, and contributor to blogs including 3 Geeks and a Law Blog on topics ranging from competitive intelligence to change management, qualitative data analysis, and personal branding.
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Applebaum has been a sessional instructor at the University of Toronto iSchool, Rutgers University, and a guest lecturer at law schools across North America. She honed her CI skills as the director of competitive intelligence at Bennett Jones LLP for more than a decade prior to taking on her current role as national director, market insights and engagement at Thomson Reuters in Canada.
In her role, she is responsible for client intelligence, market insights, and sales enablement. Registration is open for AALL members and nonmembers. The program will run from a. Participants are expected to arrive on time and stay for the duration of the session.
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This hotel block of rooms ensures easy access to the meeting location and networking opportunities. It is imperative that you book right away. The deadline for making your housing reservation to get this rate is September 20, Rates are subject to a Access provided by: anon Sign Out. Integrated Modeling for Location Analysis Abstract: Delivery of products and services relies on well-managed operations.
In designing large-scaled supply chain and service systems, locations of key facilities are critical decisions as these facilities form the backbone of operations of these systems. Integrated Modeling for Location Analysis develops analytical methodologies to inform the planning decisions for evaluating and selecting siting plans for facilities that ensure both convenient provision of products and services by customers and users and efficient operations. Facility location and network design has long been an integral topic of study in operations management.
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Earlier research focused mainly on a strategic view of accessibility and operational costs but often neglects the impacts of future tactical and operational activities to be conducted in the network, and optimizes objectives that do not fully reflect the long-term performance of the facility network.
In an attempt to rectify this shortcoming, researchers have proposed an integrated modeling approach that enhances the classical models by jointly considering strategic, tactical and operational activities in facility systems. As shown in a series of recent research, this integrated modeling approach can potentially deliver new insights into facility location problems in a variety of contexts.
Integrated Modeling for Location Analysis reviews some important concepts in this emerging stream of literature.
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Integrated Modeling for Location Analysis is aimed to serve as a reference for readers who like to develop their own models but are less familiar with this line of research.