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Bert De Reyck

Professor, University College London, UK
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Bert De Reyck is a professor of management science and innovation at University College London and adjunct professor at the London Business School. Previously, he held positions at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, and the Rotterdam School of Management. He is an authority on decision-making, risk management, project management, and project portfolio management. Professor De Reyck’s awardwinning research has been published in numerous scientific and professional journals, and applications of his work can be found in industries such as pharmaceuticals, energy, and aerospace. He is also a multiple award-winning educator. He is a member of the Institute for Management Science and Operations Research (INFORMS), the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE), and the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Articles by this Author

  • Using Decision Analysis to Value R&D Projects
    by Bert De Reyck
    Project portfolio management, the equivalent of financial portfolio management but focused on R&D projects rather than financial assets, often relies on decision analysis methods to value projects rather than traditional financial valuation methods such as net present value (NPV). In finance, the idea of managing portfolios of assets goes back a long time, with the first formal methods being developed in the 1950s. Simply put, assembling a...

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