Lecturer in Management Science
An expert on Decision Analysis, Dr Montibeller has extensive experience in applying it during the past 15 years, consulting to both private and public organisations in Europe and South America. With a first degree in Electrical Engineering (UFSC, Brazil, 1993), he started his career as an executive at British and American Tobacco. Moving back to academia, he was awarded a master's (UFSC, 1996) and a PhD in Production Engineering (UFSC/University of Strathclyde, UK, 2000). He then continued his studies as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Management Science at the University of Strathclyde (2002-2003).
Dr Montibeller is Area Editor of the Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis and a member of the executive committee of the International Society of Multi-Criteria Decision Making. He has published several papers in top scientific journals in the field, such as the European Journal of Operational Research, Decision Support Systems and OMEGA - The International Journal of Management Science. One of his papers, on the evaluation of strategic options and scenario planning, was awarded the Wiley Prize in Applied Decision Analysis. He is a visiting associate professor at the Warwick Business School and also at the University of Sao Paulo (Brazil).
Dr Montibeller has extensive experience in executive education, for both in-company training (for organisations such as Alcoa Inc. and Japan Tobacco Int.) and in MBA programmes. He is a regular speaker at LSE Enterprise executive training courses.
Dr Montibeller's main academic interest is on supporting strategic decisions in organisations which involve multiple and conflictive objectives, as well as uncertainties about the best way forward. His field of expertise and academic focus is decision analysis, in particular multi-criteria decision analysis, a set of scientific methodologies for supporting strategic decisions that involve multiple and conflicting objectives.
Strategic decision making
Decisions under risk and uncertainty
Decisions with multiple objectives
Facilitated decision modelling
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