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Wayne Winston

Wayne Winston Wayne is the professor of Decision Sciences at Indiana University's nationally ranked Kelly School of Business. He has won over 30 teaching awards, including the John and Esther Reese Professorship, and written over 20 journal articles and 15 books. His most recent book, Mathletics, explains the use of mathematics by professional sports teams and gamblers. Wayne has consulted for many organizations including the Dallas Mavericks, USA Diving, Cisco, Microsoft, US Army, Eli Lilly, Diamond Consulting, Tellabs, and Medtronics. He has also developed online spreadsheet modeling and mathematics courses for Harvard Business School Publishing. Finally, Wayne is a two time Jeopardy! champion.
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    Award-winning mathematics professor Wayne Winston explains how analytics can help your organization identify patterns in data and make better, more comprehensive decisions.

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