Dr. Steve Tani | Strategic Decisions Group


McCombs School of Business

PhD, Engineering-Economic Systems, Stanford University, 1975 MS, Engineering-Economic Systems, Stanford University, 1968 BS, Engineering Science, Stanford University, 1967 Dr. Steven Tani is Partner and Fellow at Strategic Decisions Group. An experienced professional in decision and risk analysis, he has assisted a wide variety of clients in R&D portfolio management, new business entry strategy, capital investment decisions, decision analysis, and new product planning. His clients have included companies in the automotive, chemicals, electrical power generation, financial, food processing, industrial equipment, mining, office equipment, petrochemicals, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, timber, and transportation industries. .

In 2004, Dr. Tani was named the first SDG Fellow, a new distinction for those who have made extraordinary contributions to analytical disciplines. Over the course of his career, Dr. Tani has led many seminars and workshops in decision analysis and is a co-author of Handbook of Decision Analysis (Wiley, 2013). .

Before joining SDG, Dr. Tani was part of a small firm in London that develops dealer support software for the foreign exchange and money markets. He is a Fellow in the Society of Decision Professionals. .

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