Forecasting news and blogs

Academics join industry representatives in forecasting workshop 29/04/15

Academics join industry representatives in forecasting workshop

Representatives from Satori Partners and Euro Car Parts Ltd have joined academics from Lancaster University Management School for a one-day workshop in London.

Slot machining 20/04/15

Slot machining

On AirTrafficManagement.net, Konstantinos Zografos explains why voluntary scheduling guidelines developed and evolved over the years are not delivering the necessary levels of efficiency, and what is being done about it.

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Visiting Professor from Jiangsu University returns to China 07/01/15

Visiting Professor from Jiangsu University returns to China

Professor Shaohui Ma has just returned to his home university – Jiangsu University of Science and Technology in China – after a successful year-long visit to the Lancaster Centre for Forecasting where he worked with Professor Robert Fildes on modelling and forecasting promotions.

Professor’s lifetime achievement award 09/12/14

Professor’s lifetime achievement award

A Lancaster Forecasting expert has been honoured by the world’s leading operational research association.

John Boylan joins the Centre for Forecasting 27/11/14

John Boylan joins the Centre for Forecasting

Lancaster University Centre for Forecasting is proud to announce that Professor John Boylan is to join Lancaster University Management School and the Forecasting Centre from January 2015.

How forecasting undermines the need for zero hour contracts 21/11/14

How forecasting undermines the need for zero hour contracts

Robert Fildes, writing in The Conversation, asks whether employers really need to rely on using zero hour contracts to manage large numbers of staff.