All our courses in Oslo are now being held in an inspirational setting at Mathallen

30. April 2017By decisionnodesNews

After moving into our new offices in Maridalsveien 15e we now hold all our courses in Oslo at Mathallen. There we have spacious classrooms and it is an inspiring environment for both learning and making new contacts with fellow participants. We believe that great learning is also associated with great food in a pleasant environment. Therefore, we usually serve a small snack from Handwerk during the breaks. For lunch we get served food from Barramon, Norway's only Pintxos bar or Scandinavia, which is a Nordic food concept. On our 2-day course, we invite you to dinner at Hitchhiker where they serve street food-inspired food that is both exciting and filling. Food and soft drinks are always included in our course fee.

Read more about our most popular course here (the next course dates are 20-21 June and 23-24 August) or see the complete course overview at the bottom of this page. We also arrange courses on request and can of course also hold courses in other premises if it is more practical.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Vulkan is centrally located in Oslo between St. Hanshaugen in the west, Grünerløkka in the east and Alexander Kielland's place in the north. The area is a fusion of culture and creative business with lots to experience within culture, education, nightlife, food and drink.

Trams 11, 12 and 13 stop at Schous place. Here you can easily go down to Nordre gate and across the bridge to Vulkan. Bus 54 and 34 stop in Møllerveien. Go down Møllerveien and turn into Dansens Hus. Subway / train: If you want to take a subway or train, it is only a 15 minute stroll from the Railway Market.

If you come by car, you can park in Vulkan P-house, with over 450 parking spaces. Here are also charging offers for electric cars with 100 safe and modern charging stations. The entrance to the P-house is from Maridalsveien, at Westerdals.

Do you need accommodation? We recommend the Scandic hotel - it is clean, nice and you look straight down at Mathallen where the course is held. Remember to state the discount code you receive when signing up.

DecisionNodes is located here - you may have visited us earlier? In the floor below us you will find Handwerk, serving wonderful pastries and our regular sweets supplier for our courses.

Here the course is held, in well lit rooms on the second floor inside Mathallen. Enter the main entrance and take the stairs (or the elevator) onto the second floor. The staircase is in the middle of the corridor once you have entered the outside glass door. Upstairs on the second floor you will see signs giving further directions. Are you out early? Take a look inside Mathallen first.

OUR COURSES

General courses


S01 – Combine experience, intuition and analysis

S01 – Combine experience, intuition and analysis

6. October 2015

2-day course: Learn the fundamentals of decision analysis. How to structure different types of decision problems. Identify key aspects, main value drivers and relevant risks. Optimise sequences of decisions and possible outcomes. Evaluate costs and benefits of data gathering programs. Identify real options, non-linearities and strategic values. Present and communicate decision alternatives. … Read More

SC01 – Framing and problem structuring

SC01 – Framing and problem structuring

6. October 2015

1-day course: Learn different framing and problem structuring techniques to increase the likelihood of capturing what is important early on, align team members and maximise value creation. Learn how to identify key decisions and relevant risks and uncertainties as early as possible. Present and communicate decision alternatives, main value drivers, risks and recommendations. … Read More

SC02 – Decision modelling for insight

SC02 – Decision modelling for insight

6. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to build decision models to increase the likelihood of capturing what is important early on. Construct models to reflect the problem structure for various decision problems. Course participants are guided through the process of building a simple decision model using Excel by Microsoft and @Risk by Palisade*. The model is used in team exercises to illustrate the value of proper modelling, insightful result plots and best practice workflows. … Read More

SC03 – Evaluating real options

SC03 – Evaluating real options

6. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to use a structured approach to identify real options in different types of projects. Incorporate the real options into the initial problem structure and estimate the value of the options. Weigh the cost of incorporating flexibility into the project against the probability and value potential of capturing upside. … Read More

SC04 – Decision analysis for managers

SC04 – Decision analysis for managers

7. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to interpret and gain insight from decision modelling results, establish best-practice workflows, use different types of economic indicators, distinguish between relevant and irrelevant project risks and optimise projects and portfolios under capital constraints. Examples are used to illustrate how high quality decisions derive from the right combination of thought, collaboration, computation and communication. … Read More

SC05 – Evaluating new technologies

SC05 – Evaluating new technologies

5. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to utilise technology readiness levels, technology novelty categories and decision/governance processes to evaluate and compare relevant technologies. Calculate key technology risks and incorporate them into the problem structure. Communicate main value drivers for the technology options as well as for the project as a whole and compare competing alternatives in a consistent way. Learn to differentiate between enabler and enhancer technologies and value potential on project and portfolio level. … Read More

Oil & energy courses


F01 – Multi-disciplinary field trip

F01 – Multi-disciplinary field trip

9. January 2016

5-day field trip: Learn how to extract critical geological information and understand its implication for volume estimation, producability, drainage strategy, drilling strategy, development concept and value. Identify key value drivers and contribute to constructive multi-disciplinary discussions at the intersection between geo-modelling and project modelling using decision models and decision analysis methodology. … Read More

E01 – Exploration and appraisal projects

E01 – Exploration and appraisal projects

10. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to estimate the economic value of a prospect based on an optimised sequence of decisions and possible outcomes. Adapt a fit for purpose approach given the incomplete data availability and the fact that many of the assumptions made are often conceptual and based on analogues. Estimate geological and commercial risks and evaluate the costs and benefits of appraisal and other data gathering programs. … Read More

E02 – Early phase projects

E02 – Early phase projects

10. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to bring a discovery from appraisal to concept selection and development. Learn how all elements from reservoir to market can be included in the analysis and how different appraisal programs, development alternatives and drainage strategies can be compared. Present and communicate decision alternatives, main value drivers, risks and recommendations. … Read More

Alle våre kurs i Oslo holdes nå i inspirerende omgivelser på Mathallen

30. April 2017By decisionnodesNyheter

Etter at vi flyttet inn i våre nye kontorer i Maridalsveien 15e holder vi nå alle våre kurs i Oslo på Mathallen. Der har vi gode kurslokaler og det er et inspirerende miljø for både læring og knytting av nye kontakter med andre kursdeltakere. Vi har tro på at god læring også henger sammen med god mat i hyggelige omgivelser. Derfor serverer vi gjerne noe å bite i fra Handwerk i pausene. Til lunch får vi servert mat fra Barramon, Norges eneste Pintxos-bar eller Skandinavia som er et spiseri med nordisk mat på menyen. På våre 2-dagers kurs inviterer vi på middag på Hitchhiker der de serverer streetfood-inspirert mat som er både spennende og mettende. Mat og leskedrikker er alltid inkludert i kursavgiften vår.

Gjennom alle våre kurs blir det med andre ord gode muligheter for å gjøre seg nye bekjentskaper over god mat og gjøre hodet klart igjen til mer fagpåfyll. Les mer om vårt mest populære kurs her (neste kursdatoer er 20-21. juni og 23-24. august) eller se den fullstendige kursoversikten nederst i denne nyhetsposten. Vi arrangerer også kurs på forespørsel og kan selvsagt også holde kurs i andre lokaler hvis det er mer praktisk.

PRAKTISK INFORMASJON

Vulkan ligger sentralt til i Oslo mellom St. Hanshaugen i vest, Grünerløkka i øst og Alexander Kiellands plass i nord. Området er en fusjon av kultur og kreativt næringsliv med mye spennende innenfor kultur, utdanning, uteliv, mat og drikke.

Trikk 11, 12 og 13 stopper på Schous plass. Her tar man seg enkelt ned til Nordre gate og over broen til Vulkan. Buss 54 og 34 stopper i Møllerveien. Gå ned Møllerveien og sving inn ved Dansens Hus. T-bane/tog: Ønsker du å ta t-bane eller tog, er det kun en 15 minutters rusletur fra Jernbanetorget.

Dersom du kommer med bil kan du parkere i Vulkan P-hus, med over 450 parkeringsplasser. Her er det også ladetilbud for elbil med 100 sikre og moderne ladestasjoner. Innkjøring til P-huset er fra Maridalsveien, ved Westerdals.

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Trenger du overnatting? Vi anbefaler Scandic hotel - det er rent, pent og du ser rett ned på Mathallen hvor kurset holdes. Husk å oppgi rabattkoden du får tildelt ved påmelding.

DecisionNodes holder til her – du har kanskje vært og besøkt oss tidligere? I etagen under oss ligger Handwerk, fantastisk bakverk og vår faste søtsakleverandør på kurs.

Her holdes kurset, i lyse lokaler i andre etage inne på Mathallen. Gå inn hovedinngangen og ta trappen (eller heisen) opp i andre etage. Trappen ligger i mellomgangen med en gang du har kommet inn glassdøren. Vel oppe i andre etage ser du skilt som anviser veien videre. Er du tidlig ute? Ta en kikk rundt inne på mathallen først.

VÅRE KURS

Generelle kurs


S01 – Combine experience, intuition and analysis

S01 – Combine experience, intuition and analysis

6. October 2015

2-day course: Learn the fundamentals of decision analysis. How to structure different types of decision problems. Identify key aspects, main value drivers and relevant risks. Optimise sequences of decisions and possible outcomes. Evaluate costs and benefits of data gathering programs. Identify real options, non-linearities and strategic values. Present and communicate decision alternatives. … Read More

SC01 – Framing and problem structuring

SC01 – Framing and problem structuring

6. October 2015

1-day course: Learn different framing and problem structuring techniques to increase the likelihood of capturing what is important early on, align team members and maximise value creation. Learn how to identify key decisions and relevant risks and uncertainties as early as possible. Present and communicate decision alternatives, main value drivers, risks and recommendations. … Read More

SC02 – Decision modelling for insight

SC02 – Decision modelling for insight

6. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to build decision models to increase the likelihood of capturing what is important early on. Construct models to reflect the problem structure for various decision problems. Course participants are guided through the process of building a simple decision model using Excel by Microsoft and @Risk by Palisade*. The model is used in team exercises to illustrate the value of proper modelling, insightful result plots and best practice workflows. … Read More

SC03 – Evaluating real options

SC03 – Evaluating real options

6. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to use a structured approach to identify real options in different types of projects. Incorporate the real options into the initial problem structure and estimate the value of the options. Weigh the cost of incorporating flexibility into the project against the probability and value potential of capturing upside. … Read More

SC04 – Decision analysis for managers

SC04 – Decision analysis for managers

7. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to interpret and gain insight from decision modelling results, establish best-practice workflows, use different types of economic indicators, distinguish between relevant and irrelevant project risks and optimise projects and portfolios under capital constraints. Examples are used to illustrate how high quality decisions derive from the right combination of thought, collaboration, computation and communication. … Read More

SC05 – Evaluating new technologies

SC05 – Evaluating new technologies

5. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to utilise technology readiness levels, technology novelty categories and decision/governance processes to evaluate and compare relevant technologies. Calculate key technology risks and incorporate them into the problem structure. Communicate main value drivers for the technology options as well as for the project as a whole and compare competing alternatives in a consistent way. Learn to differentiate between enabler and enhancer technologies and value potential on project and portfolio level. … Read More

Olje & energi kurs


F01 – Multi-disciplinary field trip

F01 – Multi-disciplinary field trip

9. January 2016

5-day field trip: Learn how to extract critical geological information and understand its implication for volume estimation, producability, drainage strategy, drilling strategy, development concept and value. Identify key value drivers and contribute to constructive multi-disciplinary discussions at the intersection between geo-modelling and project modelling using decision models and decision analysis methodology. … Read More

E01 – Exploration and appraisal projects

E01 – Exploration and appraisal projects

10. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to estimate the economic value of a prospect based on an optimised sequence of decisions and possible outcomes. Adapt a fit for purpose approach given the incomplete data availability and the fact that many of the assumptions made are often conceptual and based on analogues. Estimate geological and commercial risks and evaluate the costs and benefits of appraisal and other data gathering programs. … Read More

E02 – Early phase projects

E02 – Early phase projects

10. October 2015

1-day course: Learn how to bring a discovery from appraisal to concept selection and development. Learn how all elements from reservoir to market can be included in the analysis and how different appraisal programs, development alternatives and drainage strategies can be compared. Present and communicate decision alternatives, main value drivers, risks and recommendations. … Read More

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