Applied management science: a computer-integrated approach for decision making, Volume 1
This text aims to show students how to use the management science results in actual managerial decision-making. It focuses on real-world applications and software rather than straight mathematics. It should prepare students for the challenging situations faced by management scientists every day as they: gain a familiarity with current management science approaches; build skills in quantitative decision-making; improve their overall knowledge of business; improve communication skills; and develop a strong familiarity with relevant computer programs.
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