Simulation Modeling Methods

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Business & Economics - 379 pages
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"Simulation Modeling Methods will help you understand and work the bugs out of your latest process improvements and systems - in the "laboratory" instead of the unforgiving real world. Use its methods to plan, implement, and analyze computer simulations, cut waste and increase efficiency in your organization's process design and redesign efforts, and enter the 21st century armed for victory in the ultracompetitive global business battlefield."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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I was new to business process management tools and looking for a reference book for project managers. This book is easy-to-read, practical, and insightful. It is not for programmers, rather for business analysts and project managers.

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What Is a Process?
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Measurement and Phase IV Continuous
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How Is Simulation Used in Business Process
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H. James Harrington, Ph.D., the visionary International Quality Advisor for Ernst & Young, added Business Process Improvement to today's business lexicon. with over 15 books to his credit and more than 45 years of experience, Dr. Harrington is considered one of the world's Performance Improvement gurus. Kerim Tumay, M.S., is the Vice President of Modeling and Simulation Solutions at CACI Products Company, and an accomplished author and lecturer on the subject of simulation modeling and analysis. Tumay has contributed to the successful use of simulation tools and methods in hundreds of organizations, including Boeing, DuPont, Ford, and Ernst & Young along with numerous academic institutions.