Quantitative Methods for Decision Makers
This text provides the MBA students with a detailed understanding of both the role and purpose of quantitative techniques in effective management and in the process of managerial decision-making. In addition to focusing on specific quantitative skills development, it provides the potential management with a detailed overview of how such techniques fit into the management process. The text encompasses a mixture of quantitative methods typical to MBA courses including data presentation and analysis techniques, statistical techniques and basic operational research models. Each chapter is preceded by a detailed set of learning objectives, contains business cases and ends with exercises, solutions and a summary of the key topics introduced. public and private sector oragnizations, and real data sets and illustrative examples are included. Each chapter contains detailed learning objectives, exercises, and detailed student activity, with solutions and summary. students all of whom take a core module in quantitative methods, postgraduate and post-experience students of quantitative methods, those taking professional courses such as those run by ACCA and CIMA, and final-year undergraduates studying quantitative methods on business studies programmes.
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