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By (author) John Powell, By (author) John Harris

By (author) John Powell, By (author) John Harris. Part of a series offering an approach to the world of business decision making, this volume focuses on mathematical aspects. The series is designed to cover the requirements of the Cambridge and AEB A level business studies syllabuses. The core subjects are contained in five books and there is an answer guide for the case studies book. Each volume in the series provides an analysis of the problems and behaviour within organizations.

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Each book provides the reader with a rigorous and challenging. Part of a series on the world of business decision making, covering the requirements of the Cambridge and AEB A level syllabuses.

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Quantitative decision making is most useful when there is a rational policy for obtaining the outcomes. Rationality, used in this sense, means that the decision is a consequence of all the inputs having been applied systematically to a decision-making methodology. Normally, the project manager makes the decision by following the organization's decision policy in favor of the most advantageous quantitative value. Such an orientation facilitates adding to the tree by adding paper to the right.

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Part of a series offering an approach to the world of business decision making, this volume focuses on mathematical aspects. The series is designed to cover the requirements of the Cambridge and AEB A-level business studies syllabuses. The core subjects are contained in five books and there is an answer guide for the case studies book. Each volume in the series provides an analysis of the problems and behaviour within organizations. The materials used to explore key concepts and principles have been drawn from various areas of business activity: the public and private sectors; industrial and commercial organizations; and non-profit making institutions. This teacher's guide introduces topic areas, clarifies objectives and suggests approaches to using the materials and to tackling various themes.
Quantitative Decision Making: Tchrs' (Understanding Business) download epub
Management & Leadership
Author: John Powell,John Harris
ISBN: 0582067928
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Longman; 2nd edition (October 1991)
Pages: 120 pages