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Sang M. Lee. Emeritus Management. Dr. Lee has authored or co-authored 57 books, mostly in the field of management. Management by Multiple Objectives. Goal Programming Methods for Multiple Objective Integer Programs. The Decision Science Process. in Management, University of Georgia. in Economics, Seoul National University. He has published more than 260 journal articles, and 750 original papers, and has presented over 2,000 speeches. He has visited over 160 universities as a distinguished visiting scholar around the globe.
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Management by objectives (MBO), also known as management by results (MBR), was first popularized by Peter Drucker in his 1954 book The Practice of Management. Management by objectives is the process of defining specific objectives within an organization that management can convey to organisation members, then deciding how to achieve each objective in sequence. This process allows managers to take work that needs to be done one step at a time to allow for a calm, yet productive work environment.
Academic Administration: Planning, Budgeting, and Decision Making with Multiple Objectives. Sang M. Lee, James C. Van Horn. William F. Massy, "Academic Administration: Planning, Budgeting, and Decision Making with Multiple Objectives. Van Horn," American Journal of Education 92, no. 2 (Fe. 1984): 228-232.
The locationallocation problem involves multiple shipping destinations, with known demands for a given product and known transportation costs from sources to destinations
The locationallocation problem involves multiple shipping destinations, with known demands for a given product and known transportation costs from sources to destinations. This paper presents an approach to facility location which allows the analysis of multiple conflicting goals as an extension of previous solution approaches. Specifically, the paper applies the branch and bound integer goal programming approach to the locationallocation problem.
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Publisher: Petrocelli Books Inc.,U.S.; First Edition edition (February 1982)
Pages: 225 pages