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Introduction to Management Science

by Bernard W. Taylor

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0131961330, Hardcover)

For courses in Management Science, Quantitative Methods or Decision Models. This widely adopted text presents an accessible introduction to the techniques and applications of management science. It is designed to make the subject easy to understand, interesting and accessible for students with limited mathematical background or skills. The author focuses on management science not only as a collection of techniques and processes, but as a philosophy and method for approaching problems in a logical manner, and includes spreadsheets with solutions in every chapter.

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