Analytical Approaches to Strategic Decision-Making: Interdisciplinary Considerations
Release Date: April, 2014. Copyright © 2014. 417 pages.
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ISBN13: 9781466659582, ISBN10: 1466659580, EISBN13: 9781466659599
Using interdisciplinary approaches to strategic management can strengthen the decision making process. Incorporating various methods will also encourage productivity, expand knowledge of participants, and increase technical proficiency.
Analytical Approaches to Strategic Decision-Making: Interdisciplinary Considerations aims to integrate different techniques into the world’s fast-changing and dynamic society to better equip all readers and practitioners with the most effective knowledge. Managers, CEOs, researchers, and academics in the fields of business and leadership will all benefit from this valuable resource through an enhanced understanding of best practices in decision-making and management.
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Kouroush Jenab, Saeid Moslehpour
Precision manufacturing is a process to produce products with tolerances smaller than 1 part in 104 or 105. The process is based on dimensional...
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Specialists in marketing, operations, management, and other aspects of business look at strategic decision making from perspectives of organizational and strategic decisions, sales and financial analytics, and production and operations analytics. Among the topics are implications and philosophical requirements of a comprehensive dialectical inquiry system, the impact of chasing technology on consumer purchase behavior, practical machine learning in financial trend prediction, ordering policy in a two-warehouse environment for deteriorating items under inflationary conditions, and failure analysis in precision manufacturing.
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- Consumer Purchase Decisions
- Decision Making
- Diversification Decision Making
- Failure Analysis
- Internet Banking Adoption
- Multi-Objective Problems
- Specialization Decision Making