Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions

ISBN Number : 978-81-8488-819-5

Student Price : Rs.380

Student Dollar Price : 15$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2010

No. Of Pages : 518

Book Weight :0

About The Book

This book consists of eleven chapters covering the entire syllabus of MBA program of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological Univesity of Andhra Pradesh. However, students of MBA program of any other university in India and also the students of any distance education program find this book very useful for their study. This book is written primarily to make it student friendly, especially students of non-engieering and non-mathematics back-ground in their graduate studies.

The special features of this book include exhibits, box illustrations, flow charts, tables, examples, solved problems, review questions and problems. Appendices and subject index are value additions.

 

Book Content of Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions
1. Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
2. Introduction to Goal and Dynamic Programming
3. Decision Analysis
4. Linear Programming Problems
5. Transportation Problems
6. Assignment Problems
7. Game Theory
8. Queuing theory
9. Simulation
10. Network Analysis
11. Replacement Model
Appendices
References

About The Author

K. Shridhara Bhat, a Graduate in Mechanical Engineering with postgraduate diploma in Industrial Management and Master`s degree in Business Administration is currently engaged in part-time teaching as a visiting professor and consultancy in the field of management education and industry.

Earlier, he worked as Professor and Head of the Department of Management Studies, East Point College of Engineering and Technology and BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore during the period of 1994 to 2005.

Before taking up teaching profession, he served Bharat Electronics for a period of about 26 years in the areas of Production and Operations Management, Materials Management, Research and Development, Human Resource Management, etc.

He has authored books in subjects such as – Production and Operations Management, Total Quality Management, Materials Management, Inventory Management, Business Process Reengineering, Operations Research and Quantitative Techniques, Management and Behavioural Processes, World-class Manufacturing, Logistics Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, etc.

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