Taylor, Introduction to Management Science | PearsonIntroduction to Management Science shows readers how to approach decision-making problems in a straightforward, logical way. MARKET : This text equips readers with the skills and knowledge they need to solve problems through the use of mathematical models and computer solutions that implement the latest technology. This widely-adopted introduction to the often mathematically rigorous techniques and applications of management science is designed to make the subject easy to understand, interesting -- and accessible -- for students with limited mathematical background or skills. Taylor 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 -- a skill that is applicable across disciplines and endeavors -- in all types of jobs in all types of organizations. His perspective is contemporary, his approach is "hands-on," and his pedagogy is abundant, supportive, and user-friendly -- for students and instructors alike.
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This item has been replaced by Introduction to Management Science, 12th Edition. View larger. Introduction to Management Science shows students how to approach decision-making problems in a straightforward, logical way. Through the use of clear explanations and examples, this text helps students learn how to solve problems and make decisions based on the results. The eleventh edition reflects the latest version of Excel, and provides many new problems for instructors to assign.