1-Lecture 0-2010 - Spring 2010 - G IE 398 - lecture 0 1 IE...

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Unformatted text preview: Spring 2010 - G IE 398 - lecture 0 1 IE 398 Systems Thinking De partment of Industrial Engineering METU - February 2010 a course on the methods and practice of OR/IE Spring 2010 - G IE 398 - lecture 0 2 instructors: alar Gven, Sinan Kayalgil assistants: Bra Atamer, Bilge elik textbook: Management Science Decision making through systems thinking HG Dllenbach & DC McNickle Palgrave 2005 course site https://online.metu.edu.tr/ lecture files, extra material etc. Spring 2010 - G IE 398 - lecture 0 3 course objective systems thinking is what makes OR/IE different from other engineering and management disciplines success in OR/IE will not be possible without ST the aim of this course is achieving competency and understanding of systemic inquiry (ie. search for truth) by studying systems thinking that complements disciplinary inquiry and quantitative analysis in order to enable effective application of IE knowledge Mission of the METU/IE Department Spring 2010 - G IE 398 - lecture 1 4 Mission The IE Department studies organised human activity and educates engineers capable of creating value in socio-technical systems . Our work is founded on critical reason and systems thinking and on strong quantitative analysis . Our approach emphasizes identifying and structuring issues and formulating problems, as much as it seeks to develop and implement effective courses of action. issue : an important topic or problem...
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1-Lecture 0-2010 - Spring 2010 - G IE 398 - lecture 0 1 IE...

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