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< previous page page_xii next page > Page xii alternative approaches to problem management retained in case the character ascribed to the problem situation should change in the opinion of concerned individuals. Sophisticated users of TSI will, indeed, operate simultaneously with different views of the problem situation and with "dominant" and "supportive" methodologies to ''sweep in" both the main issue of concern as well as significant side issues. Let us now rehearse these arguments again, but this time in the context of explaining the structure of the book. Consider the following tasks: Optimising the number and arrangement of supermarket check-out points to reduce waiting time to a minimum, given certain cost constraints.
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Designing a petrochemical plant. Pollution control for water authorities. Structuring an organisation which exists in a business environment of rapid technological and market change. Assisting decision making in a
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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