MGT3373 -IM Week2 (Heizer 10e)

MGT3373-IM Week2 - Instruction Module MGT3373 Week2(Heizer 10e Instructor Comments/Notes Reminder Students are encouraged to read as much of the

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Instruction Module MGT3373 – Week2 (Heizer 10e) Instructor Comments/Notes: Reminder : Students are encouraged to read as much of the text material as they can. My recommendations represent what I consider to be the minimum reading/”pondering” required to grasp the subject matter. Again, the specific quantitative techniques are best treated in more focused courses. In this course, students are expected to understand their intent and applicability. We will emphasize the fundamental operational concepts and management theories. Reminder : In this Instruction Module (and every one to follow) I will ‘recommend’ several textbook discussion questions, even-number exercises, and Case studies for you to attempt/study. Although I will ultimately provide the solutions/answers, I urge you to work them on your own before reading the solution/answer as a pre-test of your comprehension. I will also give you the solutions to additional problems in the Course Material section of my Blackboard page. . The purpose, of course, is to enhance your process of self-study. This mimics what is normally done in a classroom presentation: review of the material
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2011 for the course MGT 3373 taught by Professor Kitahara during the Spring '09 term at Troy.

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