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Linear Program Applications - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives
Take a closer look at the uses of linear programming to make marketing decisions, reduce financial risks, increase profits, and tackle assignment or scheduling tasks. This chapter's engaging video lessons and multiple-choice quizzes can help you discover the applications of this management tool in fields including:
- Operations management
|Marketing Applications of Linear Programs for Media Selection & Marketing Research||Learn how linear programming models can be used in the marketing research and media selection processes.|
|Financial Applications of Linear Programs for Portfolio Selection, Financial Planning, & Financial Mix Strategy||Explore the uses of linear programming to make financial decisions.|
|Operations Management Applications of Linear Programs: Make vs. Buy, Production Scheduling, & Workforce Assignments||Discover the applications of linear programming to manage scheduling and assignment tasks as well as production and purchasing decisions.|
1. Marketing Applications of Linear Programs for Media Selection & Marketing Research
Do you want to learn more about how to use linear programming techniques for marketing applications? This lesson will help you understand how to use linear programming to do marketing research, media selection, or even pick a marketing strategy.
2. Financial Applications of Linear Programs for Portfolio Selection, Financial Planning & Financial Mix Strategy
In the world of corporate finance, companies are constantly choosing among available courses of action. These decisions are often subject to a variety of constraints. Let's explore how linear programming can help!
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