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Excel Models for Business and Operations Management +D3
     

Excel Models for Business and Operations Management +D3

by John Barlow
 

Excel Models for Business and Operations Management adopts a structured approach to management decision-making by integrating the activities of a manufacturing organization. The text is entirely assignment-based and uses Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet tool to develop over seventy models from finance, marketing and operations management. In addition, a full chapter

Overview

Excel Models for Business and Operations Management adopts a structured approach to management decision-making by integrating the activities of a manufacturing organization. The text is entirely assignment-based and uses Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet tool to develop over seventy models from finance, marketing and operations management. In addition, a full chapter is devoted to Excel's macro language Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). The book's learn-by-example approach helps to develop both mathematical and analytical skills by focusing on the practical aspects of business model-building. Excel Models for Business and Operations Management features

• VBA database application with full macro listing

• Formula templates for all models provided throughout the text

• Data disk containing all spreadsheet files supplied with the book

• End-of-chapter exercises with answers

• Detailed notes on Excel functions and commands
Excel Models for Business and Operations Management is ideally suited to intermediate and advanced undergraduate, as well as MBA courses in business studies, finance, accounting, information technology, and operations management. It should also be of interest to managers and analysts who want to develop their model-building skills.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471983507
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
12/16/1998
Edition description:
BOOK&DISK
Pages:
390
Product dimensions:
7.48(w) x 9.33(h) x 0.96(d)

Meet the Author

John F. Barlow has extensive teaching experience - previously at the Universities of Cape Town, South Africa and Wollongong, Australia, currently at the Dublin Institute of Technology. He has held various positions in computer consultancy and the petroleum industry, and has published numerous papers in the areas of computer applications and systems management.

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