Quantitative Methods for Business: The A to Z of QM by John Buglear
By John Buglear
Quantitative tools for enterprise: The A-Z of QM will permit readers to:*Appreciate the importance of quantitative equipment for companies and the research of business*Understand and practice quite a lot of quantitative techniques*Select applicable quantitative concepts for info research, challenge fixing and determination making*Interpret and converse the result of quantitative research * The writing variety of the textual content is apparent and easy-to-read and persist with * every one bankruptcy contains assistance on utilizing Excel, Minitab and SPSS to provide the research defined and offers labored examples and overview questions.* version options are supplied all through with additional recommendations on hand on an internet site to accompany the publication.
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