An analysis of management science staffing in Texas
Williams, John Garland
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Much emphasis today is being placed upon management science techniques, both quantitative as uell as qualitative, as tools for assisting the business manager in reaching more effective and accurate decisions. This trend has brought about many problems that top management must solve. It is the main objective of this report to investigate just one of these problem areas, namely the problem of staffing these types of management science positions. In other words, what general types of personnel are best qualified for work in the management science field as determined by management scientists in Texas? Thus, this report will attempt to answer this question by developing a basic criterion to meet the general personnel requirements for organizing and selecting an effective, efficient management science staff.