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Identify business problems that can be characterized as mathematical programming problems.

BUSN312 Course Objective: CO1. Identify business problems that can be characterized as mathematical programming problems. CO2. Use operations research and management science techniques to solve a variety of business problems. CO3. Analyze management problems. CO4. Evaluate the role of decision making models and tools in resolving these problems CO5. Apply decision making techniques, concepts and methods. Forum Prompt: This week you will study two important areas that drive the success of any business: scheduling (chapter 16) and Project Management (Chapter 17). Your discussion forum challenge this week is to find one online resources in each of these areas (for a total of two resources). The resources you choose are to be authoritative, relevant to the subject matter you studied this week, and provide insights beyond what you learned from your textbook readings. Please, no software or Ad-based resources in this Discussion Forum. Please hyperlink both resources using the small chain-link button above in the banner above. First type in a one or two word description of your resource, then highlight it. Then copy and paste the URL address into the white box that opens when you click on the chain link icon. These two resources can be either: (a) a “short” YouTube video that provides an authoritative view of some aspect affecting business (not personal) scheduling or project management. This video can explain concepts, describe tools, cover methods, or introduce systems or (b) an authoritative Website dedicated to informing and educating readers on scheduling or project management tools, methods, or systems Once you have found two authoritative resources, provide for the following in your discussion forum: The presenters bona fides (creds) that caused you to believe the individual or organization is an authority on the subject (you will need to do some research on the individual or organization that provided the resource) A hyperlink (not just a URL) to the resource An overview of what this resource added to your learning that may not have been covered in your textbook Your response this week is also a little different, you are to review two student’s hyperlinked resources and critique what you learned.