Business Modelling

John Tennent, Graham Friend - Guide to Business Modelling [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rotten comics at April 19, 2016
John Tennent, Graham Friend - Guide to Business Modelling [Repost]

John Tennent, Graham Friend - Guide to Business Modelling
2005 | ISBN: 1861979150 | English | 287 pages | PDF | 3.2 MB

Automating Business Modelling  

Posted by ChrisRedfield at Nov. 4, 2014
Automating Business Modelling

Yun-Heh Chen-Burger, Dave Robertson - Automating Business Modelling
Published: 2004-12-16 | ISBN: 1852338350 | PDF | 322 pages | 4 MB
Business Modelling in the Dynamic Digital Space: An Ecosystem Approach (Repost)

Business Modelling in the Dynamic Digital Space: An Ecosystem Approach By Omar A El Sawy, Francis Pereira
2012 | 74 Pages | ISBN: 3642317642 | PDF | 3 MB

Guide to Business Modelling (Repost)  

Posted by step778 at April 17, 2013
Guide to Business Modelling (Repost)

John Tennent, Graham Friend, "Guide to Business Modelling"
2005 | pages: 287 | ISBN: 1861979150 | PDF | 3,2 mb
Business Modelling in the Dynamic Digital Space: An Ecosystem Approach (Repost)

Business Modelling in the Dynamic Digital Space: An Ecosystem Approach By Omar A El Sawy, Francis Pereira
2012 | 74 Pages | ISBN: 3642317642 | PDF | 2 MB
Business Modelling in the Dynamic Digital Space: An Ecosystem Approach (Repost)

Business Modelling in the Dynamic Digital Space: An Ecosystem Approach By Omar A El Sawy, Francis Pereira
2012 | 74 Pages | ISBN: 3642317642 | PDF | 3 MB
Business Modelling in the Dynamic Digital Space: An Ecosystem Approach

Business Modelling in the Dynamic Digital Space: An Ecosystem Approach By Omar A El Sawy, Francis Pereira
2012 | 74 Pages | ISBN: 3642317642 | PDF | 3 MB
Guide to Business Modelling, Second Edition (Economist Series)

John Tennent, Graham Friend "Guide to Business Modelling, Second Edition (Economist Series)"
Bloomberg Press | 2005-07-27 | ISBN: 1861979150 | 281 pages | PDF | 2,8 MB

Quantitative Methods for Business  

Posted by Book-er at Oct. 2, 2011
Quantitative Methods for Business

Quantitative Methods for Business by Donald Waters
Pren tice Hall | English | 2011 | ISBN: 0273739476 | 624 pages | PDF | 8 MB

Managers in every organisation use quantitative methods. One of their essential skills is the ability to understand numerical information and use it for decision making. Not surprisingly, management students do a course in quantitative methods, typically with names like quantitative analysis, decision analysis, business modelling or financial methods. This book gives an introduction to methods that are widely used in business, which every student of management will meet somewhere in their course. Whether you are studying for an HND, a first degree, an MBA or postgraduate degree, or a professional qualification, the book covers key topics in an easy to follow and practical way.
Understanding UMTS Radio Network Modelling, Planning and Automated Optimisation: Theory and Practice

Understanding UMTS Radio Network Modelling, Planning and Automated Optimisation: Theory and Practice
John Wiley & Sons | ISBN 0470015675 | PDF | 2006 | 544 pages | 9,15 MB

This book sets out to provide the theoretical foundations that will enable radio network planners to plan model and optimize radio networks using state-of-the-art findings from around the globe. It adopts a logical approach, beginning with the background to the present status of UMTS radio network technology, before devoting equal coverage to planning, modelling and optimization issues. All key planning areas are covered, including the technical and legal implications of network infrastructure sharing, hierarchical cell structure (HCS) deployment, ultra-high-site deployment and the benefits and limitations of using computer-aided design (CAD) software. Theoretical models for UMTS technology are explained as generic system models, stand-alone services and mixed services. Business modelling theory and methods are put forward, taking in propagation calculations, link-level, UMTS static and UMTS dynamic simulations. The challenges and goals of the automated optimization process are explored in depth using cutting-edge cost function and optimization algorithms. This theory-based resource containing prolific illustrative case studies explains the reasons for UMTS radio networks performance issues and how to use this foundational knowledge to model, plan and optimize present and future systems.