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Can you give at least 2 applications 

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It can be applied in marketing planning, financial planning, and even scheduling.

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Scheduling and time management 

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Government Planning

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supply chain management and resource allocation

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Manufacturing and Logistics

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Many different use cases can benefit from the use of operations research, including:  Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM).

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1. Allocation and Distribution Projects

2. Production and Facilities Planning


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It can be applied in financial planning as well as supply chain management because it can target the maximum and minimum levels of such.

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An OR is used in the following two applications: healthcare and education

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I think we can use it in supply chain management, finance, production, manufacturing and in strategic planning

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We can use it in supply chain management, production, finance, manufacturing and in strategic planning

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I believe it can be utilized in strategic planning, finance, production, and supply chain management.

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Marketing and Finance 

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Marketing and Finance

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1. allocation and distribution in projects

2. Organization Behavior


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Program Decision and  Research and Development

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PLANNING

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healthcare and manufacturing

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It can be applied inventory control, marketing balance projection, and production scheduling. 

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FINANCIAL 

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 



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It can be applied Inventory control, marketing balance projection, and production scheduling.