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Role of Quantitative Techniques in Management Study

In today’s business world and almost in every aspect of daily living, quantitative techniques are used to assist in decision making. In order to work effectively in an organization, managers need to use quantitative techniques in a positive and consistent manner. Accountants, Economists, Marketing managers make decisions based on the information relating to the framework of the concerned business perspective. Such information is truly and increasingly quantitative and it is apparent that managers need a working knowledge of the procedures and techniques appropriate for analyzing and evaluating such information. Such analysis and business evaluation cannot be delegated to the specialist statistician or mathematician because of their limited understanding of the business relevance of such analysis.

In this article, we will explore why the understanding of quantitative techniques can be crucial in management careers:

Helps in objective analysis of complex business frameworks

Quantitative techniques in management study include methods or tools, which focus on objective measurement, and analyzing numbers in order to draw a conclusion about given problems. It is a scientific method or technique used by the business world for problem solving and decision-making. In simple words, these are a bunch of those methods and techniques that facilitate a business decision-making process. Although a new field of study, the study of quantitative techniques has a wide range of applications in business and other fields of life today. A person with sound judgment, intuition and clairvoyance will get an extra edge from the science of quantitative techniques.

It has multi-faceted applications in business environments

Today, quantitative methods have been found effective in the areas of Project Management, Operations, Research, Management Sciences, System Analysis, Decision Making Process or Decision Science and Statistical Methods etc. These tools and techniques are deployed for optimizing manpower, machines, materials, money and time.

It is an Important Tool for Managers Today

Quantitative Technique is a scientific approach to managerial decision-making. The successful use of quantitative techniques can help the organization in solving complex problems with greater accuracy, cost and time effectiveness. Today, scientific management techniques are available to managers for solving complex problems and boost overall efficiency.

Concluding Thoughts:

To an ever-increasing extent, modern management is adopting and applying quantitative techniques to support in the process of decision making. The methodical use of the appropriate tools can reduce an otherwise highly complex problem to one of the easiest manageable dimensions. The collection of these techniques has become casually known as ‘decision theory’. There is a growing consensus of opinion that the greatest impact of the quantitative approach is not only predominant in the area of problem-solving, rather on problem formulation too.

Understanding the subject of quantitative science and analysis can radically alter the way managers think about their problems. That is why futuristic business schools give special focus on this area to help future managers gain new insights, interpret the problems and share the insights with relevant stakeholders to reach a solution. Thus, a quantitative analysis could have a profound effect on the "art" of management.

Last Updated - 12 Feb 2019

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