Sascha Meng

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Strategic decisions provide the setting in which precise and rational decisions can be made, in our case ad-hoc and operational (SEAK) or proactive and tactical (RIKOV) decisions. Following the considerations of French et al. (2009), strategic decisions tend to be associated with unstructured or non-programmed problems. They intend to support(More)
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