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Mathematics, Economy, Law, Business, OR/MS/Industrial Engineering

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Change is constant, even for businesses. Indeed, business is about adapting to change. 

Organizations that can adapt move ahead, and those that can’t, die.

- Overview

Today's lightning-fast business environment is more complex and unpredictable than ever. To overcome increasingly multifaceted challenges, business leaders need skills and knowledge from a wide range of traditionally segregated domains. 

Business leaders must be innovative, entrepreneurial and global in both thought and action. The fastest growing businesses of the future will be run by leveraging insights from real-time big data advanced analytics. 

Unable or inappropriate to retain top talent, many bosses have the attitude that anyone can be changed as easily as a glove and they can hire better people. They're kidding themselves and it's not good for the company. Great employees have knowledge of systems, products and processes. They build trusting relationships with clients and colleagues that take years to build. When you lose a great employee, you lose part of your culture. You lose part of the company. You may lose your future.


- Business Economics

In its broadest sense, economics refers to the study of the components and functions of a particular market or economy—such as supply and demand—and the impact of the concept of scarcity. In economics, factors of production, distribution methods and consumption are important research topics. Business economics focuses on the elements and factors in business operations and how they relate to the economy as a whole. 

The field of business economics deals with economic principles, strategies, standard business practices, access to necessary capital, profit generation, productivity, and overall management strategies. Business economics also includes the study of external economic factors and their impact on business decisions, such as changes in industry regulation or sudden changes in raw material prices.


- Business Mathematics

Mathematics is an essential part of managing a business. Business and math go hand in hand, and that's because business deals with money, and money itself is everything. Everyone needs to manage money to some extent to make decisions that require everyone to know the math. Business enterprises use business mathematics to document and manage business operations. Business organizations use mathematics in accounting, inventory management, marketing, sales forecasting, and financial analysis. It can help you understand financial formulas, fractions; measurements involving interest calculation, rent calculation, salary calculation, tax calculation, etc., help to complete business tasks efficiently. Business mathematics also includes statistics and provides solutions to business problems. 

Businesses are always surrounded by challenges that need to be handled in a proper way so that they do not arise in the future. These everyday problems can be effectively solved with the help of mathematical models. Therefore, mathematics not only helps with calculations, but also helps in analyzing business problems and solving them. Learning and using business math allows one to think outside the box, improves one's own thinking skills, and helps build and build relationships with precision.



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