Harnessing Expert Judgment

Lilien, Gary L.; Rangaswamy, Arvind; Matanovich, Timothy
September 1998
Marketing Management;Fall98, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p40
Focuses on harnessing expert judgment for models of sales force management. Objectives of sales force management; Basis of intuitive methods; Market-response methods.


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