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Compact case
Authors: R Muthukumar (Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.); Nagendra V Chowdary (Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.)
Published in: 2014

Abstract

This caselet focusses on the concepts of Frequency Distribution and Ogive. The concepts are discussed based on the dilemma faced by the owner-manager of the University canteen, Raghu Raman (Raghu). The canteen sold various fast food and beverages. Over the last few months however, Raghu witnessed a steady drop in beverages’ sales. Based on his experience, he took all the measures, however, sales did not improve. Ramesh, Raghu’s friend advised him to do an analysis of the buying habits and age patterns of the customers. Raghu was confused how to get the required data that would help him in finding answers to his dilemma and relation between: (a) Age, Gender; and (b) Impressions on the service offered by canteen employees; and (c) Preference for beverages.
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Abstract

This caselet focusses on the concepts of Frequency Distribution and Ogive. The concepts are discussed based on the dilemma faced by the owner-manager of the University canteen, Raghu Raman (Raghu). The canteen sold various fast food and beverages. Over the last few months however, Raghu witnessed a steady drop in beverages’ sales. Based on his experience, he took all the measures, however, sales did not improve. Ramesh, Raghu’s friend advised him to do an analysis of the buying habits and age patterns of the customers. Raghu was confused how to get the required data that would help him in finding answers to his dilemma and relation between: (a) Age, Gender; and (b) Impressions on the service offered by canteen employees; and (c) Preference for beverages.

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2014

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