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Reference no. AD-0368-E
Published by: IESE Business School
Originally published in: 2019
Version: 11 April 2019
Revision date: 07-Nov-2019
Length: 4 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Tokyo Music School (TOMS) has prepared some of the best disc jockeys (DJs) in the world for almost two decades. At the beginning of 2019, the school decided to organize an event that would bring together recent alumni with a selection of world-renowned DJs. The long-term vision was to make this event grow into a global DJ convention. A number of world-famous DJs had been invited to discuss and share their personal experiences regarding what it takes to become a top DJ. The case, designed to introduce integer programming (IP), illustrates how to deal with assignment problems. Other applications of the methodology discussed in the case are the assignment of doctors to operating rooms, the scheduling of concerts or festivals, creating working teams for large conferences, etc.The case is based on a real situation. The names and characters have been changed, and the situation has been simplified to single out the key elements of so-called 'assignment problems', facilitating the class discussion on how to solve them with IP techniques.

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Abstract

Tokyo Music School (TOMS) has prepared some of the best disc jockeys (DJs) in the world for almost two decades. At the beginning of 2019, the school decided to organize an event that would bring together recent alumni with a selection of world-renowned DJs. The long-term vision was to make this event grow into a global DJ convention. A number of world-famous DJs had been invited to discuss and share their personal experiences regarding what it takes to become a top DJ. The case, designed to introduce integer programming (IP), illustrates how to deal with assignment problems. Other applications of the methodology discussed in the case are the assignment of doctors to operating rooms, the scheduling of concerts or festivals, creating working teams for large conferences, etc.The case is based on a real situation. The names and characters have been changed, and the situation has been simplified to single out the key elements of so-called 'assignment problems', facilitating the class discussion on how to solve them with IP techniques.

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Country:
Japan

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