Action phase - phase of operation research, Operation Research

The action phase consists of making recommendations for remedial action to those who first posed the problem and who control the operations directly. These recommendations consists of a clear statement of the assumptions made scope and limitations of the information presented about the situation, alternative courses of action effects of each alternative as well as the preferred course of action.

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