For all practical purposes. Management science [videorecording] / Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications.
Video Tape   T55.7 .F67 1988    Pullen Video Tape (LS 2)
3 videocassettes (150 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Host, Solomon Garfunkel.
Shows how management science concepts can help society run more efficiently. Shows how mathematical techniques can be used to find the best schedules, routes, and use of available resources.
Management science.   Production scheduling.  Linear programming.

OVERVIEW

Project Apollo
Optimal solution: the best possible solution to a problem
Airline scheduling
        limited expensive resources
        "Too many cooks"  - more resources can lead to poorer performance
Pure vs. applied research in management science
Disney world queueing:
                       bank versus supermarket model
Rental cars & "The Transportation Problem" optimization
"Linear Programming"
                      Simplex & Karmarkar Algorithms
Store24: critical path
Firefighting mutual aid resource constants 
Managerial method and administrative acumen
       scheduling
       resource allocation
        transportation
        critical paths
       queueing
Management science has substituted mathematics for guesswork and hope; it has also has given us practical ways to pursue the age-old goal of  finding the best solutions to very familiar problems.

STREET SMARTS
Servicing street networks
Euler circuit
All vertexes  must have even valence
Minimize streets traversed twice
   

JUGGLING MACHINES
simplifying assumptions
Paradoxes of scheduling (based on "list processing" heuristic)
Removing simplifying rule against voluntary idling
First fit decreasing
Performance bound
Bin Packing
Cutting lumber
Scheduling commercials

JUICY PROBLEMS
Linear programming:  Resource Allocation, Routing, Transportation
Resource Allocation: Cranapple and Appleberry
Maximize
ax + 3y

Subject to:
2x + 2y
< 200
 x + 2y
< 100
x
> 0
y
> 0