Case Study

Geneva Bank

3 pages
December 2011
Reference: IMD-6-0339

Marianne, an analyst for Geneva Bank, has been asked by her boss, Laura, to look into the returns from loan interests. She uses linear programming to get more insights about the issue and she walks into Laura’s office with nothing else but a printout of the Solver sensitivity report.

Learning Objective

The minicase puts emphasis on going beyond the optimal solution and tries to help students understand how to use the sensitivity report provided by Solver in order to discuss different scenarios.

Keywords
Optimization, Linear Programming, Sensitivity Analysis, Banking, Production Management, Operations Management
Settings
Switzerland
n/a
Type
Generalized Experience
Copyright
© 2011
Available Languages
English
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