International Operations Management
In the world of e-business, competition takes on a new intensity. The dynamics of the online marketplace often require organizations to pursue multiple and complex strategies. The book explores the international operations concepts employed by leading organizations to secure competitive advantage.
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Developing International Goals
The International Strategy
The International Flow of Information
Lead TimeCycle Time Management
The Customer and the World of Service
The International TransactionEthics
World Class Management
The Future of Operations Management
The Next Step
Additionally analysis approach capacity chapter Chart competitive corporate critical resource culture cycle defined developing countries discussed Economic Order Quantity effective efficiency EL product employees environment equipment ethical example facility factory focus focused functions Gerhard global goals identify implementation improvement industry integration internationally inventory Japan Japanese labor cost Linear Programming load logistics look Malaysia manufacturing Maquiladora Material Requirements Planning materials measurement system ment Mexican Mexico miles MRPII NAFTA operations management organization performance plant Plenert problem production planning production process Production Schedule profitability programs purchase Re-engineering reduced relocation shipment specific strategy suppliers Supply Chain Management Theory of Constraints throughput tion total cost Total Quality Management touch switch transfer trip Customer TRIZ United value added value-added Vendor Wians World Class Management