Key Concepts in Operations Management

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SAGE, Jul 19, 2010 - Business & Economics - 312 pages
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Key Concepts in Operations Management introduces a selection of key concepts and techniques in the field.

 

Concise, informative and contemporary, with consideration given to explaining the principles of the topic, as well as the relevant debates and literature, the book contains over 50 concept entries including: Operations Strategy, Managing Innovation, Process Modeling, New Product Development, Forecasting, Planning and Control, Supply Chain Management, Risk Management and many more.

 

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Contents

Work
Learning Curves
Outsourcing
Quality
Quality Management
Statistical Process Control
ISO 9000
Six Sigma

Coordination
Planning and Control
Integration
Risk
Theory
Operations Strategy
Performance
Operations Strategy
Operations Strategy Process
Tradeoffs
Location
Capacity
Process
Layout
Technology Management
Flexibility
Real Options
Innovation Management
Managing Innovation
New Product Development
New Service Development
Platform
Process Management
Kaizen
Inventory
Inventory Systems
Material Requirements Planning MRP
JustinTime
Planning and Control
Forecasting
Aggregate Production Planning
Scheduling
Project Planning
Waiting Line Management
Reverse Logistics
Yield
Integrated Management Frameworks
Total Quality Management TQM
Throughput
Responsiveness
Timebased Competition
Lean
Agility
Supply Chain
index
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