Operations Management

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Barron's Educational Series, 1999 - Business & Economics - 485 pages
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This book in the Barron's Business Review series goes to the heart of why any business exists--to produce goods or services. The authors analyze the operations and production processes, considering such factors as costs, quality, speed of delivery and flexibility. They also set up paradigms for management decision making, explain the details of forecasting needs for goods and services, and more.
 

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Contents

THE SCOPE OF OPERATIONS AND PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
1
CONCEPTS AND TOOLS
26
FORECASTING
65
PRODUCT PLANNING PROCESS SELECTION AND CAPACITY PLANNING
114
FACILITY LOCATION
155
DESIGN OF THE WORK SYSTEM AND WORK MEASUREMENT
179
FACILITIES DESIGN AND LAYOUT
205
AGGREGATE PLANNING AND MASTER SCHEDULING
231
FACILITIES INVESTMENT DECISIONS
342
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
361
ANSWERS
383
WAITING LINES AND QUEUING
390
QUALITY ASSURANCE
422
GLOSSARY
454
AMERICAN PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY
462
INDEX
477

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
268
MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS PLANNING AND JUSTINTIME
305

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