Operations Management: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, Volume 2

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Michael Lewis, Nigel Slack
Taylor & Francis, 2003 - Business & Economics - 520 pages
Describes the key concepts of operations management, covering such topics as planning and control, the role of technology, and "just-in-time" techniques.
 

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Contents

A heuristic method of assembly line balancing
22
Ordering cost si
32
The single server queue in heavy traffic
40
Structuring the bill of material for mrp
58
opt as an enhancement to mrp ii
82
materialization
91
A comparison of Kanban and mrp concepts for the control
105
issues and comparisons
118
A method of rating manufactured product
236
Minimum cost l l2
252
Improvement of quality and productivity through action
255
A conceptual model of service quality and its implications
271
quality comes to services
289
Table 2
321
what did and didnt
334
Lasting improvements in manufacturing performance
365

a pull alternative to kanban
140
entertain enlighten
160
a tool for capacityconstrained
177
todays challenge for service industries
198
t2 t
207
Total quality control
221
linking complexity theory
413
The factory as learning laboratory
456
Understanding industrial crises
484
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