Operations management: concepts in manufacturing and services
South-Western College, 1997 - Business & Economics - 315 pages
This text focuses on the major themes currently shaping the field of operations management: (1) international operations, (2) service operations, (3) quality and continuous improvement, (4) strategy, (5) use of computers and other technologies in OM, and (6) environmental issues.
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Operations Management: Concepts in Manufacturing and Services
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activities aggregate planning aggregate production planning Allen-Bradley ANSWER QUESTIONS Question APPLICATION QUESTIONS automation bill of materials business process reengineering Capacity Bills capacity planning cellular manufacturing chart competitive component control charts critical path cycle delivery Economic Order Quantity employees exponential smoothing facility firm firm's flexibility flow flowtime following statements regarding function Gantt charts GLOBAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT gross requirements implementation integration inventory just-in-time key terms list labor location decisions logistics lot sizes MANAGEMENT IN PRACTICE manufacturing system material requirements planning measures MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS node optimal order quantity organizations output percent performance phrase being defined PROBLEM SITUATION product or service service operations service system setup SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS specific standard suppliers supply chain teams technique Text Page Reference theory of constraints total quality management units variable week worker World Contactor