Operations Management: Concepts in Manufacturing and Services
South-Western College Pub., 1998 - Business & Economics - 946 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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Strategic Operations Management
Operations Management in Practice 1
The History of Operations Management
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activities aggregate production planning Allen-Bradley automation average capacity planning capacity requirements cell changes Chapter company's components control chart cost cycle delivery demand determine distribution economic order quantity employees equipment estimate evaluate example exponential smoothing facility factors Figure flexibility flow function Gantt chart Georgia-Pacific global gross requirements implementation important improvement industry inputs inventory labor Learning Objective linear programming logistics machine major Management in Practice manufacturing material material requirements planning measure ment method MRP system nP-chart Operations Management optimal order quantity organization output percent performance period Planned Order plant problem product or service project network purchasing quality management queueing service operations setup solution standard strategic planning suppliers supply chain Table techniques tion total quality management transportation variable Wal-Mart workers