Operations Now Supply Chain Profitability and Performance with Student DVD
Edition: 3rd 2008 (Revised)
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Description: Operations Now introduces operations from a vantage point that encompasses both the entire organization and the broader supply network. The author begins his discussion of operations management by first establishing the goal to which any high quality operation must aspire: the goal of profitability. Operations Now presents operations within a context that acknowledges its interactions both within all functional areas of an organization as well as the supply chain network serving it. Thus, students not majoring in operations management immediately understand why they are studying a subject that had previously seemed to them irrelevant; operations majors receive valuable instruction in how their chosen field affects and facilitates other functional areas within the enterprise and aligns with the overall goals of the organization.
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List price: $184.38
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.25" long x 1.25" tall
|Foundations For Success|
|Profitability: Business Success from Operations’ Success|
|Strategy and Value: Competing through Effective Operations and Supply Chain Management|
|Processes: Products and Services to Match Customer Needs|
|Cost: The Price of Value|
|Quality: Frameworks for Product and Service Improvement|
|Quality Tools: From Process Performance to Process Perfection|
|Timeliness: Scheduling and Project Management|
|Managing Resources To Create Value|
|Supply Chain Management: Managing Business to Business Interaction|
|Demand Forecasting: Building the Foundation for Resource Planning|
|Inventory: Managing to Meet Demand|
|Logistics: Positioning Goods in the Supply Chain|
|Lean Systems: Eliminating Waste through the Supply Chain|
|Capacity: Matching Productive Resources to Demand|
|Constraint Management: Simplifying Complex Systems|
|Facilities: Making Location and Layout Decisions|
|Workforce: Optimizing Human Capital|