Operations Management

Operations Management

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These texts provide students with a state-of-the-art overview of operations management. The goal of these texts is to show the fundamental principles of operations and how they relate to making a firm more competitive. Both books include the identical core chapters 1-17, but the hardbound book IM 6/e also includes six quantitative modules. These modules are not included in the paperback version.show more

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  • Hardback | 916 pages
  • 203.2 x 256.54 x 43.18mm | 1,905.08g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Prentice-Hall
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • Revised
  • 6th Revised edition
  • bibliographies , index
  • 013018604X
  • 9780130186041

Table of contents

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT, 5/e I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Operations and Productivity. 2. Operations Strategy for Competitive Advantage. 3. Operations in a Global Environment. II. DESIGNING OPERATIONS. 4. Forecasting. 5. Design of Goods and Services. 6. Managing Quality. 7. Process Strategy and Capacity Planning. 7S: Operations Technology, The Internet, and ERP. 8. Locations Strategies. 9. Layout Strategies. 10. Human Resources and Job Design. 10S: Work Measurement. III. MANAGING OPERATIONS. 11. Supply Chain Management. 11S. E-Commerce and Operations 12. Inventory Management. 12S: Just-In Time Systems. 13. Aggregate Scheduling. 14. Material Requirements Planning (MRP). 15. Short-Term Scheduling. 16. Project Management. 17. Maintenance and Reliability. IV. QUANTITATIVE MODULES. (Only available in hardcover version.) A: Decision Making Tools. B: Linear Programming. C: Transportation Models. D: Waiting Line Models. E: Learning Curves. F: Simulation. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT, 3/e I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Operations and Productivity. 2. Operations Strategy for Competitive Advantage. 3. Operations in a Global Environment. II. DESIGNING OPERATIONS. 4. Forecasting. 5. Design of Goods and Services. 6. Managing Quality. 7. Process Strategy and Capacity Planning. 7S: Operations Technology, The Internet, and ERP. 8. Locations Strategies. 9. Layout Strategies. 10. Human Resources and Job Design. 10S: Work Measurement. III. MANAGING OPERATIONS. 11. Supply Chain Management. 11S. E-Commerce and Operations 12. Inventory Management. 12S: Just-In Time Systems. 13. Aggregate Scheduling. 14. Material Requirements Planning (MRP). 15. Short-Term Scheduling. 16. Project Management. 17. Maintenance and Reliability. Operations Management 6/eshow more

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