Operations Management

Operations Management

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For undergraduate/graduate-level courses in Operations Management. 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 effectively producing goods and services. TWO VERSIONS Both books include the identical core chapters 1-17, but the hardbound book Operations Management, 6/e also includes six quantitative modules. These modules are not included in the paperback version. Both books contain 4 "tutorials" on the included student CD.show more

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  • Mixed media product
  • 214.1 x 262.6 x 47mm | 2,100.16g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Prentice-Hall
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 6th Revised edition
  • 0130763209
  • 9780130763204

Table of contents

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT, 6/e I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Operations and Productivity. 2. Operations Strategy for Competitive Advantage. 3. Operations in a Global Environment. 4. Forecasting. II. DESIGNING OPERATIONS. 5. Design of Goods and Services. 6. Managing Quality. 6S: Statistical Process Control. 7. Process Strategy and Capacity Planning. 7S: Operations Technology, the Internet, and ERP. 8. Location Strategies. 9. Layout Strategy. 10. Human Resources and Job Design. 10S: Work Measurement. III. MANAGING OPERATIONS. 11. Supply Chain Management. 11S. E-Commerce and Operations Management. 12. Inventory Management. 12S: Just-in-Time Systems. 13. Aggregate Planning. 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, 4/e I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Operations and Productivity. 2. Operations Strategy for Competitive Advantage. 3. Operations in a Global Environment. 4. Forecasting. II. DESIGNING OPERATIONS. 5. Design of Goods and Services. 6. Managing Quality. 6S: Statistical Process Control. 7. Process Strategy and Capacity Planning. 7S: Operations Technology, the Internet, and ERP. 8. Location Strategies. 9. Layout Strategy. 10. Human Resources and Job Design. 10S: Work Measurement. III. MANAGING OPERATIONS. 11. Supply Chain Management. 11S. E-Commerce and Operations Management. 12. Inventory Management. 12S: Just-in-Time Systems. 13. Aggregate Planning. 14. Material Requirements Planning (MRP). 15. Short-Term Scheduling. 16. Project Management. 17. Maintenance and Reliability. TUTORIALS ON STUDENT CD: (with both texts) 1. Statistical Tools for Managers. 2. Acceptance Sampling. 3. The Simplex Method of Linear Programming. 4. The MODI and VAM Methods of Solving Transportation Problems.show more

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