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Operations Management (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 457
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Professional Masters (Business)

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10 May 1996

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Operations Management provides a comprehensive introduction to this wide-ranging subject . The book is clearly written and jargon-free, concentrating on examining the ways an organisation turns its resources into goods or...

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Operations Management provides a comprehensive introduction to this wide-ranging subject . The book is clearly written and jargon-free, concentrating on examining the ways an organisation turns its resources into goods or services. The student-centred approach based on learning objectives, case studies activities and review questions is ideal for those studying the subject, whilst its practical approach provides help to managers seeking to become more effective.

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Introduction
Managing the Product Reliability
Planning and Control
Managing Independent Inventory
Managing Dependent Demand
Managing the Costs
Managing the Processes
Managing Performance
1: Getting the Methods Right
Managing Performance
2: Measuring Work Content
Managing Performance: Incentive Schemes
Managing Time
Plant Related Decisions
Managing Numbers 1: Key Distribution
Managing Numbers 2: Statistical Process
Control Forecasting: Managing the Future.

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HOWARD BARNETT was formerly Principal Lecturer in Operations Management at the Business School in the University of Hertfordshire.

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HOWARD BARNETT was formerly Principal Lecturer in Operations Management at the Business School in the University of Hertfordshire.

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