Operations Management in Context provides students with excellent grounding in the theory and practice of operations management and its role within organizations. Structured in a clear and logical manner, it gradually leads newcomers to this subject through each topic area, highlighting key issues, and using practical case study material and examples to contextualize learning. Each chapter is structured logically and concludes with summary material to aid revision. Exercises and self-assessment questions are included to reinforce learning and maintain variety, with answers included at the end of the text.y The operations function is probably less well understood than any y other business function. In manufacturing industries it is generally taken to be production and best left to specialists. In some service organizations the term is hardlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Operations Management in Context|
|Author||:||Frank Rowbotham, Masoud Azhashemi, Les Galloway|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-05-23|