3 edition of The Value-driven Approach to Operations Management found in the catalog.
The Value-driven Approach to Operations Management
melnyk and swink
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||295|
A must-read for business managers willing to enhance their understanding of the art and science of management. book >> #5 – Six thinking hats: An essential approach to business management By Edward De Bono. Book Review. An unusual management book on decision-making by a leading authority on conceptual thinking. Operations Management is about how organisations produce or deliver the goods and services that provide the reason for their existence. Operations can be seen as one of many functions (e.g. marketing, finance, personnel) within the organisation.
Summary: Takes a look at operations management from a different perspective value. This text focuses on value that brings together the issues of performance, cost, competitive reactions, and customer expectations. It enables students to view every activity in the operations management system in terms of its ability to enhance value. Operations management is an area of management concerned with designing and controlling the process of production and redesigning business operations in the production of goods or services. It involves the responsibility of ensuring that business operations are efficient in terms of using as few resources as needed and effective in terms of meeting customer requirements.
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"Operations Management: A Value-Driven Approach" rises above all the others. It is large book, almost pages. It covers all the operations management bases (and all the acronyms), including just-in-time, total quality, demand and supply chain, inventory and materials including MRP and MRPII, planning and scheduling, and so forth.5/5(1).
"Operations Management: A Value-Driven Approach" rises above all the others. It is large book, almost pages. It covers all the operations management bases (and all the acronyms), including just-in-time, total quality, demand and supply chain, inventory and materials including MRP and MRPII, planning and scheduling, and so by: This text looks at operations management from the value perspective, with value defined as a dynamic concept that brings together the issues of performance, cost, competitive reactions and customer expectations.
This value-driven perspective allows students to view each activity in the operations management system in terms of its ability to enhance value.
The second approach is a value drive approach to operations management. The value driven approach starts by recognizing that a business is a set of processes each of which has inputs outputs, and structure. Each process has a job to do and each process should be measured on how effective it is in achieving the desired outcomes.
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The selection of such cases makes classroom learning truly suited to the Indian business value driven approach to Operations Management is used in structuring the text into three 4/5(1). Why We Need Value-driven Approach For Project Management. Piyush Govil.IST. Project management is the need of the hour, especially in a.
Box Management challenge: strategic operations options for Delta-tech Delta-tech, a small privately owned company based in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, was founded in to supply speciality consumables to the local heavy manufacturing sector.
Transformation Approach Value Driven Approach Operations Management Basics The Operations Manager’s Role Interface with other Functions Summary Keywords Review Questions Further Readings Objectives After studying this unit, you will be able to: Recognize the meaning and scope of operations management.
The management problems in the area of operations management comprise of quantitative, social, technical issues and their complex mixtures (Liet al, ) Quantitative problems may include factors relating to planning, critical path analysis, supply chain management etc.
Technical issues may consist of factors relating to automation. The book elucidates how Value-driven BPM is not just a concept in theory, but is rather a pragmatic discipline towards solving the typical problems that plague organizations in today's ever-transient world.
It has been generally accepted that recession, change and uncertainty define the new normal for today's businesses and s: The service side also began its approach by applying product management principles to the planning and organizing of processes, to the point where it made more sense to call it operations management.
Multidisciplinary nature. Operations management is now a multidisciplinary functional area in a company, along with finance and marketing. Read Advanced Techniques for Project Planning from Value-Driven Operations Management Ebook.
"Operations Management: A Value-Driven Approach" rises above all the others. It is large book, almost pages. It covers all the operations management bases (and all the acronyms), including just-in-time, total quality, demand and supply chain, inventory and materials including MRP and MRPII, planning and scheduling, and so forth.5/5.
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Stevenson.In the traditional view of project management, if a project manager completed a project and had adhered to the triple constraints of time, cost, and performance, the project was considered a success.
Today, in the eyes of the customer and the parent or sponsoring company, if a completed project did not deliver its anticipated value, it would be seen as a failure. Today's changing economic.
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