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eBook Operations Management for MBAs ePub

by Scott M. Shafer,Jack R. Meredith

  • ISBN: 0471000604
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Scott M. Shafer,Jack R. Meredith
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 2 edition (October 25, 2001)
  • Pages: 420
  • ePub book: 1187 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1920 kb
  • Other: rtf docx mbr azw
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 728


Used this for 1 MBA class - the book has good concepts and is easy to understand.

Used this for 1 MBA class - the book has good concepts and is easy to understand.

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Operations Management for MBAs provides an introduction to the basic concepts of operations management with a strategic, conceptual, and contemporary approach. Specifically written with the needs of MBA students in mind, current topics such as supply chain management, the balanced scorecard, and yield management, as well as those specific to marketing, finance and other majors are explained.

MBAs in the workforce today are facing issues in such areas as supply chain management, the balanced scorecard, and yield management

MBAs in the workforce today are facing issues in such areas as supply chain management, the balanced scorecard, and yield management. This informative book arms them with a much-needed introduction to operations management and explains how to deal with the challenges in these areas. It guides them through all the basics including core competency, mass customization, benchmarking, business process design, and enterprise resource planning (ERP).

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Production and Operations Management,24 (3), 362- 364. doi:10. 12258 3 Many organizations have followed Toyota’s Production System and are adapting and tailoring the model to their plants. Toyota implemented a lean program that increased performance. They found that once firms identify the right lean program for their plant, the implementation process follows a S-curve.

Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Emphasizing the strategic role of these operations topics, the authors keep the needs of marketing, finance and other majors in mind, and show how a basic understanding of operations is important to all career paths.

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Uses primarily service examples instead of manufacturing. * Contains realistic problems that real managers would encounter.


Dyni Dyni
I like the way this book explains the concepts in a thorough and concise manner and relates other topics accordingly. I find myself always consulting the manual for ideas. This is truly well-written and I would recommend this book for its thoughtful analysis.
Zan Zan
As an MBA with an undergrad degree in Systems Management and a Professional Certificate in Total Quality Management, I believe this publication will serve as good summary and refresher material.
Xwnaydan Xwnaydan
I mean, what can you say about management books for an MBA. They aren't awesome reads, of course. It gave me the information I needed, I suppose. I made an A in my class.
Musical Aura Island Musical Aura Island
Got for my hubby who was finishing his MBA. Know it came as described and was a great price compared to that on campus. Helped him finish the course!
Kardana Kardana
I bought this textbook for my Operations Management MBA Class. It is not very easy to ready, not very comprehensive, but it is not too bad either.
Uttegirazu Uttegirazu
The book is poorly written with several grammar mistakes throughout the text. It also poorly cites things throughout the book for instance on page 4 it states "In March 2007, the Washington Post reported ([...]) that Sears was being run as a hedge fund...." Why not cite the Washington Post article itself? Did the book really just cite wikipedia? Seriously this is supposed to be material for masters level students not for high school students.
Arar Arar
This was another don't like it book. I think it was too light of a book and wouldn't recommend it.
I love it.