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Operations Management, Flex Version - With CD and Lecture Guide

Operations Management, Flex Version - With CD and Lecture Guide - 8th edition

Operations Management, Flex Version - With CD and Lecture Guide - 8th edition

ISBN13: 9780132231534

ISBN10: 0132231530

Operations Management, Flex Version - With CD and Lecture Guide by Jay Heizer and Barry Render - ISBN 9780132231534
Edition: 8TH 07
Copyright: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Published:
International: No
Operations Management, Flex Version - With CD and Lecture Guide by Jay Heizer and Barry Render - ISBN 9780132231534

ISBN13: 9780132231534

ISBN10: 0132231530

Edition: 8TH 07

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Summary

For the core course in Operations Management.

Operations Management Flexible Edition 8th edition delivers the best problems in the industry (ie. examples, solved problems, and homework problems). This innovative package consists of a core textbook, a Student Lecture Guide (for note-taking in class), and a student CD-ROM all packaged together. The Flexible Version contains all the contents and features of their best-selling hardcover text, but packages them in a new, less-expensive, flexible format.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

PART I INTRODUCTION

1. Operations and Productivity
2. Operations Strategy in a Global Environment
3. Project Management
4. Forecasting

PART II DESIGNING OPERATIONS

5. Design of Goods and Services
6. Managing Quality

6S.Statistical Process Control

7. Process Strategy

7S.Capacity Planning

8. Location Strategies
9. Layout Strategy
10. Human Resources and Job Design
10S.Work Measurement

PART III MANAGING OPERATIONS

11. Supply-Chain Management

11S.E-Commerce and Operations Management

12. Inventory Management
13. Aggregate Planning
14. Material Requirements Planning (MRP) and ERP
15. Short-Term Scheduling
16. Just-in-Time and Lean Production Systems
17. Maintenance and Reliability

PART IV QUANTITATIVE MODULES

A. Decision-Making Tools
B. Linear Programming
C. Transportation Models
D. Waiting-Line Models
E. Learning Curves
F. Simulation