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### Chapter 1 Competing with Operations

Course: SPPLY CHAI 1, Spring 2012
School: CUHK
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1 Chapter Competing with Operations Chapter 1 Competing with Operations TRUE/FALSE 1. Operations management refers to the direction and control of inputs that transform processes into products and services. Answer: True Reference: Operations Management Across the Organization Difficulty: Easy Keywords: operations management, inputs, process, transformation 2. As a functional area of a business, Operations...

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