Lecture 1 Jan 4th

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INTRODUCTION Introduction Chapter 1
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INTRODUCTION Outline What is Operations Management, and why is it important? Comparison between Manufacturing and Service systems Types of decisions in Operations Management
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INTRODUCTION Bob White
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INTRODUCTION What is Operations Management ?
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INTRODUCTION Example 1: Airline Company
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INTRODUCTION Example 1: Airline Company
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INTRODUCTION Example 2: Bicycle Factory
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INTRODUCTION Example 2: Bicycle Factory
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INTRODUCTION Comparison of Two Examples
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INTRODUCTION Why Study Operations Management? Operations Management activities are core of all business organizations Approx. 50% of all jobs Activities in all of the other areas of business organizations are interrelated
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Organization Finance Production/ Operations Marketing Operations Function in the Organization These three business functions overlap. For the organization to be successful in the long run, the decisions within each area should be consistent. Integrating business functions and coordinating decisions is
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course MGCR 472 taught by Professor Ray during the Spring '09 term at McGill.

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