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Click to edit Master subtitle style ISOM 2720 - S. M. Ng 11 Introduction to Operations Management Managing the transformation processes of an organization
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22 Basic Information about This Course ¢ Course grading policy l Quiz 20% l Online HW 10% l Final exam 70% ¢ Course web site l http://lmes2.ust.hk l User name: Your username l Password: Your password ¢ TA: See course outlines Textbook: Operations and Supply Management : The Core by Jacobs and Chase, 2nd edition, 2010.
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ISOM 2720 - S. M. Ng 33 What is Operations Management? ¢ Basic functions in an organization: l Production/Service Operations l Marketing l Finance/Accounting ¢ Operations management: l The design, operation, and improvement of the systems that create and deliver the firm s primary products and services
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ISOM 2720 - S. M. Ng 44 Transformation Process ¢ Examples: l Physical (as in manufacturing) l Location (as in transportation) l Transaction/exchange (as in banking or retailing) l Storage (as in warehousing) l Physiological (as in health care) l Informational (as in telecommunication) Transformation Process Input Output
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