Operations Management Huawei

Operations - Running Head Interactive Learning Project Operations management INTERACTIVE LEARNING PROJECT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT COURSE STUDENT NAME

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Running Head: Interactive Learning Project- Operations management I NTERACTIVE L EARNING P ROJECT - O PERATIONS MANAGEMENT COURSE STUDENT NAME INSTRUCTOR NAME INSTITUTION
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Table of Contents 1. Introduction of operations Management. ................................................................................... 4 2. Company Background. .............................................................................................................. 5 3. Operation Strategy 7 4. Operation Management drive ways for company’s Sustainability 15 5. Integrating Operation Management Practices to suit organization culture 18 6. Global Competitiveness and Strategic Framework 18 7. Conclusion 20
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A BSTRACT Operation management strategies have enabled companies to not only optimize their operations through effective and efficient business processes but also have helped then to gain competitive advantage. It is very much apparent from Huawei operation management strategies that to get pinnacle of success company’s need not necessarily spend years in industry, a smart business process can get optimum out of it. Global competitive structures of the market place have placed greater emphasis on firms to strengthen their operation strategies and management process focused on customer orientation and continuous quality improvements. Aligning the supply chain process and competitive strategies is critical to the success of Huawei operation management and its effective functioning. However its importance can be observed throughout the process from suppliers, producers/manufacturers, distributors and customers it still remains a challenge for organization. Huawei is maintaining a global business with its supply chain process geographically disbursed. It has built the operation strategic framework on customer oriented methodologies that aim to satisfy customer needs and requirements in the quickest possible time with the most cost- effective techniques. When the company is operating in the international business arena, it has to build a strong correlation between the organization cultural values and the cultural norms and customer requirements of that location (Rosenzweig, 1991). In doing so Huawei has inbuilt the organization culture of integrated operation management, that connects disperse operating networks to each other and to the central hub system at head quarters.
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I NTRODUCTION TO O PERATION M ANAGEMENT Operations management is the domain of management that is related to monitoring, designing and redesigning business operations in the production of goods or services. Operation management assesses that the business operations are conducted in an efficient and effective manner and are focused to customer needs and requirements. The mechanics of operation management is that the top management plays their active part in formulating the strategy and changing it over time, whereas the middle and lower management does their part of strategy implementer and takes tactical decision in their daily affairs to ensure the broader strategy is
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course BUSINESS LU124475 taught by Professor Prof.johns during the Spring '09 term at Liberty.

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Operations - Running Head Interactive Learning Project Operations management INTERACTIVE LEARNING PROJECT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT COURSE STUDENT NAME

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