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OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

PAPERBACK BY BRANDON-JONES, ALISTAIR; SLACK, NIGEL; JOHNSTON, ROBERT

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ISBN
9781292098678
IMPRINT
PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED
 
 
EDITION
8TH EDITION
PUBLISHER
PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED
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FORMAT
PAPERBACK
PAGES
752 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
24 JUN 2016

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Were you looking for the book with access to MyOMLab? This product is the book alone and does NOT come with access to MyOMLab. Buy Operations Management, 8th edition with MyOMLab access card (ISBN 9781292098777) if you need access to MyOMLab as well, and save money on this resource. You will also need a course ID from your instructor to access MyOMLab. Operations management is important, exciting, challenging ... and everywhere you look! Important, because it enables organizations to provide services and products that we all need Exciting, because it is central to constant changes in customer preference, networks of supply and demand, and developments in technology Challenging, because solutions must be must be financially sound, resource-efficient, as well as environmentally and socially responsible And everywhere, because in our daily lives, whether at work or at home, we all experience and manage processes and operations. New features: There are now more than 110 of the popular 'Operations in Practice' examples throughout the book, over 40% of which are new. The importance of sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been emphasized further, and included throughout the book. ‚ ® We have even further strengthened the emphasis on the idea that 'operations management' is relevant to every type of business and all functional areas of the organization. ‚ ® Many new ideas in operations management have been incorporated, including the 'three level' approach to performance, the relationship between innovation, creativity and design, crowdsourcing, ideas management, business ecosystems, triadic relationships, office layout, telecommuting and organisational 'ambidexterity'. However, we have retained the emphasis on the foundations of the subject. Six of the 19 cases at the end of the chapter are new ‚ ®(but the old ones are still available on the web site), and ‚ ®provide an up-to-date selection of operations issues. ‚ ® Operations Management focuses on the sustainable and socially responsible imperatives of operations management, using over 120 cases and illustrations of real-life operations around the world, including Apple, Medecins Sans Frontieres, Amazon, Ecover, Dyson, Disneyland Paris, Google, The North Face, and many more. This is 24-carat excellence'Par Ahlstrom, Torsten and Ragnar Soderberg Chair of Business Administration, Stockholm School of Economics 'Operations Management is engaging and accessible, but it never dumbs-down. The book is comprehensive, but not overwhelming. Students hold on to this one; it's a 'keeper'.'Michael Shulver, Birmingham Business School 'This continues to be the definitive operations Management text ... written by the masters of the field!'Dr Ross Ritchie, Lecturer in Operations Management, Loughborough University 'An essential text packed full of up-to-date examples that really bring the subject to life'Claire Moxham, University of Liverpool Management School 'An excellent book for those studying operations management. This book provides great illustrations to seamlessly link theory with practice' Frank Wiengarten, ESADE Business School Operations Management by Nigel Slack and Alistair Brandon-Jones is quite simply the best text on operations management. Comprehensive, engaging and insightful, I cannot recommend this book highly enough'Professor Andy Neely, Head, Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University Carrie Queenan, University of South Carolina Peter Race, Henley Business School, University of Reading

CONTENTS

Part OneDIRECTING THE OPERATION Chapter 1 Operations managementChapter 2 Operations performanceChapter 3 Operations strategyChapter 4 Product and service innovationChapter 5 The structure and scope of operationsSupplement to Chapter 5ForecastingPart TwoDESIGNING THE OPERATIONChapter 6 Process designChapter 7 Layout and flowChapter 8 Process technologyChapter 9 People in operationsSupplement to Chapter 9Work studyPart ThreeDELIVER Chapter 10 Planning and controlChapter 11 Capacity managementSupplement to Chapter 11Analytical queuing modelsChapter 12 Supply chain managementChapter 13 Inventory managementChapter 14 Planning and control systemsSupplement to Chapter 14Materials requirements planning (MRP)Chapter 15 Lean operationsPart FourDEVELOPMENTChapter 16 Operations improvementChapter 17 Quality managementSupplement to Chapter 17Statistical process controlChapter 18 Managing risk and recoveryChapter 19 Project managementNotes on chaptersGlossaryIndex