Managing the Operations Functions of the Firm: Concepts and Challenges

Author(s):
Julius Kakuru
Published:
2008
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In Stock
This book is targeted at the operations function of the firm which has evolved from being a subject area in economics to a strategic function as seen in most organisations today. The primary aim of...
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This book is targeted at the operations function of the firm which has evolved from being a subject area in economics to a strategic function as seen in most organisations today.
The primary aim of the book is to provide knowledge and skills of managing production decisions as a core functional activity of the business.
The book deals with Productive System Design; Product Design and Development; The Location and Layout Decision; Capacity Planning and Management in Operations; Production Planning and Scheduling; Management of Human Resources in Operations; Maintenance of Physical Resources in Production and Operations Management; Quality Management in Operations. The book concludes with Design of Integrated Operations Strategy. It contains
relevant figures, illustrations and examples. The book also has useful review questions to guide students. A useful glossary and index have been provided for quick reference.


About Author
Julius Kakuru (PhD), is a senior lecturer at Makerere University Business School. He is the author of Finance Decisions and the Business.