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Operations Engineering and Management: Concepts, Analytics and Principles for Improvement

Abstract

Discover how to apply engineering thinking and data analytics in your business operations This hands-on textbook shows, step by step, how to use the engineering problem solving approach and data analytics techniques to drive effective tactical and control-level decision making in operations systems and supply chains. Operations Engineering and Management: Concepts, Analytics and Principles for Improvement is based on the author’s successful classes in both business and engineering. The book presents concepts and principles of operations management, with a strong emphasis on analytics and operations improvement. You will also get full details on the classic management approach to operations and supply chain management. Coverage includes: Operations strategy Process-flow analysis Forecasting and variability Capacity concepts and measures Throughput improvement Flow time analysis and improvement Inventory management for deterministic and stochastic demand Inventory improvement Aggregate planning and lean operations Operations scheduling and flexible operations Quality management and control Quality improvement and Six Sigma

Type

Book

Author(s)

Seyed Iravani

Date Published

2020

Citations

Iravani, Seyed. 2020. Operations Engineering and Management: Concepts, Analytics and Principles for Improvement. McGraw-Hill.

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