Operations Management

Operations Management

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Publisher PHI Learning All Maintenance & Production books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120349780
Author: Subimal Bhattacharya
Number of Pages 598
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Operations Management by Subimal Bhattacharya
Book Summary:
A successful Operations Management (OM) requires a totality perspective: it has to have a cross-functional approach, involving all operations functions, such as Engineering, Human Resource Management (HRM), Purchasing, Manufacturing, Logistics, Accounting, Finance, and Marketing. This book comprehensively delves on all components of Operations Management, and pans out practical approaches for their effective and efficient handling.

The book shows how Operations Management integrates the Top management, i.e. strategic level; Middle management, i.e. tactical level; and Functional management, i.e. operational slevel functions, to complement each other. Divided into 11 sections containing 28 chapters, the book extensively elucidates processes to formulate successful products and services, tools and measures of quality control standards (TQM), and various effective Supply Chain Management techniques. Along with theoretical expositions, the concepts are exemplified with Real-Life Cases and Examples throughout.

The book is primarily intended for the postgraduate students of Management and Engineering—Production, Industrial and Mechanical. Also, the book will be equally useful for the management and engineering professionals.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Management and Engineering students.
Table of Contents :

Section 1: Business’s Relevance to Society

1. What is Operations Management?

2. Operations Management (Product)

3. Operations Management (Services)

4. Operations Management (Retailing)

5. Operations Management (Challenges)

Section 2: Advancing Competitive Advantage

6. Strategy

Section 3: Toyota Production System

7. Just in Time

8. Lean

9. Kanban

10. The 5S System

11. Total Productive Maintenance

Section 4: Strategic Operations Plan

12. Process Technology

13. Process Design

14. Product Development

15. Capacity Planning

Section 5: Conjecturing Future Sales

16. Forecasting

Section 6: Honouring the Trust of Customers

17. Quality

Section 7: Materialisation of the Company Mission

18. Operations Facilities Layout Planning

19. Production, Planning and Production Control

Section 8: Management of Materials for Mission Materialisation

20. Inventory Management

21. Purchase Management

22. Stores Management

Section 9: Application of Numeracy for Smart Fulfilment of Mission

23. Operations Management and Quantitative Techniques

Section 10: In Pursuit of Excellence

24. Total Quality Management

25. Business Process Reengineering

Section 11: Improving Competitive Advantage

26. Logistics

27. Supply Chain Management

28. Customer Service