Operations Management models for powerpoint presentations

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  • Operations Function: Narrow Definition
  • Operations Function: Broad Definition
  • Input-Transformation-Output Processes
  • Output: A Mixture of Goods and Services
  • Macro and Micro Operations
  • Micro Operations and Business Processes
  • Physical Buffering
  • Organizational Buffering
  • A Typology of Operations
  • Operations Management and Strategy
  • The Three Roles of the Operations Function
  • The Role and the Contribution of the Operations Function
  • External and Internal Effects on the Performance Objectives
  • The Influences on the Relative Importance of Performance Objectives
  • Different Competitive Factors and Performance Objectives
  • Order-winning and Qualifying Objectives
  • Competitor Activity and the Influence on Performance Objectives
  • Effects of the Product/Service Life Cycle
  • Design Activities in Operations Management
  • Design Screening
  • Process Types in Manufacturing Operations
  • Process Types in Service Operations
  • Line of Fit of Process to Volume/Variety Characteristics
  • The Customer-Marketing-Design Feedback Loop
  • Stages of Product/Service Design
  • Concept Generation from Internal and External Sources
  • From an Idea to a Concept
  • Concept Screening
  • Effect of a Delay in Time to Market
  • Organization Structures for Design Activity
  • Total and Immediate Supply Networks
  • Vertical Integration for an Assembly Operation
  • The Extent of Process Span of Vertical Integration
  • The Balance of Internal/External Trade
  • Supply- and Demand-Side Factors in Location Decisions
  • Capacity-Leading and Capacity-Lagging Strategies
  • Relationship Between Process and Basic Layout Types
  • Volume Variety and Layout Type
  • Types of Cell
  • Relative Rates of Innovation for Product and Process Technology
  • Volume and Variety Characteristics
  • Increasing Integration of Manufacturing Technologies
  • The Growth in Telecommunication Services
  • The Elements of Job Design
  • The Chronology of the Differente Approaches to Job Design
  • Differente Approaches to Job Design
  • Causes of Seasonality
  • Capacity Planning and Control
  • Dynamics of Capacity Planning
  • The Position of Inventory I
  • The Position of Inventory II
  • The Position of Inventory III
  • The Position of Inventory IV
  • Inventory Profile
  • Economic Order Quantity
  • Pareto Curve for Items in a Warehouse
  • Supply Chain Management
  • The Purchasing Function
  • The Multi-Echelon Physical System I
  • Multi-Echelon Physical System II
  • Multi-Echelon Physical System III
  • Responsibilities of Supplier and Purchaser
  • Materials Management
  • Material Requirement Planning
  • Inputs into the Master Production Schedule
  • Different Shapes of Product Structure
  • Closed-Loop MRP
  • Traditional Flow
  • Just-in-time (JIT) Flow
  • A Typology of Projects
  • The Process of Project Planning
  • Effect of Higher Quality on Revenue and Cost
  • The Customer‘s Views of Quality
  • Gap Analysis Between Customers‘ Perception and Expectation
  • Change in Customers‘ Needs and the Operation‘s Performance over Time
  • The Importance-Performance Matrix
  • Breakthrough Improvement
  • The PDCA Cycle
  • The Business Process Re-engineering Approach
  • Flow Chart for Customer Query
  • Cause-Effect Diagram
  • Pareto Diagram
  • Why-Why Analysis
  • Failure Prevention and Recovery
  • View of Maintenance Costs I
  • View of Maintenance Costs II
  • Failure Curves for Two Machines
  • The Stages in Failure Planning
  • Total Quality Management
  • The Cost of Errors in Different Development Stages
  • The TQM Quality Cost Model
  • Group-based Improvement
  • The Effectiveness of the TQM Initiative
  • The European Quality Award Model
  • Sweeney‘s Generic Strategies
  • International Operations Network Configurations
  • The Performance Objective Trade-Off
  • Common Forecasting Techniques
  • Trend-, Seasonality and Random Variation Analysis
  • The Standard Time Approach
  • Drawpack Diagrams
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