For the introductory Operations Management course, at both the undergraduate and graduate level where the course is designed to introduce students to the concepts of production and services planning and manufacturing/delivery. Encompassing everything from Project Management, Product Design, Linear Programming, and Quality Control, to Decision Theory, Supply Chain Management, Forecasting, and Inventory Management, most departments offer a common core of topics from the list above, and then add whichever topics best suit their program. The new Canadian edition ofFoundations of Operations Managementaddresses a growing demand for a briefer book in operations management. At just over 500 pages, it strikes the perfect balance by covering the essential topics and provides the pedagogical structure beginning students need.Larry P. Ritzman, Lee J. Krajewski, Robert D. Klassen. We must ... The secretary can type 10 pages per hour on average according to an exponential distribution. a. What is the ... Do you observe a difference in the answers to parts (a) and (b)?
|Title||:||Foundations of Operations Management|
|Author||:||Larry P. Ritzman, Lee J. Krajewski, Robert D. Klassen|
|Publisher||:||Toronto. : Pearson Prentice Hall - 2004|