Operations management first canadian edition

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Operations Management, First Canadian Edition, by Jay Heizer

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Jay Heizer

ISBN 13: 9780132687584

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Global seems the better label for Boeing since authority and responsibility reside in the U. Six reasons to internationalize: Reduce costs, improve supply chain, provide better goods and services, attract new markets, learn to improve operations, attract and retain global talent. Sweetness at Coca-Cola is adjusted for the tastes of individual countries. A mission specifies where the organization is going and a Strategy specifies how it is going to get there. The answer to this question will depend on the establishment studied, but should probably include some of the following considerations: The mission: diagnose automobile problems and make the necessary repair at a fair price for the local customer. Points to consider, or options, within the 10 decision areas are: Decision:. Employment of certified versus noncertified repair persons; employment of specialists versus general mechanics Choice of supplier s for both general and original manufacturer parts and supplies Hours of operation A.

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