Skip Nav

Operations Management

Journal of Operations Management

❶Nonoperative and Operative Management of Snapping Scapula.

Latest articles

'+this.p(facetLabel) + '
Latest issues
Essay title: Operations Management

Each of the components and the relationships among them will be discussed thoroughly. The paper provides theoretical and managerial ideas and insights in order to sustain the role of expert systems in supporting the strategic planning process in the operations management function, and finally we provide suggestions for further research.

Enabling the career development of female managers in finance and retail. Planning a successful robotics implementation.

Nonoperative and Operative Management of Snapping Scapula. Non-Operative Management in Eight Cases. Non-operative management of blunt liver injuries. Over a year period patients with liver injuries following blunt abdominal trauma were seen at Westmead Hospital. A decision to treat the liver injury without an operation was made in 55 20 per cent of the patients.

Two of these 55 patients required a subsequent laparotomy, one for continued bleeding and one for a bile leak. No patient died from a missed intra-abdominal or retroperitoneal injury or from concealed haemorrhage.

These patients were compared with patients with liver injuries who were operated on. The two groups of patients could be distinguished in terms of their clinical status on arrival at the hospital, the magnitude of their injury and the sequelae of the injury. Non-operative management proved a safe alternative to an operation in appropriate patients, but a laparotomy to exclude unsuspected intra-abdominal injuries is associated with little significant morbidity and offers some reassurance in managing patients with multiple injuries.

The hotel business is highly competitive, especially as today the supply of rooms exceeds the demand in the market. The guest rooms are the main revenue earning product of the hotel. The hotels provide a range of facilities to suit the The hotels provide a range of facilities to suit the tastes and pockets of the customer. The hotels retain their customers by offering different themes, contemporary designs and some offer unique facilities and services.

Hotels that can attract, maintain, satisfy and retain customers are more likely to survive in the competitive market and will earn good revenue, higher occupancy percentage and better revenue per available room for the hotels. Cleanliness and hygiene was rated as the most important factor by the Hoteliers as well as the Customers for a guest to return to a hotel. Extending the Boundaries of Operations Management: A case study assessment of the operational performance of a multiple fresh produce distribution centre in the UK.

Purpose — The aim of this paper is to evaluate current operational status of fresh produce distribution centres in the UK and to identify the nature and magnitude of the main logistical problems within them. As of the late s, various changes were As of the late s, various changes were introduced into the TPS. Some of these, such as line segmentation, the use of inter-segment buffers and high-tech automation, have been portrayed as breaks.

Cross-border standardisation and reorganisation in European multinational companies. These developments require an in-depth and It draws on a systematic analysis of relevant literature and expert interviews. In practice, all six trends often interconnect to exert a strong impact on labour and labour relations in contemporary MNCs.

Companies are subject to external and internal constraints, and they constantly seek ways to respond to these forces to survive and thrive Chakravarty, Shifting globalization patterns and disrupting technologies call the Shifting globalization patterns and disrupting technologies call the feasibility of current operations and supply chain strategies. Rare exceptions like Williams focused on how to capture FDI for Latin America by expanding the stock of infrastructure and its quality.

Due to the chronical issues of infrastructure, logistics, cultural and language limitations, managers have been setting up creative ways of defining supply chain and operations strategies to maintain its competitiveness. This Special Issue intends to open a broad agenda to raise awareness among Operations and Supply Chain researchers of the importance of exchanging experiences from different fields of knowledge instead of exploit findings, constraints, lessons learned at a single perspective Siegler et al.

New research by Christopher Stanton and colleagues has the answer. This study of a large online freelance marketplace finds that enhanced user trust increases this risk, alongside other contributing factors like being geographically near one another, having easily divisible jobs, and clients themselves having high ratings.

Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods seemed a Wall Street dream come true. But then Amazon's data-driven efficiency met the customer-driven culture at Whole Foods—and the shelves began to empty. Dennis Campbell and Tatiana Sandino discuss their new case study. The world's economies are interconnected by globalization, which makes threats of tariff wars doubly dangerous, says Willy Shih.

Stabilizing the domain name resolution DNS infrastructure is critical to the operation of the internet. Single points of failure become more consequential as a larger proportion of the internet's biggest sites are managed by a small number of externally hosted DNS providers. Providers could encourage diversification by requiring domain owners to select a secondary DNS provider.

Companies pay close attention when a competitor drops out of the market, according to new research by Joshua Lev Krieger. Too often, though, they come to the wrong conclusion. This study shows that a large and dynamic supply chain economy plays a crucial role in innovation and in the creation of well-paid jobs. Traded service suppliers are particularly important.

Policies that help suppliers access skilled labor, buyers, and capital could be beneficial for fostering innovation and economic growth. This paper provides a novel industry categorization that quantifies the supply chain economy in the United States. Suppliers of goods, and particularly services, to business and government are a distinct and large sector, and play an important role in national innovation and economic performance.

While no one likes standing in line for service, being last intensifies the pain of waiting, doubles the probability of switching queues, and quadruples the chances of leaving the line altogether. Many service settings could be improved if managers actively mitigated last place aversion.

When buyers transact with sellers, they select not only whom to transact with but also for how long. This paper develops a model of optimal contract duration arising from underlying supply costs and transaction costs. The model allows for the quantification of transaction costs, which are often unobserved, and the impact of these costs on welfare.

With the help of LEGO bricks, Stefan Thomke helps business executives discover how design principles can serve as building blocks to create a great customer experience. Suppliers face increasing pressure from the institutional environment as well as demands from buyers to improve working conditions.

Operations Management

Main Topics

Privacy Policy

ABC analysis in operations management is used in inventory management. To answer the first question follow the following steps: 1. Multiply the .

Privacy FAQs

- Operations Management The purpose of this paper is to describe the importance of operations management to a health care organization. In addition, the author of this .

About Our Ads

The mission of Journal of Operations Management (JOM) is to publish original, empirical operations management research that demonstrates both academic and practical relevance. Academic relevance means the research contributes to on-going academic discussions and debates on relevant topics in operations management. Sample Research Paper on Operations Management I would like to start by saying that operations risks is a risk of loss as a result of inadequate, improper and failed internal corporate processes, employees, human capital .

Cookie Info

Read this Business Research Paper and over 88, other research documents. Operations Management. An Introduction to Operations Management Compiled by: Yosef N School of Graduate Studies Unity University College Addis Ababa March /5(1). Operations Management Final Research Paper 1. Running head: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT: NON-PROFIT 1 Operations Management: Non-Profit Animal Sanctuary Laura Ankerson Globe University 2.