Managing Technology in the Operations Function (Securities Institute Global Capital Markets Series) (Securities Institute Operations Management) by David Loader

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Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Applications of Computing,
  • Finance & Accounting,
  • Management of specific areas,
  • Corporate Finance,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Production & Operations Management,
  • Entrepreneurship,
  • Accounting - General,
  • Finance,
  • Business & Economics / Finance,
  • Banks & Banking

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7972356M
ISBN 100750654856
ISBN 109780750654852

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'Managing Technology in The Operations Function' looks at issues in technology from the operations function rather than from an IT perspective.

It explores the use of technology for processing, provision of client services, risk management and business management. Because operations management is a management function, it involves managing people, equipment, technology, information, and all the other resources needed in the production of goods and services.

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Operations Function. Introduction An organization’s operations function is concerned with getting things done i.e. producing goods and/or services for customers. Effectively, the main objective of the operations function is to produce those goods and services required by customers whilst managing resources as efficiently as possible.

RELATINSHIP WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONAL FUNCTIONS The. A definition of operational technology with examples. Operational technology is the use of information technology to control physical processes, devices and term has industrial roots that extend back to the s and applies to business following are illustrative examples of operational technology.

Operations Management: Definition, Principles, Activities, Trends Since all companies have operations, i.e. certain ways to create an optimal output from various input sources, whether it be manufacturing physical products or offering services, it is good to be familiar with the basics of managing these operations.

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Technology management is a set of management disciplines that allows organizations to manage their technological fundamentals to create competitive l concepts used in technology management are: Technology strategy (a logic or role of technology in organization), Technology forecasting (identification of possible relevant technologies for the organization, possibly through.

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Operations Management is a branch that deals with managing operations and processes within the organisation.

Efficacious management of operations ensures successful delivery of the project. The operation managers optimises the operations by making judicious use of resources and capital. They manage all the aspects related to the operations that take place in businesses.

Production, the creation of products and services, is an essential function in every firm. Production turns inputs, such as natural resources, raw materials, human resources, and capital, into outputs, which are products and services.

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Taylor, III Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. A thorough and practical guide to IT management practices and issues.

Through an approach that offers up-to-date chapter content and full-length case studies, Managing Information Technology presents in-depth coverage on IS management practices and technology trends.

The sixth edition has been thoroughly updated and streamlined to reflect current IS practices. 2 THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE OPERATIONS Operations management (OM) is the business function responsible for managing the process of creation of goods and services.

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Operations Management: Managing Global Supply Chains takes a holistic, integrated approach to managing operations and supply chains by exploring the strategic, tactical, and operational decisions and challenges facing organizations worldwide.

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This book covers the following topics: Improving Operations Performance with World Class Manufacturing Technique: A Case in Automotive Industry, Managing OEE to Optimize Factory Performance, Using Overall Equipment Effectiveness for Manufacturing System Design, Overall Equipment Effectiveness for Manufacturing System, Reliability.

1. The Operations Function 2. Operations and Supply Chain Strategy 3. Product Design 4. Process Selection 5. Service Delivery System Design 6. Process-Flow Analysis 7.

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This course enables students to develop the skills and concepts needed to ensure the ongoing contribution of a firm's operations to its competitive position. It helps them to understand the complex processes underlying the development and manufacture of. Managing Transport Operations explains the wide range of skills demanded of transport managers, who must understand the economic, social, political and technical aspects of road, rail, air and sea transport, while ensuring that levels of safety and reliability are not compromised.

The finance function works closely with operations and supply chain management in process selection, forecasting, capacity planning, inventory management, and purchasing. The human resource function works directly with operations and supply chain management when making process selection and capacity planning decisions.

5 Rules for Marketing Technology & Operations Leadership. Marketing technology and operations have become a pillar capability of the modern marketing organization. Leaders of this function sit between two layers of marketing: high-level marketing strategy and vision above, and on-the-ground marketing and customer experience delivery below.

This framework shows that the operations management role is divided into three areas: Managing input resources – Operations managers must ensure that the right resources, such as people, equipment and materials, are available in the right quantity at the right time for the operation’s needs.; Managing processes – All operations managers are responsible for processes.

Operations management is an area of management concerned with designing and controlling the process of production and redesigning business operations in the production of goods or services.

It involves the responsibility of ensuring that business operations are efficient in terms of using as few resources as needed and effective in terms of meeting customer requirements. Supply chain management, rapidly-advancing and growing ever more important in the global business climate, requires an intense understanding of both underlying principles and practical techniques.

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Managing definition, to bring about or succeed in accomplishing, sometimes despite difficulty or hardship: She managed to see the governor.

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Different IT organizations will organize their departments in different ways. Overview. The central aim of IT management is to generate value through the use of technology. To achieve this, business strategies and technology must be aligned.

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by John Simon, Thomas H. Davenport Technology & Operations Subject: Technology & Operations SubjectList: Also addresses the leadership issues for the IT function, and focuses specifically on the Chief Information Officer role.Operations is the work of managing the inner workings of your business so it runs as efficiently as possible.

Whether you make products, sell products, or provide services, every small business owner has to oversee the design and management of behind-the-scenes work.

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