Principles In Operations Management

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Operations management is a very important aspect of any business in the marketplace because it determines the quality of products and services of a business. The fact that, the operations management as a branch of management is concerned with designing and controlling the process of production means that, the outcome of a product or service in an organization is a result of the strategic or lack of strategic operations decisions. Organization must engage innovative operations management strategies that aim at cutting costs and increasing the quality of products and services in a business. Operations management as a form of management is characterized with effectiveness and efficiency, whereby, when management fails to make strategic decisions…show more content…
Principles are the core strategic values, ethics, and culture, that an organization adopts in order to meet the core needs of the business. Therefore, the importance of principles in the dynamic environment of operations management include helping to improve understanding of operations managers, direction that managers should be trained, research, and how they should manage the organization. The overall importance of principles on the dynamic environment of operations management is to ensure that the organization adopts a strategic angle that catapults the organization into success and production of quality products and services. Operations managers must understand the needs of the organizations in order to plan for the future effectively. The demand of producing quality products and services depends on how prepared the operations managers are in terms of preparing employees to focus on quality and effectiveness and the entire production of outcome to utilize less money, by deliver maximum profits for the organization (Ritzman & Malhorta,…show more content…
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