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Globalization And Productivity
(Globalization of the World Economy Series) by David Greenaway (Hardcover - Oct 2008). Edward Elgar Pub (October 2008).
This two-volume set is an indispensable selection of recent and classic research papers exploring the link between globalization and productivity growth. The editors' careful selection includes articles that focus on the impact of globalization on aggregate productivity, openness, international technology diffusion, and trade adjustment and productivity growth. Other topics include inward and outward foreign direct investment, international outsourcing and the critical relationship between exporting and productivity. The set will be an essential reference point for researchers, students and policy-makers concerned with globalization and productivity. More information 

Kaizen for the Shopfloor Learning Package (Loose Leaf - Jan 1, 2003). Productivity Press; 1 edition (January 1, 2003).
Productivity's new Kaizen Learning Package provides the information and techniques you need to prepare for and conduct a successful Kaizen event. More information

LEAN SIX SIGMA, 10 USERS CD ROM by Daniel Farb (Audio CD - Jul 2005)Audiobook. University Of Health Care (July 2005).
Lean Six Sigma is a fascinating work relevant to any industry. It is intended to be used by management and employees. The work is broken down into easily understood modules, full of video clips, animations, and interactivity. More information 

Managing Worldwide Operations and Communications With Information Technology by Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (Hardcover - April 15, 2007). IGI Global (April 15, 2007).
The information technology domain is a dynamic and expansive component that is essential to todays organizational structure. The diffusion of information technology through every industry worldwide has dramatically increased the demand for multidisciplinary and comprehensive research to address the successes, pitfalls, opportunities, challenges, as well as the behavioral, social, economic, and interpersonal impacts, of widespread IT implementation. Managing Worldwide Operations and Communications with Information Technology compiles unique perspectives from the world s leading authorities on the impact of information technology on diverse industries, and the challenges and obstacles that management must face in order to maximize the success of information technology integration into their organizations. More information 

Matching Supply with Demand: An Introduction to Operations Management. Grard Cachon and Christian Terwiesch by Gerard Cachon (Paperback - Jun 2008). Irwin/McGraw-Hill; 2nd edition (June 2008). More information 

Operations Management (SAGE Library in Business and Management) by David J Bennett (Hardcover - Jul 21, 2006). Sage Publications Ltd; Three-Volume Set edition (July 21, 2006).
Operations Management (OM) represents a dynamic and significant field of scholarly research and writing. Changes in the business environment over the last fifteen years has driven rapid developments in OM practice so that the production of goods and provision of services are now more market focused rather than technology led. This collection defines the nature and meaning of Operations Management. It draws together leading edge papers that reveal the state of Operations Management today and classic articles that chart the development of practice to the present. More information 

Operations Management: Contemporary Concepts and Cases by Roger G Schroeder (Paperback - Nov 12, 2007). McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 4 edition (November 12, 2007).
Operations Management: Contemporary Concepts and Cases, is an ideal book for the instructor seeking a short text with cases. This book employs a cross-functional perspective, appealing to non-majors and practical for use in an MBA level course in operations management. The size and price of the book also make the text attractive for the cross-functional curriculum where students are required to purchase more than one text. The cases offer variety in length and rigor; and several are from Harvard and Darden. More information 

Operations Management: Creating Value Along the Supply Chain by Roberta S. Russell and Bernard W. Taylor (Hardcover - Dec 21, 2007). Wiley; 6 edition (December 21, 2007).
Featuring an ideal balance of managerial issues and quantitative techniques, this introduction to operations management keeps pace with current innovations and issues in the field. It presents the concepts clearly and logically, showing readers how OM relates to real business. The new edition also integrates the experiences of a real company throughout each chapter to clearly illustrate the concepts. Readers will find brief discussions on how the company manages areas such as inventory and forecasting to provide a real-world perspective. More information 

Operations Management: Processes and Value Chains, 8th edition by Lee J. Krajewski, Larry P Ritzman, and Manoj K. Malhotra (Hardcover - Feb 27, 2006). Prentice Hall; 8 edition (February 27, 2006).
This book blends the latest in strategic OM issues with proven analytic techniques. While maintaining its perspective on the big picture and the strategic importance of operations, this edition shifts its overall approach to a process orientation–both service and manufacturing. More information 

Production/Operations Management by Gaither (Hardcover - Dec 2002). South-Western Pub; 6 Vhs edition (December 2002). More information 


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