Operations Management2nd Edition
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Ch. 1 Introduction to Operations Management
Ch. 2 Introduction to Processes
Ch. 3 Process Analysis
Ch. 4Process Improvement
Ch. 5 Process Analysis with Multiple Flows
Ch. 6 Learning Curves
Ch. 7 Process Interruptions
Ch. 8 Lean Operations and the Toyota Production System
Ch. 9 Quality and Statistical Process Control
Ch. 10 Introduction to Inventory Management
Ch. 11 Supply Chain Management
Ch. 12 Inventory Management with Steady Demand
Ch. 13 Inventory Management with Perishable Demand
Ch. 14 Inventory Management with Frequent Orders
Ch. 15 Forecasting
Ch. 16 Service Systems with Patient Customers
Ch. 17 Service Systems with Impatient Customers
Ch. 18 Scheduling to Prioritize Demand
Ch. 19 Project Management
Ch. 20 New Product Development
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