Difference Between Manufacturing and Services Sector

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(GITAM School of International business) | ASSIGNMENT - I | [ OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT ] | | | |
CONCERNED FACULTY: Dr.Ch Venkataiah
SUBMITTED BY: G.V.V.S.Chandra Sekhar
REG NO: 1226212108
MBA-IBF
SECTION- ‘C’

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Difference between manufacturing and service organization’s operations
To compare the operations between the manufacturing organization and service organization, I have taken the example of Mahindra automobile sector as a manufacturing organization and State bank of India banking sector as service organization. The Mahindra Company imports its raw materials from Japan, where after getting its parts it first initially makes a body structure of the car with the obtained parts. The second stage is axle assembly, where it
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Production does not necessarily take place on the manufacturer's own site, it can take place at any point in the supply chain.
Issue of environmental concern and the affects to the organization

The carbon footprint (Green House Gas emission caused by an organization) of making a car is immensely complex. Ores have to be dug out of the ground and the metals extracted. These have to be turned into parts. Other components have to be brought together: rubber tyres, plastic dashboards, paint, and so on. All of this involves transporting things around the world. The whole lot then has to be assembled, and every stage in the process requires energy. The companies that make cars have offices and other infrastructure with their own carbon footprints, which were needed to somehow allocate proportionately to the cars that are made. Corporations do not operate in spreadsheets and documents. They operate in, interact with and affect the economy, society and the environment. This awareness is growing and is becoming the norm in the disclosure policies of corporations. No longer can an organization just report its financials and expect to satisfy the stakeholders – investors, customers and regulators. An organization must articulate to its stakeholders its approach to sustainability and communicate its social and environmental initiatives towards sustainability. In according to the environment concern Mahindra has established a green
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