The multifunctional nature of Operations Management requires a high level of process- and system-based synchronization across many different departments and divisions to be successful. The structural organization of the US Army is heavily dependent on Operations Management for missions to be accomplished, and long-term strategic visions to be attained (VanVactor, 2007). The intent of this analysis is to evaluate how the five areas of accounting, industrial engineering, management, management science and statistics, in conjunction with critical path analysis and linear programming, are used extensively throughout the US Army's supply chain operations.
Effectively coordinated and managed the team’s schedule and execution of an additional 38 remotely supported events outside of the seven projected on-site engagements. I developed and implemented an ESA Content Build program, a systematical process to retrieve and harvest post-exercise material from units for posting on G27 portal. This program resulted in a 118% increased of posted exercises accessible on ESA portals and provided adapted exercise material that reduces unit’s exercise planning and designing phases which conserved time and resources. Provided a Senior Leader Overview to First Army’s 120th Infantry Bde commander, subordinate battalion commanders and staffs that established G27’s Tool Suite (ESA, EDT, VOA, ION) as their primary method for exercise planning and designing used for deploying USAR/ARNG validation exercises (VALEX). Routinely dialogue and provide remote support to 120th Infantry Bde staff, one of only two staffed sites that provides VALEX for USAR/NG units prior to their imminent deployment, to harvest exercise material and data to reuse for future deployments. Regularly conducted formal briefings, presentations, executive
PrimePoint Polygraph is a self-owned company that provides adequate polygraph, and investigative services. Tim Ruby is both the owner, and operator of PrimePoint. Ruby is a full time forensic psychophysiologist for the government. He has been a polygrapher for six years. In addition, he conducts testing for post convicted sex offenders, and pre-employment for law enforcement. Ruby got interested in the polygraph field as a former police officer, and criminal investigator. He was given the opportunity to attend the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s polygraph school, which sparked his interest in the field. He then pursued the field by earning an Associate Degree of Criminal Justice Administration, as well as a Bachelors Degree of Science and
Priscilla was on time and professionally dressed for her interview. She moved to NM when she was seven with her parents. She is very proud of herself with the things that she has accomplish since moving to the United States. She is a well-rounded student with interest in many areas. Her brother currently attends UNM. She stated that her friends would describe her as shy around people she does not know, friendly, responsible and passionate about school. She wants to have a specialty that helps children or women heath. If she could not be a doctor she would be a marine biologist or a conservationist.
When thinking about which resources are available to our community, it was not possible to come up short. There are innumerable services available to our community, and I chose one of special importance to me. The Livingston Regional Hospital is one of the many resources in our community, and being a hospital, they offer many services that can assist people in many different ways. I also interviewed a lady that goes to my church who works there for patients with respiratory problems. In this paper, I will be; presenting the services that the hospital provides, evaluating an interview, discussing how I think that they contribute to the community, and discussing what I would like to see added to the community in terms of health care providers.
Using the interview guide, we interviewed Larissa, a Personal Support Worker (PSW) who works at Gary J. Armstrong (Gary J). Larissa has been working as a PSW for close to two decades and was able to provided valuable insight into her discipline. During the interview, Larissa discussed her role as PSW at Gary J and outlined the knowledge and skills required for her practice.
In this distribution department of jewelers firm if goods will not deliver on time to the client organization might not get the order again and this could be resolve only when team member know how to take the tasks on priories level.
In this report the objective was to select a company and interview to gain greater insight on they use processes to establish standardized, controlled steps to achieve consistency in its various operations. The name of the store owner I interviewed was Mr. Paul J. Dial, owner of the Food Depot located in my town of Stockbridge, Ga. In a 20 minute interview I asked him questions pertaining to the process his company uses that are critical to the effectiveness, profitability, and flow of products bought from his store.
As a Director of External Operations and Planning, I successfully provide leadership and strategic planning for Coty International’s external supply chain operation. The scope of my responsibility includes the support of brand growth and distribution budget of $175M, meeting and exceeding the customer service goal of 96.7%. My direct leadership includes driving performance to target in the key indicators for supply chain oriented measures: development and formulation of long and short-range planning, policies, programs and objectives related to supply
When evaluating the four-core process such as Supplier Relationship, New Service /Product Development, Order fulfillment and Customer Relationship, I conclude that the main focuses DLA Troop Support has now are mainly in two of them. These are supplier relationship process and order fulfillment process. This
Not long ago HD’s supply-chain was an imbalance of separate departments not focusing on their core competencies. Engineers were hiring suppliers when they should have been designing and while production was jeopardized by suppliers unable to meet commercial demand. Not only were purchasing and inventory costs increased as result of inadequacies but operations went from 11% of revenue in 1990 to 17.7% in 1993 (Klamath, 2008).
In this assignment I will define, compare and contrast the management concepts and outline how they are similar and how they interrelate with each other. I will also outline how the concepts will help an organisation improve its business processes. The four concepts I will be using in this assignment will be as follows:
As a brief description of the subject in the study, the life cycle of logistics can also be maximized through establishing effective management organizing efforts to maintain a certain company’s operational structure that will avoid or prevent errors and mismanagement that can take place within the corporation. In this case, the 360 degree logistics can be found when there will be a capital expenditure that will be carried out to fund materials and human resources that will be helping to manufacture product. As soon as the product will be made and distributed to the market, there will be an exchange of commodity