The Conception Of Operation Management

1521 WordsFeb 22, 20167 Pages
Abstract This report describes about the conception of operation management, and history of operation management. It also presents the circumstance of New Zealand SMEs and analysis on number of birth and deaths of different business sectors in 2010. At the end of the report, it provides the review of the business in New Zealand by major focus on their needs. In section 1, the report demonstrates the review of literature on the operations management. Among them, it includes what is operations management, explaining the roles and responsibilities of the operation managers, and looking back the historical review of operations. In section 2, it describes about New Zealand SMEs and analysis on business data in 2010. In addition, it shows the review about how operations management can benefit New Zealand business. At the end of section, it indicates how learning operation management benefits future career for young generation. Section 1 1.1 Operations Everything you see that is not in nature has been designed and produced by someone. It can be buildings, airplanes, clothes, furniture and even the food we eat is produced by people engaged in operations. So operations actually underpin most of human activity and shape the society which we live in. So the definition of operations is that part of a business organization that is responsible for producing goods and services (Stevenson, 2015) 1.2 Operations Management Operations Management can be defined very simply as the management of
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