Operations Management for Competitive Advantage with Student-CD
|Rating||:||4.64 (872 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||765 Pages|
A UCLA grad and Buffa student. He is on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Operations Management, an Advisor to Production and Operations Management journal, and a Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute.F. . Richard B. He is widely published in both books and academic journals and is considered one of the top service "gurus" in the field. He has a PH.D from Ohio State and is past Vice President of the Decision Sciences Institute
Reassessing My Earlier Thoughts Robert I. Hedges I have previously reviewed this book, but have recently read it again, and am reassessing my opinions on it. While I still hold most of my earlier opinions, I have a couple of other insights after the second reading.First, the PowerPoint slides on the included CD are very useful, and are generally well done, but they do contain a number of errors, which should have definitely been caught.Second, the book gets more mathematically oriented as it goes on, and by the time the reader gets to about Chapter 9, the book. "Well organized" according to Hematite. Good book / bad class. I'm an MBA student who had a last minute instructor change. Glad I picked up this book cheap, as the instructor was never organized enough to use it effectively.. Abhilash Nambiar said It is OK. This book is useful, but not for beginners. It starts easy then gets too complicated.
Technology is integral to the success of this course, as such, CJA also provide students and instructors with an innovative array of leading edge technology learning and teaching tools.. Chase, Jacobs and Aquilano: Operations Management for Competitive Advantage, 10/e (CJA) provides a current and thorough introduction to the concepts, processes, and methods of managing and controlling operations in manufacturing or service settings. The concepts are illustrated by using abundant real world examples, articles, illustrations, problems and cases. CJA also thoroughly integrates and discusses current issues such as globalization; supply chain strategy, E-business, and ERP. The text provides comprehensive coverage, from high-tech manufacturing to high touch services with a balanced treatment
He is on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Operations Management, an Advisor to Production and Operations Management journal, and a Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute.F. Chase is Director of the Center for Operations Management Research and Education at USC. He has a PH.D from Ohio State and is past Vice President of the Decision Sciences Institute, Information Technology Coordinator for Decision Sciences Institute for 1997, as well as Associate Editor on the board of the Journal of Operations Management.Nicholas Aquilano is retired from the University of Arizona but is providing a critical eye to the revision. He is widely published in both books and academic journals and is considered one of the top service "gurus" in the field. About the Author Richard B. A UCLA grad and Buffa student. . Robert Jacobs is currently department chairman at Indiana University