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The operations of a firm involve the acquisition of productive resources by IT, their configuration into a productive system, and their utilization in producing goods and services. These activities require decision making at strategic, planning, and scheduling levels. Operations Management is concerned with formulating and solving such decision problems. On the one hand, this demands the realistic modeling of these decision problems; on the other, the solution to the problem requires a knowledge of the relevant methodology and, very often, the development of new theory and techniques.

NameEmailExpertise
Greg DobsonDobson, Greg
  • Operations Management
  • Operations Management-Manufacturing
  • Operations Management-Services
Harry GroeneveltGroenevelt, Harry
  • Business Analytics
  • Health Care Management
  • Manufacturing Management
  • Operations Management
  • Operations Management-Manufacturing
  • Operations Management-Services
  • Service Management
Phllip LedererLederer, Phllip
  • Operations Management
  • Operations Management-Manufacturing
  • Operations Management-Services
Ricky Roet-GreenRoet-Green, Ricky
  • Business Analytics
  • Information Systems Management
  • Manufacturing Management
  • Operations Management
  • Operations Management-Manufacturing
  • Operations Management-Services
  • Service Management
Abraham SeidmannSeidmann, Abraham
  • Business Analytics
  • Business Systems Consulting
  • Computers and Information Systems
  • Operations Management
  • Operations Management-Manufacturing
  • Operations Management-Services
Yaron ShaposhnikShaposhnik, Yaron
  • Operations Management
Vera TilsonTilson, Vera
  • Operations Management
  • Operations Management-Manufacturing
 
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