Operations management in organizations

IB Business Management: Operations management in organizations

Operations management is about the management process of creating goods and services that people want to purchase, using the resources that are available to the organization in question. Businesses earn a profit from the production process by adding value in the production process, i.e. the price that customers pay for the good or service is greater than the costs of producing that product.To produce goods and services,...


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