Operations administration within the provide Chain: judgements and Cases is a perfect publication for the trainer looking a brief textual content with instances. This ebook employs a cross-functional point of view that emphasizes technique and significant considering, attractive to non-majors and functional to be used in an MBA point or undergraduate path in operations administration. the scale and concentration of the booklet additionally make the textual content beautiful for the cross-functional curriculum the place scholars are required to buy a couple of textual content. The 16 circumstances provide type in size and rigor; and several other are from Ivey, Stanford, and Darden. this mixture makes the ebook applicable for either undergraduates and MBA scholars.
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