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Some of you have asked if can I recommend Operations Management books, this led me to writing this blog. Some of the books listed below do serve as leading operations management textbooks. In this blog, I will give you my pick of the Best 13 Operations Management books in no particular order that I believe will not only help with theoretical scenarios but will equip every Supply Chain Professional to tackle and adapt to any real-world situation in operations world.

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The text is well organized and the author did a great job in keeping explanation as modest as possible. Even the end of chapter questions are the same. This Operations Management book offers a comprehensive and real-world overview to operations, strengthened with an all-embracing assemblage of practice exercises.

Operations Management 11th Edition offers a wide-ranging overview to Operations Management field operations in a genuine and practical way, while providing the highest and most assorted collection of problems among other Operations Management books. I like how they lay out all the definitions in the margins and go into further detail in the reading. This Operations Management book offers a managerial style to Operations Management. This book offers students and readers alike with a complete framework for addressing operational process and supply chain problems.

The author used a systemized method while concentrating on subjects of present interest. The text provides plentiful prospects for students to practice the role of a manager with stimulating cases and problems. A personalized library of videos for distinct chapters, practical exercises, simulations, and online resources securely integrated with MyOMLab. This Operations Management book is an outstanding autobiography on Jack Welch takes us on the hurly-burly ride that has been his amazing life.

In his year career at the top of General Electric, Jack Welch defied conventional wisdom and turned an aging corporation into a lean, mean engine of growth and corporate innovation. From his working-class childhood to his early days in G.

Written in a fast-paced thriller style, The Goal, a gripping novel, is transforming management thinking throughout the world. It is part of the Operations Management books recommend for everyone.

It contains a serious message for all managers in industry and explains the ideas, which underline the Theory of Constraints TOC , developed by Eli Goldratt.

I have read this book and it is unquily written. By analyzing the discipline of getting things done, this Operations Management book has helped thousands of business people to make the final leap to success.

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Execution shows how to link the three fundamental elements of every organization and create a business based on exchange of ideas, intellectual honesty and realism. With case histories from the real world, Execution offers the realistic and hard-nosed approach to business success.

This Operations Management textbook focuses on the sustainable and socially responsible imperatives of operations management, using over cases and illustrations of real-life operations around the world.

Written by best-selling authors in the field, this Operations Management book inspires a critical and applied mastery of the core principles and process which are fundamental to successfully managing business operations. Approaching the subject from a managerial perspective, this brand-new text provides clear and concise coverage of the nature, principles, and practice of operations and process management.

This new Operations Management book provides a comprehensive and refreshing insight into the more advanced topic of operations strategy. It builds on concepts from strategic management, operations management, marketing, and human resources.

A three-part organization covers the nature, content, and process of operations strategy. This Operations Management book serves as an extremely resourceful aid for this difficult subject. Highly recommend. In the 5th Edition of Operations Management, the authors have strengthened their commitment to improve the teaching and learning experience in the introductory operations management course. This Operations Management book offers a solid foundation of Operations Management with clear, guided instruction and a balance between quantitative and qualitative concepts.

Through an integrated approach, the authors illustrate how all business students will interact with Operations Management in future careers. Operations Managers can use this Operations Management book as a resource that will enhance their experiences with relevant examples and discussions.

This fourth edition arms them with the information needed to succeed. Operations Management by William J. The Tenth Edition of Operations Management features the latest concepts and applications while preserving the core concepts that have made the text a market leader. Stevenson's careful explanations and approachable format supports students in understanding the important operations management concepts as well as applying tools and methods.

By providing detailed examples, so The Tenth Edition of Operations Management features the latest concepts and applications while preserving the core concepts that have made the text a market leader.

By providing detailed examples, solved problems, questions, and cases students learn by doing, and the Tenth Edition continues to offer more support for 'doing Operations' than any other. Get A Copy.

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Jan 12, Haytham Badawey rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am in love with this book. I keep reading it from time to time, 2 years now after graduation.

It never gets old or boring. This book makes sophisticated topics look simple. From the first to the last chapter, I love how everything is explained and presented.

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The solved examples are very clear and elaborate and the exercises at the end of each chapter are so helpful too. This book is awesome in every-way! View all 5 comments. Oct 10, Tamara rated it really liked it. Keeping this one. Great case studies. I am so much smarter. May 24, Shannon rated it did not like it Shelves: I hate every single thing about this book and the class. Jan 10, Tania rated it it was amazing.

I used this textbook for my Operations Management course, and we covered 18 of the 19 chapters in class. This was a very interesting text, presenting concepts and theory interspersed with real world examples. Each example was an outline of the issue followed by a detailed retelling of how it was approached and resolved.

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Operations Management includes a lot of math, and the book did a nice job teaching that as well. Each formula was explained, then several examples were worked out step-by-step. A I used this textbook for my Operations Management course, and we covered 18 of the 19 chapters in class. A companion website to the book contains both Excel templates for the formulas and training videos on using the templates.

The end of each chapter included key terms, a summary of hot topics covered, and review questions, exercises, and case studies. The content was well organized and formatted.

Ce livre m'a servi pour deux cours de gestion de la production. Nov 03, Chandni Rheedaye rated it it was amazing.

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