by Massimiliano M. Schiraldi
Publisher: InTech 2013
Number of pages: 248
Operations Management is an area of business concerned with managing the process that converts inputs into outputs, in the form of goods and/or services. This book presents the contributions of a selected group of researchers, reporting new ideas, original results and practical experiences as well as systematizing some fundamental topics in Operations Management.
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