by Ted James
Publisher: BookBoon 1911
Number of pages: 70
This book covers the area of operations strategy. Operations strategy is is considered in many organizations as the implementation of an improvement approach such as lean operations. The author also covers business process reengineering, enterprise resource planning, quality, project management, etc.
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