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Operations Management

Operations management is the administration of business practices to create the highest level of efficiency possible within an organization. It is concerned with converting materials and labor into goods and services as efficiently as possible to maximize the profit of an organization.

The Term

The term operations management encompasses planning, implementing, and supervising the production of goods or services. Operations managers have responsibilities in both strategy and day-to-day production, in either manufacturing or services. Sometimes called production management, the field is cross-functional, tying in with other departments such as sales, marketing, and finance. It’s involved in product or service creation, development, production, and distribution. In effect, it connects dots along the value chain.

Technology, ever changing, plays a key role in springboarding constant advancements in operations management (OM). That’s truer now than ever before thanks to budding advancements like self-maintaining smart machines (for production) and drones (for distribution). Companies that use technology well can thrive, and those that don’t may not survive. The future of operations management is going to involve increasing automation to the point that companies will not recognize the way they operate in comparison to 20 or even ten years ago.

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  • Planning: Operations managers must constantly forecast, plan, and adjust to optimize processes based on conditions.
  • Process: Production of goods or services requires having strong, repeatable processes.
  • Efficiency: Managers must troubleshoot bottlenecks, inadequate resources, and downtimes to create optimal efficiency.
  • Cost Control: Production is typically a major part of a company’s cost structure, and you must manage it wisely.
  • Quality: Good quality control is necessary to maintain customer satisfaction and the company’s reputation. Companies can greatly suffer without it.
  • Continuous Improvement: To remain competitive, companies need to have processes in place to consistently seek better ways of doing things.
  • Technology: Underlying all of these foundations is technology. Well-used technology keeps a company ahead of the curve.
  • Profitability: Executed properly, all of the above foundations lead to a strong bottom line.

 

Green Is Lean In order to incorporate true green efficiency in an operations management evaluation we use a simple method.

Does the process allow for expansion and is it good for the environment today and long into the future. A businesses profitability is valued not just by it's bottom line but also by the impact it has on it's people and the safety of the product or services in relationship to the long term and generational negative and positive environemtal impacts.

It is a known and well established fact that businesses who use green culture methods perform better.

You can learn more about our operations management polices and strategies by going to our Download page and choose the opmanagecriteria.pdf.

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