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Developing competitive advantage through customer service
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Developing a sustainable supply chain to add value
Operational topics include what organisational structures and methods of production are available to companies and how these are relevant to manufacturing and service industries.
Other case study topics covered include:
The types and functions of the primary, secondary, tertiary sectors of industry within the economy.
How companies determine where they site their businesses to meet production requirements or customer demand
Which method of production (batch, job, flow) is relevant to different types of product/industry
Looking at lean production and efficiency with a view to reducing waste, improving productivity and saving costs
The role of quality assurance and the difference between this and quality management
The different approaches to managing quality and efficiency (e.g. Continuous Improvement, Just-in-time, Total Quality Management). How empowerment and team-working are essential to delivering this in the organisation
Managing stock efficiently to contribute to efficiency
How research and development is central to innovation.