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Computer simulation predicts employee response to contemplated plan redesigns . 1995. ... Systems dynamics modeling for residential energy efficiency analysis and management . Journal of the Operational Research Society 46 , no .

Author: Keith Klafehn

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0899307329

Category: Business & Economics

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A readable, lucid discussion of the ways in which microcomputer simulation models can benefit the management of production and service processes, and how to operationalize them.
1996 By Keith Klafehn

Author: Blackmore, W. R

Publisher: R.P. Frye

ISBN: 0919741509

Category: GPSS (Computer program language)

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1986 By Blackmore, W. R

See heuristic, operations research (OR), optimization. simulation – A representation of reality used for experimentation purposes; some types of simulations are called Monte Carlo simulations. In operations management, a computer ...

Author: Randal Wilson

Publisher: FT Press

ISBN: 9780133742695

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 681

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For operations managers, running a smooth and efficient organization is more crucial than ever -- and it's more difficult, too. Fortunately, there's a secret to success: a proven approach and toolset that can help operations managers free up resources, eliminate unnecessary meetings, and get more done faster. The approach is named "The Power of Completion," and the tools have been honed by expert project managers through decades of experience. In The Operations Manager's Toolbox, operations manager and PMP-certified project manager Randal Wilson shows how to apply the Project Management (PM) discipline to completing the crucial "smaller" tasks that can help the organization quickly drive substantial improvements in efficiency and performance. ¿ The Encyclopedia of Operations Management is the perfect "field manual" for every supply chain or operations management practitioner and student. The field's only single-volume reference, it's uniquely convenient and uniquely affordable. With nearly 1,500 well-organized definitions, it can help students quickly map all areas of operations and supply chain management, and prepare for case discussions, exams, and job interviews. For instructors, it serves as an invaluable desk reference and teaching aid that goes far beyond typical dictionaries. For working managers, it offers a shared language, with insights for improving any process and supporting any training program. ¿ It thoroughly covers: accounting, customer service, distribution, e-business, economics, finance, forecasting, human resources, industrial engineering, industrial relations, inventory management, healthcare management, Lean Sigma/Six Sigma, lean thinking, logistics, maintenance engineering, management information systems, marketing/sales, new product development, operations research, organizational behavior/management, personal time management, production planning and control, purchasing, reliability engineering, quality management, service management, simulation, statistics, strategic management, systems engineering, supply and supply chain management, theory of constraints, transportation, and warehousing. Multiple figures, graphs, equations, Excel formulas, VBA scripts, and references support both learning and application.
2013-08-08 By Randal Wilson

tect could devise a computer - based ' model which would simulate the movement of people through the building according to the probability ... Simulation is especially useful in the design of very complex operations processes .

Author: Mike Pycraft

Publisher: Pearson South Africa

ISBN: 1868910709

Category: Just-in-time systems

Page: 829

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2000 By Mike Pycraft

CASE STUDY Computer simulation : a model of efficiency Computer controls are cutting costs in process industries , writes Michael Kenward . ... A less risky alternative is to simulate the operation of the chemical plant in a computer .

Author: Andrew Greasley

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 0748720847

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 334

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Operations Management in Business is a comprehensive textbook that provides the ideal introduction to operations management for business students. Packed with case-study examples, it allows students to explore the key issues in operations management in a practical, applied way, and to appreciate the place of operations within business as a whole. What are its key features? A focussed coverage geared specifically to the requirements of introductory modules in operations management; incorporates recent work in such areas as international service and small business operations; and an applied, case-study driven approach which enables students to learn more effectively and independently.
1999 By Andrew Greasley

In operations management, a computer simulation is often used to study systems, such as factories or service processes. The computer simulation model allows the analyst to experiment with the model to find problems and opportunities ...

Author: Arthur V. Hill

Publisher: FT Press

ISBN: 9780132883702

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

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This is the perfect "field manual" for every supply chain or operations management practitioner and student. The field's only single-volume reference, it's uniquely convenient and uniquely affordable. With nearly 1,500 well-organized definitions, it can help students quickly map all areas of operations and supply chain management, and prepare for case discussions, exams, and job interviews. For instructors, it serves as an invaluable desk reference and teaching aid that goes far beyond typical dictionaries. For working managers, it offers a shared language, with insights for improving any process and supporting any training program. It thoroughly covers: accounting, customer service, distribution, e-business, economics, finance, forecasting, human resources, industrial engineering, industrial relations, inventory management, healthcare management, Lean Sigma/Six Sigma, lean thinking, logistics, maintenance engineering, management information systems, marketing/sales, new product development, operations research, organizational behavior/management, personal time management, production planning and control, purchasing, reliability engineering, quality management, service management, simulation, statistics, strategic management, systems engineering, supply and supply chain management, theory of constraints, transportation, and warehousing. Multiple figures, graphs, equations, Excel formulas, VBA scripts, and references support both learning and application. "... this work should be useful as a desk reference for operations management faculty and practitioners, and it would be highly valuable for undergraduates learning the basic concepts and terminology of the field." Reprinted with permission from CHOICE http://www.cro2.org, copyright by the American Library Association.
2012 By Arthur V. Hill

Author: Willbann D. Terpening

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ISBN: 0078354897

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BEST PRACTICES IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT A Spicy Challenge for Horseradish Planning 256 BEST PRACTICES IN OPERATIONS ... IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Computer Simulation of Check Processing Operations 351 Multiple-Level Processing and Output ...

Author: Ken Boyer

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781111785598

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 592

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Boyer/Verma's breakthrough text meets today's student and instructor's needs and redefines the marketplace. Their text is briefer than most, taking all of the vital core concepts and building upon them with current and fresh examples. The authors understand the importance of striking a balance by creating a book that does an even better job at covering the core concepts while also providing customers with a new product that fully addresses and approaches this course area from today's teaching and learning perspectives and actual business practices. The three unifying themes throughout the book are Strategy, Global Supply Chain, and Service Operations. Strategy will serve as an overarching framework and will be used in each chapter to present students with an alternative approach to specific challenges. The authors uses examples from non-US companies and/or organizations in each chapter to incorporate Service Operations in the book. They also show that even some of the largest manufacturing companies today have extensive service activities such as customer support and product development. The Global Supply Chain theme will allow students to see how products move through different companies and countries with Boyer/Verma's use of real world examples throughout his text. In addition the robust Cnow course allows instructors and students to go beyond the printed text to get the most from this exciting operations management program. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
2009-01-29 By Ken Boyer

It is our honor to introduce the Operations Management Game (OMG!), the first customizable serious simulation ... Almost all of our SSGs were developed using various computer simulation technologies, which is part of our lab's core ...

Author: Akhmad Hidayatno

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781304555007

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Author: J. Burdon

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ISBN: OCLC:643376399

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1995 By J. Burdon