Operations Management is the core of the manufacturing company. It is a combination of various disciplines. Presented by Jay Heizer and Barry Render (2005). Operations management or often called production management includes ten things.
1. Design of goods and services.
Associated with quality and human resources.
The quality or product quality must be maintained during construction process products (goods or services).
3. The design process and capacity.
Designing processes and capacities related to the quality, human resources, inventory, scheduling and maintenance.
4. Site selection
The choice of location associated with supply chain management.
5. Design layout.
The design layout is done after the design process and capacity.
6. Human Resources (HR) and Design work.
HR factors include safety, health, job description, work environment and wages.
7. Supply chain management.
Supply chain management is influenced by site selection and product quality.
Inventory decisions are influenced by design processes and capacity, human resources, and design layout.
Scheduling decisions are influenced by the design process and capacity, layout and HR.
Maintenance associated with maintaining the quality or qualities.