Transformation Process of Bisleri

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Operations Management Project

TOPIC- Transformation Process

AMITY BUSINESS SCHOOL
TOPIC- Transformation Process

AMITY BUSINESS SCHOOL

Contents
INTRODUCTION3
The Transformation Process3
The transformation model3
Types of Inputs, Transformations and Outputs5
Transformation Examples:5
INTRODUCTION TO COMPANY7
BACKGROUND HISTORY8
PURIFICATION PROCESS9
PURIFICATION PROCESS DIAGRAM10
BOTTLING PROCESS11
BOTTLING PROCESS DIAGRAM12
TRANSFORMATION MODEL OF BISLERI14
TRANSFORMATION PROCESS OF BISLERI15

INTRODUCTION
The Transformation Process
All operations produce products and services by changing inputs into outputs. They do this by using the ‘input-transformation-output' process. In other words, operations are processes that take in a set of input resources which are used to transform something, or are transformed themselves, into outputs of products and services. Transformation processes include:

* Changes in the physical characteristics of materials or customers * Changes in the location of materials, information or customers * Changes in the ownership of materials or information

* Storage or accommodation of materials, information or customers * Changes in the purpose or form of information
* Changes in the physiological or psychological state of customers.

The transformation model
Feedback loop

INPUTS

OUTPUTS
THE
TRANSFORMATION
PROCESS
Feedback loop

INPUTS

OUTPUTS
THE
TRANSFORMATION
PROCESS

There are two categories of inputs in any operation's processes; transformed and transforming resources:- 1. Transformed resources are the resources that are treated, transformed or converted in the process.

2. Transforming resources are the resources which act on or carry out the transformation process. The three main types of transformed resources include:
1. Materials: involves transforming either physically (e.g. manufacturing), by location (e.g. transportation), by ownership (e.g. retail) or by storage (e.g. warehousing).

2. Information: This can be transformed by property (e.g. accountants), by possession (e.g. market research), by storage (e.g. libraries), or by location (e.g. telecommunications).

3. Customers: They can be transformed either physically (e.g. hairdressers), by storage (e.g. hotels), by location (e.g. airlines), by physiological state (e.g. hospitals), or by psychological state (e.g. entertainment).

There are two main types of transforming resources are:

1. Facilities - the buildings, equipment, plant and process technology of the operation.

2. Staff - includes all the people involved in the operations process.

Types of Inputs, Transformations and Outputs

INPUTS| TRANSFORMATIONS| OUTPUTS|
MaterialsRaw MaterialsPurchased PartsSuppliesEnergyPeopleWorkersTechniciansSupervisorsManagersMaintenanceCustodialEquipmentLandBuildingsMachinesToolsOffice EquipmentComputers| PhysicalLocationalStorageExchangeInformationalEducationalAttitudinalPhysiological| ProductsServices|

Transformation Examples:

Physical or Chemical – Manufacturing, chemical processing, oil refining, etc.
Locational – Airline companies, trucking companies, package delivery services.
Storage – Warehousing operations, banks.
Exchange – Wholesale and retail operations.
Informational – T.V. news departments, newspapers, computer information services
Educational – Schools, colleges, universities.
Attitudinal – Entertainment industry, movie companies, theme parks.
Physiological – Hospitals and healthcare institutions.

Different types of transformation are:-
* Manufacture – the physical creation of products (for example cars) * Transport – the movement of materials or customers (for example a taxi service) * Supply – change in ownership of goods (for example in retailing) * Service – the treatment of customers or the storage of materials (for example hospital...
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