Operations Strategy Case Study Essays and Term Papers

  • Operation Strategies Case Study

    The impact of inclusive and fragmented operations strategy processes on operational performance Steve Browna*, Brian Squireb and Mike Lewisc a School of Business, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter EX4 4PU, UK; Decision Sciences and Operations Management, Manchester Business School, Booth...

      10205 Words | 44 Pages   Student's t-test, Factor analysis, Strategic management, Survey methodology

  • Management 313 Operations Strategy Case Study

    Capacity and Process Technology Strategy Advice for Bonkers Chocolate Factory: A central aspect of the dynamic problem facing a business in an evolving and competitive industry is the decision about additions to productive capacity. The purpose of this report is to provide strategic advice for the CEO...

      1791 Words | 5 Pages   Strategic management, Economies of scale, New product development, Competitive advantage

  • Operations Strategy Rumack Case

    Marketing Strategy: In contrast with the research findings of Scherer at al., it is that in the pharmaceutical company large number of the diversified portfolio might not return huge profits. The strategy of the Rumack pharmaceuticals was that they expanded their product range to sustain and then capitalize...

      830 Words | 3 Pages   Strategic management, Production (economics), Marketing strategy

  • Operations Case Study 1

    Sakina Garagoz Operations and Supply Chain Management Emin Ilyas 16/09/2014 Case Study #1 1. As we can see from the graph placed above, Capable Toys is First-Tier Supplier of LeapFrog Company, which provides products/services directly to the firm. Additionally, there are several Second-Tier Suppliers...

      714 Words | 3 Pages   Supply chain

  • Operations Case Study

    need was acute, and top management ensured that the necessary resources were made available. • The end user of the system had a graduate degree in Operations Research and thus understood the conceptual design of the system. He was instrumental in gaining management support for the linear programming...

      3121 Words | 17 Pages   Inventory, Purchasing, Linear programming, Conceptual model

  • Case Study on Operation Management

    Final case study on Fresh Salads Ltd: The Iceberg lettuce harvest Harvinder kaur ratol (1210240) University Canada West Professor: Chris Tabi MBA 510: Operations Management 23rd March 2013 Abstract This paper illustrates the importance and use of operation management in order to deal with different...

      1158 Words | 4 Pages  

  • Operation Case Study

    specialty products. The Advanced Products Division (APD), which manufactures the specialty products, has reformulated its corporate strategy. As a result, its manufacturing strategy should also be revised. In the past, APD has manufactured custom products in low volume for its customers. The division...

      1031 Words | 4 Pages   Inventory, Quality (business), Strategic management, Automation

  • Operations Case Study

    VEA Bringing Learning to Life Program Support Notes Senior Secondary Operations Management A Case Study of a Hotel Teacher Notes by Debra 28 mins McNaughton, B.A., Dip.Ed. Produced by VEA Pty Ltd Commissioning Editor Lisa Tancredi B.A. Executive Producer Simon Garner B.Ed. © Video...

      2566 Words | 9 Pages   Service (economics), Product (business), Resource, Master production schedule

  • Operations Management Case Studies

    1. Introduction This report focuses on the case studies of the Levi Jeans workers and the California Auto Club reengineering customer service. It looks at operations management as a source for gaining a competitive advantage and overcoming potential problems experienced within and organisation or workplace...

      3751 Words | 15 Pages   Business process reengineering, Two-factor theory, Job satisfaction, Maslow's hierarchy of needs

  • Case Study Operations Management

    CASE STUDY Presented by: To: March 28th 2012 Question 1 i) Airline Company Revenue The impact of overbooking and thus bumping passengers off of flights affects both airline and customer. Since the demand for services vary frequently, there are unique aggregate planning problems. Airlines...

      1105 Words | 4 Pages   Overselling, Online shopping, Retail, Point of sale

  • Operation Management Case Study

    Case 1: Daikin China (word count 983) Daikin? Maybe you are not familiar with this brand. It doesn’t matter. When Daikin entered China market in 1990, many Chinese consumers always asked same questions, “What is Daikin?”, “Where does Daikin come from?”, “What products does Daikin operate?”, or “Is...

      2038 Words | 6 Pages   Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese medicine, Qi, HVAC

  • Case Study - Operations Management

    positioning. The key issue of this meeting was the benchmark report which compared SIG Combibloc to its main competitor Tetra Pak. The results of the study were striking: “Whereas both companies are head to head in all major qualitative aspects, SIG Combibloc lags behind in speed of implementation of...

      7228 Words | 20 Pages   Tetra Pak, Purchasing, Safety stock, Bullwhip effect

  • Infosys Bpo- Operation Strategy Case

    Infosys BPO- Operation strategy case analysis Table of Contents Introduction 3 Problem Analysis 3 Possible solutions 4 Case 1 : Dedicated resources for each queue 4 Case 2 : Common pool of resources for each stage 5 Case 3 : Dedicated resources for simple and complex processes 6 Case 4 : Common...

      1099 Words | 6 Pages   Productivity, Strategic management, Business process outsourcing

  • Strategy Case Study Citybird

    Strategy Executive Memo Citybird Issue Citybird has decided to launch the concept in Lyon that could not be appropriated to the city and the population. The problem of obtaining the insurance for two-wheeled taxis is also a challenge. The market isn’t sure and the...

      602 Words | 2 Pages   Strategic management

  • HP Case Study - Strategy

    Chinese low cost PC manufacturer, Lenovo, is now the market share leader. Over four primary sections, we performed an analysis of Hewlett-Packard’s strategy in the PC industry. First, we performed an external industry examination to obtain information on the current conditions of the market, including...

      4225 Words | 17 Pages   Profit (economics), Hewlett-Packard, Strategic management, Labour economics

  • Case Studies as a Strategy of Inquiry

    ------------------------------------------------- NRI 7360 QUALITATIVE FIELD METHODS STRATEGY OF INQUIRY – CASE STUDY Alex Zachariah UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA NATURAL RESOURCE INSTITUTE ...

      1918 Words | 6 Pages   Case study, Sociology, Qualitative research, Research

  • Marketing Strategies on Case Study

    CASE STUDY RAVI SOAP FACTORY COMPANY OVERVIEW PROBLEM DEFINITION: DECLINING SALES VOLUME The company is currently experiencing declining sales volume due to a stiff competition in the market. Customers are switching brands based on television commercials. Since the arrival of cable television...

      1374 Words | 5 Pages   Nirma, Procter & Gamble, Marketing, Selling

  • Apple Case Study of Strategy

    growth in tough recessionary times with premium pricing while many of its competitors deliver poor results. In a phrase --it's their superior branding strategy. A company's brand name is often its most valuable asset. Simply put a "Brand" is a name that consumers associate positive or negative benefits...

      760 Words | 2 Pages   IPod, Macintosh, Apple Inc., Brand

  • strategy, case study

    1. Memorial University of Newfoundland Strategy B7000 @ FBA_MUN Majid Eghbali-Zarch B7000 Fall 2014 Strategy B7000 @ FBA_MUN Majid Eghbali-Zarch B7000 Fall 2014 Memorial University of Newfoundland Table of Contents WestJet: The Pearson Decision.....................................

      54066 Words | 401 Pages   WestJet, Low-cost carrier, Equity (finance), Airline

  • Case study- Global strategy

    Edrick Bitantes Clarisse Lanugan Rose Vi Crisostomo Jennica Tahinay Case Study- Global Marketing Strategies Introduction On paper, global marketing is undoubtedly a great concept. The idea of leveraging a marketing strategy across multiple markets seems to be nothing but beneficial. It saves effort...

      1770 Words | 6 Pages   Global marketing, Innovation, Marketing, Advertising