1 edition of Service operations management found in the catalog.
Service operations management
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert Johnston, Graham Clark, and Michael Shulver|
|Contributions||Clark, Graham, 1949-, Shulver, Michael|
|LC Classifications||HD9980.5 .J647 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012008747|
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service ops, customers are key inputs and sometimes processors in the system. What must be different in service operations. Breaking the Trade-Off Between Service and Efficiency Frances Frei, HBR, Nov Aggregate planning is rooted in the manufacturing sector, but many of its concepts apply to service industries, too.
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ITIL Operations Management carries out day-to-day tasks related to the management of the infrastructure components and services, according to the standards defined by Service Design Process. Service Operations Management, 3rd Edition.
Robert Johnston, Warwick Business School, Warwick University. Robert Johnston, Warwick Business School, Warwick UniversityFormat: On-line Supplement. Below are some of the best: * Operations Management by William J. Stevenson * Operations Strategy by Nigel Slack * Introduction to Materials Management by J.R.
Tony Arnold * An Introduction to Management Science: Quantitative Approaches to Decisio. It is relevant for any professional involved in the management of services, but particularly IT managers and practitioners, IT operations and support, service desk management and staff, technical management staff and application management personnel.
This publication is also available in other formats from the TSO Shop. ITIL® Service Operation. Service Operation includes five process and four functions.
Service operation deals with day-to-day activities and infrastructure that are being used to deliver the services. Service Operations is where all design and transition plans are executed and measured. From customer point of view, Service Operation is where actual value is seen.
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The course covers management and control of activities and techniques pdf are documented pdf the ITIL Service Operation publication, but it does not provide the full detail of each supporting process.
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