Here is the listing of Best reference books on Operations Analysis.
|1. “Production and Operations Analysis” by Steven Nahmias
Book Review: This book presents the analytical methods that are used to support the functions of production and operations management. The book also covers state of the art quantitative models that are used in operations and are presented in an easy to understand manner. The book also teaches higher level courses, different examples and many more. This is a very good textbook for senior level undergraduate production and operations analysis courses.
|2. “Supply Chain Management” by Sunil Chopra and Peter Meindl
Book Review: This book is suitable for senior level undergraduate supply chain management courses. The book also provides a framework for understanding supply chain management. The book introduces high level strategy and concepts thereby providing the students with practical method that help them solve supply chain problems. The book guides the students with key drivers of supply chain performance that includes inventory, transportation, sourcing and pricing. The book is also equipped with many case study examples where students can learn the dangers of poor supply chain management.
|3. “Production and Operations Management: An Applied Modern Approach” by Joseph S. Martinich
Book Review: The book covers many quantitative methods along with qualitative topics. The book contains many examples that illustrate the logic and analytical thought process of modeling and its implementation and behavioral analysis. The book also includes four different plant tours that include both manufacturing and service operations. The book also demonstrates the importance of operations management in real companies. The book also contains sections on ecological implications throughout.
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