Substitutes for Strategy
- Fads, fashion and the ‘new’ approaches to operations
- Total quality management (TQM)
- Business process reengineering (BPR)
- Six Sigma
- Some common threads
- Chief operations officers and chief executive officers
- Operations directors and managers
- Heads of departments
- Senior operations executives, officers and staff
- Those who wish to gain a comprehensive understanding of the interaction between operational resources and market requirements.
- Those who wish to transform their companies’ prospects through the way they manage their operations resources strategically, turning their operations capabilities into a formidable asset.
- Those who wish to use operations strategy as a major source of competitive advantage in for-profit businesses or the route to achieving social welfare in not-for-profit enterprises.
- Those who appreciate operations strategy as central, ubiquitous and vital to any organisation’s sustained success.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand some ‘new approaches’ to operations and the extent to which they can be seen as ‘strategic’, as well as how they fit into operations strategy.
£535 + VAT