Management and Operations Management Theory Term Paper by writingsensation

Management and Operations Management Theory
A look at the four functions of management and the operations management theory.
# 69233 | 1,147 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Oct 16, 2006 in Engineering (Operations Research) , Business (Management)

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The functions of management and operations management go hand in hand. This paper defines the four functions of management - planning, organizing, leading (motivating) and controlling, together with the operations management theory. It then provides an analysis of how the functions of management affect the operations management.

The Four Functions of Management
Operations Management Theory
Impact of Management Function on Operations Management

From the Paper:

"As the goal of organizing is to produce better results, similarly leading or motivating is necessary for an organization to extract maximum performance out of the workers. With appealing incentives, workers would work honestly and put in their best. This in turn would save the company time and there would be a complete control of the managerial department over things like production control and quality control. When an employee is rewarded for work hard done, then it is only natural that they would put in the most effort. An employee would by nature be well-organized thus bringing the load off the managerial department as far as quality control is concerned. It would also give a higher rate of production and an organization can comply with increasing demands."

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