E-business, knowledge management & globalisation of service, Operation Management

E-Business, Knowledge Management and Globalisation of Services

Development of supply chains not only in manufacturing but service companies; centralised decision making; extensive use of simulations and computer models to analyse cost and business scenarios; introduction of ERP systems into services; consideration of learning from experience - tacit knowledge and the inclusion of knowledge into business operations.

 

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