Are there different types of operations systems, Operation Management

1. Are there different types of operations systems? 

Ans: Yes, characteristics show that manufacturing companies break down into categories as do service organisations. Once the type of system is known then many of its characteristics become clearer. For instance job shops or service shops, mass production or mass services - each show differing characteristics shared by other organisations within the same grouping.

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