Operations function in an organisation - method study, Operation Management

Operations Function in an Organisation - Method Study 

A procedure that has stood the test of time in the study of work entails six steps (often referred to by the acronym, SREDIM): 

1. Select

2. Record

3. Examine

4. Develop

5. Install

6. Maintain.

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