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June 14, 2012: JIT Philosophy
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JIT Philosophy Introduction In managing the operation in a competent industry, the business leaders understands the emergence of essential strategies wherein they can obtain the two main goals in creating businesses - to increase profits and minimize or maintain the costs involved. Targeting these two goals has been a mystery...

April 26, 2012: Passenger Transport Operations
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Train Travel Providers Orient Express Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is owned by the Orient Express Hotels Group and operates in two parts in a regularly scheduled overnight service between London and Venice and on short excursions in southern England. Orient Express Hotels owns 30 railway cars originally used on historic ‘Orient Express’...

April 22, 2012: Service Operation and the Hospitality Industry: An Integrated Analysis of the Service Operation System in the Service Industry
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Service Operation and the Hospitality Industry: An Integrated Analysis of the Service Operation System in the Service Industry Introduction Hospitality industry is moving forward to achieve the economic sustainability for each and every country. This call for the development is not surprisingly new to the people for the there is...

April 15, 2012: Operations in a Changing World - Ocean Park Hong Kong
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Part One Ocean Park Hong Kong The subject of discussion in this report is Ocean Park, a family oriented theme park based in Hong Kong. Founded in 1977 it has become a popular leisure destination and a world class attraction for local visitors as well as tourists from outside Hong...

March 22, 2012: Business Systems - An Introductory Management Perspective
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Business Systems- An Introductory Management Perspective Assignment 2 Operations Management Decisions: Starbucks Introduction In order to stay competitive in the marketplace and to ensure marketability, the management should be able to provide high quality products with affordable cost, timely delivery and flexibility. In addition, the management should also have the...

February 27, 2012: Geology And Geological Aspects Of Taiwan High Speed Rail Project
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Geology and Geological Aspects of Taiwan High Speed Rail Project The Taiwan High Speed Rail Project refers to a new 345 km (220 miles) line designed for train speeds up to 350 kph, a US$15 billion costing fully electrified domestic passenger railway. Completed in early 2007, the Taiwan High Speed...

February 21, 2012: Evidence Based Practice Of Nursing - An Exploration Of An Aspect Of Evidence Based Practice That Is Relevant To My Own Professional Practice
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Evidence Based Practice of Nursing An exploration of an aspect of evidence based practice that is relevant to my own professional practice Introduction As people grow older, they increasingly experience age-related changes, diseases and disorders. Such conditions have profound impact on older people’s ability to balance. They become more prone...

February 20, 2012: Operations Management Decisions Of Starbucks
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Assignment 2 Operations Management Decisions: Starbucks Introduction In order to stay competitive in the marketplace and to ensure marketability, the management should be able to provide high quality products with affordable cost, timely delivery and flexibility. In addition, the management should also have the ability to differentiate the product offered....

February 20, 2012: Sample Case Study Analysis on the Minicar Segment in Europe
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Case Analysis 1. Source Problem The source problem is the unpredictable condition of the minicar segment in Europe. The minicar segment in Europe, although one of the fastest growing segments in Europe, there are different challenges that minicar manufacturers face. The minicar segment is affected by different business environment factors...

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