Zenios, Stefanos
January 2004
Handbook of Quantitative Supply Chain Analysis: Modeling in the ;2004, p117
The article provides information about the background of Operations Management, it concerned with the study of technological systems that produce goods or services through the repetitive execution of standardized tasks. It has also mentioned that decentralized systems are plagued by the uncoordinated actions of the multiple noncooperative agents.


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