Defining the Ideal Operations Manager

Hulett, Kirk
September 2008
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2008 Practice Management Solutio, p11
Academic Journal
The article discusses the attributes the author feels that operations managers should possess. Several areas of responsibility that an operations manager has are discussed including projects, people and processes. Specific duties that financial managers have within these responsibilities are mentioned, such as hiring staff, making sure tasks are completed correctly and creating efficient work processes. Suggestions are provided on how to hire an operations manager.


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