Category Archives: Operations Management

Why Should the Members of Parliament of Any Country be Paid if They Don’t Work?

“No Work, No Pay” is Followed in Every Organization for Everyone and Members of Parliament Can’t Get Scot Free if They Don’t Work Members of Parliament (MPs) can’t be exception to the rule “no work, no pay”. The case in point is … Continue reading

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Our Latest Book “Essentials of 5S Housekeeping” Published

Essentials of 5S Housekeeping: The Book Our latest publication in the series of “Essentials of a Subject” is titled “Essentials of 5S Housekeeping”. The book has been released as eBook as well as in print format. Book in both the formats … Continue reading

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Customer Orientation: The Ultimate Objective

What Is No 1 Job of an Organization and its Executives? Find customers (Identify where they are?) Get customers (Make them your company’s customers by giving them highest value; always higher than the one provided by your competitors). Retain customers: … Continue reading

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