Strategic operations management and it impacts on organizational efficiency and effectiveness in business organizations in Bangladesh: an empirical analysis

Jesmin Islam, Muhammad Ali

    Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookConference contribution

    Abstract

    Operations management in both service and manufacturing industries deal with the supply of goods and services and connect with the conscientiousness to make business operations efficient in terms of utilizing resources as necessary and effective in terms of gathering customers’ necessities. As such strategic operations management can create core competencies along with distinct capabilities in business organizations. The research question in this study is whether improved operations management in different business organizations in Bangladesh can lead to increased efficiency and effectiveness of those organizations. This study involves collecting data through primary sources by preparing a questionnaire and randomly conducting survey among 380 respondents. The authors suggested that through strategic operations management techniques, efficiency and effectiveness of organizations can be increased which will ultimately raise long term sustainability and competencies of companies. ______________________________________________________________________
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of 4th Asian Business Research Conference
    Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
    PublisherWorld Business Institute Australia
    Pages1-12
    Number of pages12
    ISBN (Print)9780980455724
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    Event4th Asian Business Research Conference - Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Duration: 23 Dec 201024 Dec 2010

    Conference

    Conference4th Asian Business Research Conference
    CountryBangladesh
    CityDhaka
    Period23/12/1024/12/10

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    Business organization
    Organizational effectiveness
    Operations management
    Organizational efficiency
    Empirical analysis
    Bangladesh
    Sustainability
    Competency
    Conscientiousness
    Questionnaire
    Service industries
    Resources
    Management techniques
    Manufacturing industries
    Core competencies

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    Islam, J., & Ali, M. (2010). Strategic operations management and it impacts on organizational efficiency and effectiveness in business organizations in Bangladesh: an empirical analysis. In Proceedings of 4th Asian Business Research Conference (pp. 1-12). Melbourne, Australia: World Business Institute Australia.
    Islam, Jesmin ; Ali, Muhammad. / Strategic operations management and it impacts on organizational efficiency and effectiveness in business organizations in Bangladesh: an empirical analysis. Proceedings of 4th Asian Business Research Conference. Melbourne, Australia : World Business Institute Australia, 2010. pp. 1-12
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