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Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

2006

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Where Should The Action Be - Inside The Classroom Or Outside The Classroom? A Comparison Of The Action-Learning Outcomes In Singapore, China, Korea, New Zealand And Australia, Jens Mueller, Wee Liang Tan, Hanjun Hu, John Thornton Jan 2006

Where Should The Action Be - Inside The Classroom Or Outside The Classroom? A Comparison Of The Action-Learning Outcomes In Singapore, China, Korea, New Zealand And Australia, Jens Mueller, Wee Liang Tan, Hanjun Hu, John Thornton

Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

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Have We Taught Our Students The Right Stuff?, Jaydeep Balakrishnan, Kum Khiong Yang Jan 2006

Have We Taught Our Students The Right Stuff?, Jaydeep Balakrishnan, Kum Khiong Yang

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Operations Management involves managing the resources that are required to convert inputs to outputs. These resources include materials, capital and people which requires decision making within the operations function to be cross functional (Schroeder, 2000). The resulting impact is that whenever an operations manager makes a decision, he or she should be cognizant of its impact on other areas within the firm, such as finance, marketing and human resources, as well as the external partners such as suppliers and customers. Our question is whether Production and Operations Management (POM) educators are training students adequately to make the necessary cross functional ...