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    sherry west United States of America Which of these steps in operational management do you feel is most important?
    2015-04-19 18:04:18

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    sherry west United States of America Is high demand of an item in need of high production or minimum production?
    2015-04-19 18:04:25

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    sherry west United States of America Do you see how customer needs convey the amount of production needed in an item?
    2015-04-19 18:04:37

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    sherry west United States of America Do you feel manufacturing is the key function of sales, or customer needs?
    2015-04-19 18:04:59

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    sherry west United States of America Which level is most important, or are all combined important in the success of a business?
    2015-04-19 18:04:40

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    sherry west United States of America manufacturing, production, and customer needs, do you see how these go hand and hand?
    2015-04-19 18:04:19

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    sherry west United States of America Do you see how these go hand and hand. Items are manufactured and sold to customer?
    2015-04-19 18:04:26

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    sherry west United States of America manufacturing consist of inventory, service organisations , consist of customer services.
    2015-04-19 18:04:47

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    Pride Chimuti Zimbabwe Distinction between manufacturing and service organisations Manufacturing organisations produce tangible physical products or goods Service organisations produce a non-physical output and involve the customer in the production process Operations Management is a crucial function of both manufacturing and service organisations
    2015-04-18 14:04:52

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    Douglas Robillard United States of America Product building should be similar for the same companies.
    2015-04-11 00:04:40

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    Gabriel Osagiede Mali They both produce good as and services, with the manufacturing sector producing physical goods while the service sector produce non phisical commodities , they both however have the same production problem , they both concern should be centered on production quality within their production level.
    2015-03-15 23:03:24

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    FAISAL ALRAMADA Yemen What are the distinction between manufacturing and service organisations?
    2015-01-09 22:01:19

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      Caroline Monica Mphande Malawi The difference is in their end product, tangible or physical products comes from manufacturing org. while service org. the product you can not see but you can use and the customer is involved in the production process, e.g. manufactires of electricity, telephone services.
      2015-03-17 08:03:41
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    Lawrence Torh Bo-abani Ghana The disparity that exist is that , a manufacturing organisation or company do not deal directly with customers while a servicing organisation deals directly their customers in person.
    2014-12-27 23:12:39

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    Harrison Ahamefule Austria How do the services of a manufacturing organisation get to the consumer desk ?
    2014-12-18 16:12:35

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    Janet Shaw United Kingdom Operation management is very important and is a crucial function of both services. manufacturing and service organisation.Service organisation provides or produce a non-physical output that can not be kept as inventory and involves customer in production.
    2014-11-11 16:11:42

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    Kifukiau Mabanzila Gabin Zaire How does service organisation involve the customer in the production process?
    2014-10-31 06:10:47

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      Caroline Monica Mphande Malawi You can not call it the end product unless its used and its the customer who uses it, and you get a feedback of the end product from customers.
      2015-03-17 08:03:13
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      Ella Rose Mejia Malaysia feedback of the customers are used to improve services catered to them.
      2014-11-23 12:11:22
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    Anton Anderson Jamaica How to distinguish between manufacturing and services organizations
    2014-08-24 01:08:14

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    Zachary Bashore United States of America What is the distinction between manufacturing and service organisations?
    2014-08-22 02:08:30

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      Harrison Ahamefule Austria The disparity that exist is that , a manufacturing organisation or company do not deal directly with customers while a servicing organisation deals directly their customers in person.
      2014-12-18 16:12:19
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