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Processing planning is a decision making phase too, you just don't command employees to go and work, you as an OM or Supervisor should have mapped out what you intend to achieve using the available resources, all in line with the overall goal of the organization par time.
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Operations management: Depending on the product or the service designed by any organisation it will have a ready plan on how production and service will take place. The amount of production or service will determine the layout of the organisations facilities. In regards to the actual production process the decisions lies with the nature and number of goods or the service to be produced within the space and activities to be carried out by the employees.
process planning involves knowing what approach to be used after the design of the product/service have been made, nature and number of product to be carried out,availability of space and also skilled employees for the actualization of the product.
Process planning is basically the implementation of the product or service into production. This involves assessments methods of production. This is based on the kind of product, its market value and requirement, its continuity and its future of demand.
Business Management - Operations management - operations management
strategies: process planning
Process planning is determined by the nature of the service to be
provided and the available space
Once a product or service has been designed, the organisation must plan
for its actual production. This involves assessing the production methods
currently available (e.g. project, batch or continuous) and determining
which of these is appropriate for the organisation. This decision will be
based on the nature and number of goods or services to be produced, the
space available and the activities  that need to be carried out by
employees in the actual production process. This will also involve
determining the layout of the organisation's facilities and how they will
be used in the production process.
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