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HR management- Assets Management- Cost Management
The responsibilities of operations managers can be direct or indirect by which each case has its limits, these responsibilities are meant for the betterment of the organizations.
costs management costs of producing goods or services are directly related to the cost of resources
The Operations Manager's has both direct and indirect responsibilities that affect the competitiveness of an organization such as: planning for human resource, asset and facilities management and strategy development among others.
operations managers responsibility is to supervise the assigned task to its subordinates to achieve good and acceptable results in an organization or firm.
operation manager do planning, control and design.
Operation manager responsibilities includes a lot of activities for example, operation processing, designing, planning, controlling etc. Also they must be interactive with the other heads of departments within the organization to keep abreast of every activities and situations that is taking place. One can rightly say that the operation manager is the brain behind a company's success or failure.
The responsibilities of the operations manager are very clear cut seeing that they have to be interacting with all other managers in the company, that is to make sure that the company's output is at its best.
Operations Manager's core responsibility is to ensure cost effectiveness without compromising on the quality of services delivered to the consumer, having in mind organisation's standard operating system.Also managing the designed system adequately for expected output from all the departmental heads. Operation manager is an overall person involve in all decision making for the organisation.
Operations managers are responsible for managing activities that are part of the production of goods and services.
Their direct responsibilities include managing both the operations process, embracing design, planning, control, performance improvement, and operations strategy.
Their indirect responsibilities include interacting with those managers in other functional areas within the organisation whose roles have an impact on operations. Such areas include marketing, finance, accounting, personnel and engineering.
The people employed by an organisation either work directly to create a good or service or provide support to those who do. People and the way they are managed are a key resource of all organisations.
An organisation\'s buildings, facilities, equipment and stock are directly involved in or support the operations function.
Most of the costs of producing goods or services are directly related to the costs of acquiring resources, transforming them or delivering them to customers. For many organisations in the private sector, driving down costs through efficient operations management gives them a critical competitive edge. For organisations in the not-for-profit sector, the ability to manage costs is no less important.