The paper "Production and Service Management of Race-Tune Company" is a perfect example of a case study on management. This paper analyzes how Race-Tune production and services have resulted in the improvement of organizations' inputs and development in general. Development of manufacturing is crucial for the economic development of any organization and especially a period like now that we have recovered from the global recession. Therefore Governments should be at the forefront to ensure that there exists infrastructure development. The paper discusses Race-Tune mechanisms used to ensure efficiency in service delivery and enhance product development.
It takes a retrospective approach of a study carried out in Race-Tune to assess the impact of production and operation management outcomes. Most organizations don’ t have a mechanism to improve production and service delivery and this greatly compromises the organization's service delivery and outputs. Efficiency is also a crucial mechanism that affects a companies output as it determines if the company will meet the demand from the market. There is also a conclusion of what was learn both the positive and negative impacts of production and service mechanisms in the Race-Tune company. Analysis of the Race-tuned extractors Production and operation management is a process that uses resources in production.
It is a process of adding value to the product and services by following pertinent policies and methods in an organization. It is a process that transforms the input into a refined product and services that meet the quality objective of a company. Production management specifically refers to the manufacturing of the products whereas operation management is limited to the services only (Manadevan, 2010). The main activities that characterize both production and operation management are developing and directing the departments that are technically and physically engage in manufacturing.
Other activities that are major to the process are industrial labor management, production analysis, equipment maintenance, panning of material, and cost control (Handfield, 1994).
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