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Operations & Supply Chain serves as the backbone of any business organization, be it a manufacturing facility or a service provider. It enables organizations to achieve their objectives through providing effective and efficient solutions to customer needs.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 12 of 12
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015Role of optimal production plan at the focal firm in optimization of the supply chain.M.M.Haris Aslam; Kamran Rashid; Tashfeen M. Azhar
2016Managing agro supply risks the case of potato chips manufacturing firmHaider Kazmi, Zawar
2014Designing ms supply chain management program using quality function deploymentKamran Rashid; Haris Aslam
2013Reverse logisticsIjaz Yusuf; Abdul Raouf
2012Business excellence through total supply chain quality managementKamran Rashid; M. M. Haris Aslam
2012Framework of reverse logistics: the case of pakistani industriesIjaz Yusuf
2007Aligning the supply chains of educational institutes with business strategyAsher Ramish; Ijaz Yusuf
2010South asian quality system (saqs): Model for management schoolIjaz Yusuf
2008System dynamics: an effective tool for organizational analysis and predictionSeema Arif; Ijaz Yusuf
2008Dynamics of quality auditing for system improvement: The case of pakistani industriesIjaz Yusuf
2009Impact of integrated quality improvement teams in supply chain manufacturing (scm)Ijaz Yusuf; Asher Ramish
2009Demand collaboration strategy of supply chain management improves the education quality of a business schoolAsher Ramish; Ijaz Yusuf
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 12 of 12