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SCM 6301/6A01 - Production & Operations Management (Smith)

Lisa Martin, librarian

Orolando Duffus

Welcome

This resource was designed to provide access to resources needed for the Production & Operations Management course.
 
If you are off campus or using the UH wireless network, a CougarNet Login is required to access all of the UH Libraries electronic resources.  Please contact UH Campus IT via their website if you encounter difficulties.
 
The Supply Chain Management Research Guide  has additional resources available for this discipline.

Assigned Reading List

  1. Hayes, R. H., & Upton, D. M. (1998). Operations-Based Strategy. California Management Review, 40(4), 8-25
  2. Sunil Chopra, Martin A. Lariviere.  (2005). Managing Service Inventory to Improve Performance. MIT Sloan Management Review, 47(1), 56-63.
  3. Sciarrotta, T. (2003). How Philips Reduced Returns. Supply Chain Management Review, 7(6), 32-38.
  4. Kapuscinski, R., Zhang, R. Q., Carbonneau, P., Moore, R., & Reeves, B. (2004). Inventory Decisions in Dell 's Supply Chain. Interfaces, 34(3), 191-205.
  5. Watson, K. J., Blackstone, J. H. , Gardiner, S. C. (2007). The evolution of a management philosophy: The theory of constraints. Journal of Operations Management, 25(2), 387-402.
  6. Melnyk, S., Davis, E., Spekman, R., & Sandor, J.. (2010). Outcome-Driven Supply ChainsMIT Sloan Management Review, 51(2), 33-38.
  7. Michael Hammer, Carole J. Haney, Anders Wester, Rick Ciccone, & Paul Gaffney. (2007). The 7 Deadly Sins of Performance Measurement and How to Avoid Them. MIT Sloan Management Review, 48(3), 19.
  8. Plambeck, E., Lee, H. L., & Yatsko, P. (2012). Improving environmental performance in your chinese supply chain. MIT Sloan Management Review, 53(2), 43-51

Non UH Resource: Supply Chain Quartley

The following link will take you to a resource not subscribed to by the University of Houston Libraries. This article may be withdrawn by its host at anytime.

Supply chain strategies: Which one hits the mark?

 

Harvard Business Review - Articles

The publisher of the Harvard Business Review has prohibited libraries from establishing a permanent link to articles published within the journal. Students and Faculty must retrieve articles directly from the Business Source Complete database. 

  1. Ferdows, K., Lewis, M. A., & Machuca, J. A. (2004). Rapid-Fire Fulfillment. Harvard Business Review82(11), 104-110.

  2. Hammer, M. (2001). The super-efficient company. Harvard Business Review, 79(8), 82-91.

  3. Aron, R., & Singh, J. V. (2005). Getting Offshoring Right. Harvard Business Review, 83(12), 135-143.

  4. Womack, J. P., & Jones, D. T. (2005). Lean Consumption. Harvard Business Review, 83(3), 58-68. 

  5. Bohmer, R. J. (2010). Fixing Health Care on the Front Lines. Harvard Business Review88(4), 62-69.

  6. Chironga, M., Leke, A., Lund, S., & van Wamelen, A. (2011). Cracking the Next Growth Market: Africa. Harvard Business Review89(5), 117-122.

  7. Fisher, M. L. (1997). What Is the Right Supply Chain for Your Product?. Harvard Business Review75(2), 105-116.

A how-to-video has been created to guide you through the process. The image below also displays the steps for retrieving an article from the Harvard Business Review journal.

Video: How to retrieve Harvard Business Review articles located within Business Source Complete.