The Institute of Operations Management

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The Institute of Operations Management aims to add value to individuals and organisations by providing access to a professional community of practitioners, consultants, academics and thought leaders that promote the theory of, techniques for and best practice in operations management. This helps organisations to support and sustain continuous improvement through sharing in a body of knowledge that can be applied in practice to make a positive difference to real business situations.


DHL implements end-to-end supply chain contract with the Metropolitan Police Service to design, procure and deliver uniforms and equipment

In an industry first, DHL Supply Chain has been awarded an initial seven year contract to deliver a National Uniform Managed Service (NUMS) in partnership with the Metropolitan Police Service...
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Post-Brexit Britain: manufacturers want UK to continue to comply with EU environmental legislation in the short to mid-term

Manufacturers want to see existing EU-led environmental legislation fully transposed when Britain exits the EU, according to a new report out today. Just a quarter of firms say that the UK...
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ARM enables autonomous vehicles with its most advanced safety processor

ARM has launched a new real-time processor with advanced safety features for autonomous vehicles and medical and industrial robots. The ARM Cortex-R52 was designed to address functional safety in...
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Servitisation: What it is, what it could mean to our business and how to go about it

When: Tuesday 5 July 2016 1845 - 2000 (Reg 1830)
Where: Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, All Saints Campus, Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6BH - Campus Map
Event Code: IOM0401

Speaker: Adrian Botham FCILT, Managing Director, Servispart Consulting

Servitisation is the management term allocated to the process by which companies who have traditionally limited their scope to providing product extend this scope into wider and potentially far more profitable areas of business.

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APICS - Master Planning of Resources (MPR)

3rd - 5th May | Corby

This globally recognised course is focussed on the knowledge and skills required by those either involved in planning or who need a good understanding of planning techniques.  This is one of the core modules in the APICS CPIM programme but is also a valued subject in its own right. 

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Inventory Control Techniques

14th - 15th June | Corby
This course focuses on stock control for bought-in items, finished goods and general stores stock control. It will demonstrate how to reduce inventory investment and how to assess and react to changing customer requirements to deliver the best customer service.

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