Operations Consulting

Operations Consulting

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OVERVIEW

MEDIA company largely depends on the data to function.

The activeness of the media therefore is determined by the information collected.

Since MEDIA produces to the public, the information gathered is critical to maintain clients satisfaction.

Both employees and clients’ surveys are conducted by the company.

The surveys aid in providing expected information by the customers

The board examines surveys made to ensure are basically aligned to its goals.

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Operations Evaluation

Before data gathering, the company should state the problem to be addressed.

Collected data should be aired in such way that end-user understand the story easily.

By so doing, the company will then meet consumer needs

The board should consider the career of the employees.

Proper allocation of the work is important in firm

Workers deliver expected information, saves time, and cost (Koller, T., et al, 2010).

The board should be well updated with every story that need to be aired, e.g. politics and economic.

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Operations Evaluation – MANEGEMENT

It’s the core duty for the management to provide, brief, precise, and clear news.

Should answer all end-user queries

Should maintain peace at all cost.

A good media is the one embracing Nations Communication Regulations

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Operations Evaluation – recommendations

The board should provide ample resources for the to the researcher for better results.

Performing cost analysis is vital to examine the profits or loss.

After model evaluation, the board can now implement the model.

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Operations Evaluation – management actions

Activities to be performed by the board;

Measure end-user satisfaction; check completeness of the model; review plan, budget, and scope; plan infrastructure and resources; and be authorized to move to the next implementation phase of the model (Van den Berg, G., et al., 2015).

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Resources and Information Required

Data collection and analysis specialists team

Collect data using flowcharts drawn using surveys.

Analyze collected data using relevant statistical and SPC tools

Provide a solved model and time for model completeness (Barlow, J. F., 2005).

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Resources and Information Required – CONT’d

Specialists keep on updating the implemented project model.

Lastly, provides a report of the analyzed data containing

Descriptive analysis and findings.

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Operations Consulting

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The Benefits of Operations Consulting

Hiring consultants to handle a certain task is less expensive compared to full time employee.

Consultants apply gained experiences and hence have expertise on media corporation.

Consultants can provide a solid perspectives obtained from other companies which can aid in ousting them.

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References

Barlow, J. F. (2005). Excel models for business and operations management. John Wiley & Sons.

Koller, T., Goedhart, M., & Wessels, D. (2010). Valuation: measuring and managing the value of companies (Vol. 499). john Wiley and sons.

Robert Jacobs, F., Richard Chase, B. (2014). Operations and Supply Chain Management (14th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.

Van den Berg, G., & Pietersma, P. (2015). Key management models: the 75+ models every manager needs to know. FT Press.

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