Rio Bravo

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Index
1. Executive summery
2. Introduction
3. Main body 3.1Operations management 3.2 Company culture 3.4 Balance score card.
4.Conclusion
5. Bibliography

Executive summary

Introduction

In the Rio Bravo company it is important that, the leadership of the company if very motivated to work at the company. The operations management plan must be implemented according to the seven points listed in the main body. This will enable them to cover all requirements. The company culture should also be to the best standards. A balance scorecard will enable Rio Bravo to take measurement on current progress.

Main Body

An operations management plan should have been implemented, the following steps will be required to implement an operations management plan. The formulation required by Rio bravo would have to be as follow.

1. Customers 2. Company 3. Competitors 4. Design and organization 5. Capacity 6. Processing 7. Problem solving and control

Customers

Team up with customers and know your customers. Rio bravo did not team up with their customers…...

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