Operations management is a useful piece of business jargon you’ll see bandied about in presentations, your COO’s LinkedIn page, and the resume of everyone in your HR department. But what does it mean to be an ops manager? Let’s break it down:
Operations management is the logistics chain for everything that happens in your business. Typically, ops people are the ones in charge of bringing efficiency to the workplace.
Everything from the layout of the desks in your office to the hardware and software you use, to the handling of relationships between material or service providers that your company works with, and even what kind of TP your office keeps in stock is taken care of by someone in ops.
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