Manufacturing strategy is a functional strategy. The concept of manufacturing strategy is often traced to Skinner’s 1969 Harvard Business Review article, “Manufacturing – Missing Link in Corporate Strategy”. Skinner suggested a top-down approach to manufacturing. Manufacturing objectives should be derived from business objectives, and then manufacturing policies developed to address these objectives. Supply chain management (SCM) is the combination of art and science that goes into improving the way your company finds the raw components it needs to make a product or service and deliver it to customers. Possible topics for your operations dissertation are:
> UGC sponsored National Seminar on Health and Environment on 26th February 2015.
> UGC sponsored National Workshop cum Field study on Infectious Diseases and Preventive medicine in collaboration with King Institute of Preventive Medicine and Research, 2014.
> Seminar on Recent Trends in Non- surgical Skin Care using LASERS in collaboration with AKJN Skin and LASER Centre, 2013.
> Workshop on Ergonomics, Calibration and ISO 8655 Standards: Pipetting Techniques in collaboration with Biohit Pipetting Academy, 2013.
> Hands on Training in Biomedical equipments in collaboration with Supreme Systems and Services, 2013.
> UGC sponsored Field Study cum workshop on Non Invasive and Separation Techniques in Management of Human Health in collaboration with BERF (Bharat Scans), 2012.
> Symposium on Role of Laboratories in Trauma care & Pre-emptive Prevention of Human Diseases, 2008.
> Symposium on Newer Challenges in Laboratory Diagnosis for Life style Diseases, 2007.
> Seminar on Precision Diagnosis of Diseases using Non – Invasive Techniques, 2006.
> Workshop on Recent Trends in Techniques of Medical Lab & Biotechnology, 2005.
> Symposium on Hi-Tech & Instrumentation in Medical Laboratory for Diagnosis of Human Diseases, 2004.
> Seminar on Current Trends in Laboratory Techniques for the Diagnosis of Human Disorders, 2003.