Harvard Business Review

HBR: The History And Future Of Operations

By Marco Iansiti, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School
June 30, 2015   /   1 Minute Read
The History and Future of Operations

Below is a summary from the article published in Harvard Business Review in June 30, 2015.

Summary. It’s time to rethink what we mean when we talk about “operations.” Operations is not only about manufacturing. Operations is and has always been what gives an organization the power to act: to create value for its customers; to capture value for its shareholders; and to share value with its ecosystem. In the era of ubiquitous digital technologies, operations empowers an increasing variety of organizations, ever more modular, connected, and distributed, ever more centered on software and data.

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