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Capacity planning and management

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Capacity planning and management. / Boydell, Briony.

Operations management. ed. / S. Paton; B. Clegg; A. Pilkington; J. Hsuan. Basingstoke : McGraw-Hill, 2011. p. 207-237.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Boydell, B 2011, Capacity planning and management. in S Paton, B Clegg, A Pilkington & J Hsuan (eds), Operations management. McGraw-Hill, Basingstoke, pp. 207-237.

APA

Boydell, B. (2011). Capacity planning and management. In S. Paton, B. Clegg, A. Pilkington, & J. Hsuan (Eds.), Operations management (pp. 207-237). McGraw-Hill.

Vancouver

Boydell B. Capacity planning and management. In Paton S, Clegg B, Pilkington A, Hsuan J, editors, Operations management. Basingstoke: McGraw-Hill. 2011. p. 207-237

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Boydell, Briony. / Capacity planning and management. Operations management. editor / S. Paton ; B. Clegg ; A. Pilkington ; J. Hsuan. Basingstoke : McGraw-Hill, 2011. pp. 207-237

Bibtex

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