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Anila Alam


The primary focus of this research article is to investigate the significant influence that operations management strategies have in improving the performance of organizations. It elucidates the complex influence that operations management methods have on key performance indicators like as profitability, customer satisfaction, and competitive advantage by conducting a complete analysis of the relevant literature and empirical data. When it comes to boosting efficiency and innovation, the findings underline the value of simplified processes, technology integration, and strategic alignment with organizational goals. In addition, the research highlights the significance of cross-functional cooperation and the development of human capital in the process of cultivating a culture of operational excellence. In conclusion, the paper emphasizes how important it is to prioritize operations management as a strategic imperative in order to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage and long-term success in the dynamic business climate that exists today.


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