Apparel Manufacturing Operation Management Analysis
- Shu-Hwa Lin (North Carolina Central State University)
- Doris Kincade (Virginia Tech)
- Mary Ann Moore (Florida State University)
Rapidly changing business environments (e.g., global competition, market performance) have challenged the US apparel industry to adjust management of its manufacturing operations. Manufacturing strategy is defined as an effective plan of manufacturing capability for achievement of business goals (Wheelwright & Hayes, 1985). Planning effective operation management for apparel manufacturing is important for coping with a changing business environment and may help companies achieve a competitive advantage or maintain an already prominent position.
How to Cite:
Lin, S. & Kincade, D. & Moore, M. A., (1998) “Apparel Manufacturing Operation Management Analysis”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 1999(1).