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Contribution of Operations Manager in a Nonprofit Organization in Bangladesh

Labiba Tazkia, Ramit Azad and Tamanna Islam
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Labiba Tazkia: American International University, Bangladesh
Ramit Azad: American International University, Bangladesh
Tamanna Islam: American International University, Bangladesh

Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2017, vol. 6, issue 2, 130-137

Abstract: This research paper is aimed at investigating the scopes of operations managers contributing to education institution like school, which works as a nonprofit organization in Bangladesh. The sample consisted of 80 people in total, who are involved into the school activities, from two different schools in Dhaka. Data was compared and hypothesis test was done. The findings indicated that there are scopes for operations managers to work in the schools in Bangladesh to improve a school’s systems of activities involving strategy development, standard work procedure, effective service, efficiency of service.

Keywords: operations manager; nonprofit organization; strategy development; standard work procedure; effective service; efficiency of service (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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