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Careers in Transportation by Laura Mars (Editor)Careers in transportation and logistics offer a wide array of options for today's job seeker. As our transportation system becomes more technologically advanced, demand for workers with specific skills with continue to grow. Today's career options in this industry segment run the gamut across several sectors, and include both domestic and international jobs.
Publication Date: 2019-11-01
The Aerospace Business: Management and Technology by Wesley SpreenThis textbook provides a detailed overview of industry-specific business management and technology management practices in aerospace for relevant bachelors and MBA programs. The Aerospace Business: Management and Technology sequentially addresses familiar management disciplines such as production management, labor relations, program management, business law, quality assurance, engineering management, supply-chain management, marketing, and finance, among others. In this context it analyzes and discusses the distinctive perspective and requirements of the aerospace industry. The book also includes subjects of special interest such as government intervention in the sector and strategies to deal with the environmental impact of aircraft. As each chapter deals with a separate management discipline, the material reviews the historical background, technical peculiarities, and financial factors that led the aerospace industry to evolve its own distinct practices and tradition. Theoretical bases of the practices are explained, and the chapters provide actual examples from the industry to illustrate application of the theories. The material is compiled, organized, and analyzed in ways that often provide original perspectives of the subject matter. University students, particularly in programs oriented towards aviation and aerospace management, will find the book to be directly applicable to their studies. It is also extremely appropriate for aerospace MBA and executive MBA programs, and would suit specialized corporate or government training programs related to aerospace.
Publication Date: 2019-10-18
Introduction to Basic Manufacturing by C. S. JawalkarCovers core basics and information about the major manufacturing processes. Practical examples, numericals and case studies have been included to elaborate the matter. The subject matter is presented in simple manner with practical approach so that the students need not search references and materials. As most of the interdisciplinary students face difficulties to refer to the existing (elaborated) texts and books in manufacturing since manufacturing is not their core area. This problem has been addressed clearly in the text and the subject has been made interesting and worth reading in a very simple manner. An effort has been made to give a clear picture of existing technologies, their advantages, limitations and applications.
Publication Date: 2016-06-30
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