There are four types of operations management:
Planning involves setting goals and objectives and determining the best way to achieve them. It also includes identifying resources, estimating costs and timelines, and creating schedules and plans.
Organizing involves putting the plan into action by creating and implementing structure, assigning tasks and roles, and ensuring that everyone has the resources they need to do their job.
Leading is all about motiviation, inspiration and driving the team to achieve results. It includes setting the tone, communicating the vision, and providing feedback and support.
Controlling is about monitoring progress, making adjustments as needed, and troubleshooting problems. It includes setting KPIs, tracking metrics, and analyzing data.