MBA 6063 - Operations and Supply Chain Management

Description
Operations management is primarily responsible for creating values on business output by transforming the quantity, quality, forms, and place attributes of input variables. Supply chain is the network of all firms, resources, and operations involved in the creation and delivery of products, from raw materials from the suppliers to the manufacturers, and delivery to the end user. Theoretical and quantitative concepts, models, methods, and strategies covered in the course for designing and managing manufacturing and service systems include: overview of operations & supply chain management, product & service design, manufacturing and service processes & analysis, six-sigma quality, statistical process control, strategic capacity planning, lean manufacturing, demand management & forecasting, facility layout, facility location, aggregate sales & operations planning, inventory management, materials requirement planning, operations scheduling, sustainable operations.
Credits
3
Attributes
CoBIT - Graduate
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019
Offered
M
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1