OIE 500 - Analyzing And Designing Operations To Create Value

Description
The operations of an organization focus on the transformation processes used to produce goods or provide services. In this course, a variety of statistical and analytical techniques are used to develop deep understanding of process behavior, and to use this analysis to inform process and operational designs. Topics such as measures of dispersion and confidence descriptions, correlation and regression analysis, and time series mathematics will be explored. Operations design is driven by strategic values, and can be critical to developing and sustaining competitive value. Philosophies such as lean thinking, as well as technology-based techniques such as optimization and simulation, are explored as a means of developing robust and effective operations.
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School of Business Course
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
W, F
Avg. Class Size
45
Avg. Sections
2