OP 300 Operations Management
Introduces operations as a functional area of management and explores its links with other key functional areas of the firm. Students will learn about the acquisition and allocation of resources, product and process design, process improvement techniques, supply chain and materials management, operation of the production system and technology deployment to support and improve the entire value chain. Both manufacturing and service systems will be explored. Students will be introduced to contemporary operations management issues, such as just-in-time systems, flexible production systems, agility, mass customization, process reengineering and quality management programs. Prerequisite(s): MATH 40 or MATH 240 . Cross-listed with and equivalent to: MBA 322 .
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