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2021 Spring

INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT - INDEPENDENT STUDY - MGT681 Spring 2021


Course
Greg Pezda
For information about registration please contact our admissions.

The course examines decision making in operations management, focusing on those who are responsible for producing the goods and services sold by a manufacturing or service organization. This course will be taught with as many practical examples as possible. Topics include process analysis and design, quality and productivity management, Just-in-Time (JIT) analysis, and the role of these topics in formulating and executing competitive strategy.

Here is the course outline:

1. Intro

Feb 5

intro

2. Global Macro Environment

Mar 15

Global Macro Environment

3. Operations Process Analysis

Feb 12

Operations processes

4. Culture, History, Geography, Politics

Culture, History, Geography, Politics

5. International Product Development, TQM

Feb 19

TQM

6. Facility_Location_Layout

Mar 5

Facility Location and Layout

7. Globalization, Regional Structures

Globalization, Regional Structures

8. Linear_Programming

Mar 12

Linear Programming

9. Project_Planning

Mar 26

Project Planning

10. Inventory Control / Economic Order Quantity

Apr 23

Inventory Control / Economic Order Quantity

11. Decision Analysis

Decision Analysis

Decision Analysis

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