ops420 | undergraduate
Operations Management Capstone
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Quality Management of the Supply Chain
- Distinguish between key characteristics of total quality management, lean, Six Sigma, and statistical process control methodologies.
- Recommend the best application of each statistical tool in the quality control process.
- Design lean/just-in-time workflows.
Improve Capacity by Eliminating Waste to Fulfill Forecasts and Improve Capacity
- Create forecasting models and simulated cycles.
- Integrate capacity planning and facility location analysis to improve output.
- Construct a facility layout to optimize throughput.
Designing Material Flows and Jobs in the Facility
- Formulate several work system designs.
- Integrate inventory management practices into work flows.
- Recommend and defend an aggregate planning method.
Planning and Project Management
- Formulate enterprise resource planning and material planning schema.
- Integrate scheduling and prioritize project management deliverables in facility operations.
Operations Management: Strategy and Design
- Evaluate the impact of operations management on the overall business strategy.
- Describe the interaction between product design and process selection.
- Compare and contrast supply chain management with operations management.
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