opstm571 | Graduate
Operations Management In Technology
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Process Selection and Design
- Describe factors that affect process development.
- Describe the project selection process.
- Design flowcharts and metrics to improve process performance.
- Explain the system engineering role in the product development process.
- Apply learning curve theory to increase individual and organizational performance.
- Evaluate a process by applying Six Sigma statistical process control techniques.
- Describe approaches to Total Quality Management (TQM).
- Design a project implementation plan.
- Evaluate different inventory models.
- Analyze scheduling and controlling techniques.
- Apply Goldrattâs Theory of Constraints to identify and overcome process bottlenecks.
Supply Chain Design
- Design a supply chain to increase value.
- Evaluate factors that guide strategic capacity planning.
- Analyze current applications of lean production.
- Apply forecasting concepts to process analysis.
- Apply aggregate operations planning techniques to minimize the cost of resources to meet demand.
- Design a Material Requirements Plan (MRP).
- Define facility requirements in terms of production needs and desired output.
- Analyze the factors that affect facility location choices.
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