Strategic Operations Management
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- interpret, analyse and evaluate theories, goals and outcomes of operations management and its relationship to the strategic direction of the organisation
- critically analyse the nature of operations management and its contribution to supply chains, value chains, strategy and quality
- critically evaluate, apply and discuss strategies and concepts from operations management to improve business practices and organisational performance
- make strategic operations management decisions to maximise the organisation’s competitive position and demonstrate leadership capacity to develop and manage strategic operations
- Introduction to Operations Management
- Strategic Operations Management
- Managing Service Operations
- Innovation Supply Management
- Managing Inventory, MRO, ERP, & JIT
- Managing the Transformation Process
- Human Resources and Strategic Operations Management
- Doing it better: Managing and Improving Quality
- Capacity and Scheduling Management
- The Future of Operations Management
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No additional requirements
In this subject students will engage with Operations Management definitions and their contribution to supply and value chains. Key concepts and tools that students will identify include supply chain drivers and components, value management, capacity planning and scheduling, process management and manufacturing quality. Analysis tool will also be applied to inform decisions that may improve the value and competitive advantage of a company.
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- Individual Case Study (35%)
- Group Assignment (30%)
- Individual Business Case (35%)