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PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT. Introduction. Instructor. Prof. Jesús Galván Ph. D. Telecommunications Engineering Independent consultant: Telecommunications strategy Business Reengineering Training management Internet. Course objectives and description:.

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production and operations management

PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

Introduction

POM - J. Galván

instructor
Instructor
  • Prof. Jesús Galván
  • Ph. D. Telecommunications Engineering
  • Independent consultant:
    • Telecommunications strategy
    • Business Reengineering
    • Training management
    • Internet

POM - J. Galván

course objectives and description
Course objectives and description:
  • Basic methods and models of production management and operations research.
  • Inventory control and demand forecasting.
  • Emphasis is on analytical techniques of POM and modern topics such as lean production involving just-in-time systems, computer-integrated manufacturing, etc

POM - J. Galván

learning objectives
Learning objectives:
  • Upon completion of the course the student will be able to:
    • Demonstrate a competent knowledge of the basic methods and models of production management and operations research
    • Discuss the various elements of inventory control and demand forecasting
    • Analyze and evaluate the various techniques of operations research
    • Define and illustrate the use of such systems as lean production and computer integrated manufacturing
    • Demonstrate a familiarity with the assigned additional readings

POM - J. Galván

course structure
COURSE STRUCTURE
  • Student class presentations
    • Cases available from instructor
  • Class dicussions
  • Lecturing
  • Midterm exam
  • Final exam

POM - J. Galván

grading policy
Grading policy:

POM - J. Galván

course chapters
Course chapters:

0_INTRODUCTION

1_PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

2_OPERATIONS STRATEGY

3_OPERATIONS IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT

4_MANAGING QUALITY

5_FORECASTING

6_DESIGN OF GOODS & SERVICES

7_PROCESS STRATEGY

8_CAPACITY PLANNING

9_LOCATION STRATEGIES

10_LAYOUT STRATEGY

11_HUMAN RESOURCE

12_SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

13_INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

14_AGGREGATE PLANNING

15_MRP

16_PROJECT MANAGEMENT

POM - J. Galván

materials
Materials
  • Basic Text: Heizer, J., and Render, B., Principles of Operations Management with Student CD, 7th ed., Prentice Hall, 2007. ISBN 0132449757
  • Course slides: Available at http://www.ingesfor.com/BA537/BA537.htm
  • Cases: Available at http://www.ingesfor.com/BA537/BA537.htm and through e-mail

POM - J. Galván

case presentations
Case presentations
  • Case presentations will take place during every class.
  • 22 cases have been scheduled
  • Every student must choose presentation dates
  • The number of cases each student must present depends on the overall number of students in the class
  • Cases will be forwarded to students by instructor
  • Presentations will take place at the beginning of the classes
  • Presentations should be made using Powerpoint
  • Contents of the presentations
    • Contents of the case
    • Personal opinion about the contents
    • Difficult points (not understood, unclear, etc.)
    • Class discussion about the presentation

POM - J. Galván

methodology
Methodology

POM - J. Galván

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