The Learning Curve. Presented by Brian Filtz. The Learning Curve. Introduction Theoretical definition of the learning curve The history and initial purpose for learning curve implementation Brainstorming exercise How the learning curve works Real world examples Class exercise Summary.
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Presented by Brian Filtz
**Learning curves apply to manufacturing and service operations, health care fields, government operations, and in a non-technical approach, our daily lives.**
“We are currently juniors or seniors majoring in OISM or OISIB. We do our best to not fall asleep when Frank Chelko lectures, but sometimes our eyelids just weigh too much for us to stay awake. Our first exam was not really hard, but for those who did not study (and they know who they are) they should study the notes more often and read the book!”
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