Introduction to Operations Management (COMM 205.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
COMM 205 02 January 2017 Ashok Patil (primary instructor)
COMM 205 04 January 2017 Ashok Patil (primary instructor)
COMM 205 06 January 2017
 
COMM 205 01 September 2016 Keith Willoughby (primary instructor)
COMM 205 03 September 2016 James Cao (primary instructor)
COMM 205 05 September 2016 James Cao (primary instructor)
COMM 205 07 September 2016 James Cao (primary instructor)
 
COMM 205 01 May 2016 Emily Brazill (primary instructor)
 
COMM 205 02 January 2016 Ashok Patil (primary instructor)
COMM 205 04 January 2016 Ashok Patil (primary instructor)
COMM 205 06 January 2016 Keith Willoughby (primary instructor)

Description

Introduces students to concepts and decision-making techniques used in the design, planning, execution, control, and improvement of operations of world-class manufacturing and service companies. It begins with introductory issues such as operations strategy and forecasting, continue with design topics such as product design, capacity planning, process design, facility layout, work design, and location planning, then covers quality management and control, and finally ends with planning decisions such as inventory management, aggregate planning, material requirements planning, just-in-time systems, scheduling, and supply chain management. Time permitting, project management and waiting line management may be covered too.

Formerly

POM 391.3

Prerequisite(s)

COMM 104.3

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