Production Operations Management
Introduction to production management; product and service planning, competitive priorities; quality management; statistic process control; process design, new technology; capacity planning; location decision; facility layout; material management; production planning; master production schedule; inventory management; MRP; JIT; project management; scheduling; operations as a competitive weapon. Applications of deterministic operations research methods, including linear, integer, goal, and dynamic programming, to various problems such as product mix, blending, transportation, transshipment, assignment, routing, network, and inventory.
This class will provide better knowledge on how to acquire world-class warehouse management. Participants will understand the challenges faced in warehouse and finding solutions to the challenges. M ethods of storage, racking and materials handling equipment and warehouse capacity planning and layout will also be discussed.
The movement of goods and services from producing to consuming units; development and organization of distribution systems; transport and storage problems, including location, warehousing, inventory and mode of transport considerations; logistics and strategies of distribution process.
A study of the quality control problem in the production of goods and services. Emphasis will be placed on statistical methods such as control charts and sampling plans. These techniques will be applied with the objective of controlling product quality and process performance. A quality control application for a real company will be investigated
The Strategic Management course examines how firms achieve, sustain, and renew competitive advantage, and explores what managers do to increase the likelihood of success. Obtain an in-depth understanding of the process of strategic management; develop the conceptual and theoretical frameworks, which underpin contemporary strategic management and planning; encourage a critical awareness of the uses and limitations of the conceptual and theoretical frameworks; develop analytical and application skills, so that knowledge may be transferred to the student's own work organization; create an awareness and receptivity to trends and changes affecting today's strategic management decisions .
The student must apply what they had learns thru the whole courses and apply it into a case study given related to the entire subject and put in a documentation or project and presented it on the final semester. The project must be related to what the student had study and related to the real world environment