University Of Houston-Victoria
Course Online Syllabus
|Department||MGMT||Course Number||6355||Section Number||23977|
|Name of Course||Oper's Mgt: Compet Advantage|
|Name of Instructor||Rauniar,Rupak|
This information may not constitute all course policies; students are responsible for all course requirements established by their instructors during the semester and all institutional policies as established in the UHV student handbook.
As a result of this course, students will
- Comprehend and apply the strategic concepts of operations management that include the planning of resources, design of products and process selection in both manufacturing and service organizations.
- Comprehend and apply project management concepts and techniques to identify and organize work flows.
- Comprehend and analyze the importance of designing and planning a supply chain which will enable the organization to achieve its strategic goals.
- Apply and analyze scheduling, execution and control of the supply chain to achieve organizational goals.
|Assignments (10 x 2%)||20%|
|Discussion Board Contribution (10%)||10%|
|Exams (3 x 20%)||60%|
|The goal report (10%)||10%|
Jacobs and Chase, Operations and Supply Chain Management,13th ed., ISBN 9780073525228.
Goldratt & Cox, The Goal,3rd Rev. ed., ISBN 088427178.
No additional readings have been recommended for this course.
List of Discussion/Lecture Topics
- Chapter 1: Operations and Supply; Chapter 2: Strategy
- Chapter 3: Product and Service Design; Chapter 4: Strategic Capacity Management
- Chapter 10: Project Management
- Chapter 5: Process Analysis; Chapter 6: Production Processes
- Chapter 7: Service Processes
- Chapter 9: Six Sigma Quality
- Chapter 9A: Process Capability and SPC
- Chapter 11: Global Sourcing and Procurement; Chapter 12: Location, Logistics, and Distribution (Pg 396-402)
- Chapter 13: Lean and Sustainable Supply Chain
- Chapter 15: Demand Management and Forecasting
- Chapter 17: Inventory Control
- Chapter 16: Aggreate Sales and Operations Planning
- Chapter 18: Material Requirement Planning
- Chapter 20: Constraint Management