Upon succesful completion of this course, students are expected to: identify business operational problems and issues; assess outstanding knowledge and skills of the operation and supply chain management and business in multidisciplined and multifunctional organizations to a set of strategies and directions to achieve organizational competitive advantage; analyze and evaluate various operations and supply chain management concept and tools to propose solutions in developing organizational value; develop strategic innovation through the implementation of operation and supply chain excellence in the business process as an important aspect of creating organizational value to win the industry; derive and compute optimal policies/variables and performance measures such as costs/profits; and propose implementation operation and supply chain excellence based on ethical analysis both in the local and international contexts.
This course provides knowledge in designing and manufacturing a product and service and in distributing it to customers in order to provide a high-quality product or service at a reasonable cost. It also facilitates learning on how effective operations management becomes a key ingredient of success and how operations and supply chain integrate with other functions in the company. This course emphasizes processes of inter-related work activities characterized by specific inputs and value-adding tasks that produce specific outputs. This course also explores the key issues associated with the design and management of industrial supply chains.
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