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Fundamentals of Operations Management Course Outline


Fundamentals of Operations Management Course Outline

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Operations management

This course covers topics related to operations management such the difference between manufacturing and services organisations, characteristics of operations managers, and  the relationship between operations, productivity and competitiveness. This is extremely useful for anyone interested in a career in operations management.

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Operations management strategies

This free online course covers topics related to operations management such as facilities location and layout, scheduling, materials requirement planning and evaluation of performance. This is extremely useful for anyone interested in a career or is already working in the area of operations management.

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Applying operations management

This course covers techniques associated with operations management such as inventory management techniques and quality management techniques. This is extremely useful for anyone interested in operations management.

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