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Operations management is a broad term that refers to any number of business practices that together help streamline a company’s day-to-day operations. Students studying operations management may cover topics such as production, productivity and cost control, among related areas.
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Develops management skills for decision-making in the field of operations and logistics, providing new concepts, practices and management tools to improve efficiency in t
Develops management skills for decision-making in the field of operations and logistics, providing new concepts, practices and management tools to improve efficiency in the operations area. A completed over the participant is positioned by the interdependent management of the different sectors in order to ensure quality, improve productivity and achieve a greater degree of competitiveness in the company, both industrial character as services.
After the training the graduates will be able to select, implement and monitor the main techniques and tools used for proper management of material flow and management of information systems associated with the process. Managers and supervisors businesswoman production, the graduate of this program will have traveled and learned the keys to conducting operations in the areas of production, logistics, purchasing and project management capabilities that allow you to achieve greater satisfaction and loyalty customer, reduced production costs, storage, transport, financial, shopping, among others, and the total control of the projects associated with these areas....
Argentina, Mendoza, Panama, Panama City, Colombia, Bogotá, Medellín, Guatemala, Guatemala City, Ecuador, Quito, Costa Rica, San José, El Salvador, San Salvador, San Miguel de Tucumán, Honduras, San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa, Bolivia, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, Paraguay, Asuncion, Nicaragua, Managua, Chile, Santiago, Peru, Lima, Mexico, Buenavista, Buenos Aires, Cali, Spain, Barcelona, Madrid, Barreal, Resistencia, Neuquen+ 37 More
University of Tulsa College of Business Administration
Streamlining Office and Service Operations-Techniques to achieve process improvement on the business side.
Today, enormous amounts of waste exist in office and service operations. Delays, bottlenecks, errors, redundancy, work-arounds, and ambiguity abounds. Non value added work can be as high as 95 percent.
Manufacturing organizations have had great success in applying Lean techniques and trimming time and money. However there are significant challenges and differences in an office operation versus a manufacturing setting. You need a tailored approach to improving office/service operations—but there are Lean tools that you can apply.
Through simulation, cases, and by working on your own processes, you will learn and practice Lean tools to dramatically improve quality and service, while shrinking time and cost. Look at work flow, information flow and job design—not with an eye to eliminating people—but maximizing their effort. You will know which tool to use based on the goal of the effort and problems you face....
USA, Tulsa, Toledo, Springfield, Joplin, West Plains, Lebanon+ 3 More
University of Tulsa College of Business Administration
Uncover hidden problems and improve your organization’s operations with powerful and proven tools.
Does any of this sound familiar to you?
Customers are complaining
Staff is frustrated
There’s finger pointing and blaming between departments
We circumvent procedures to expedite work
Quality, service, and timeliness need improvement
Costs are too high
If you said “yes” then this program is for you.
Analyzing and Improving Operations can help you sort out the problems (people, systems, workflow, and information), find the root cause, and develop a course of action to eliminate the issue. The workshop not only focuses on the big-picture perspective of systems and organizational structure, but also will also delve into the specifics by analyzing workflow, information, and job issues....
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Generate a sustainable advantage in cost, quality, speed, and customer service to achieve world-class performance. Using real-world case studies, group workshops, and ani
Generate a sustainable advantage in cost, quality, speed, and customer service to achieve world-class performance. Using real-world case studies, group workshops, and animated computer simulation models, you explore a framework for diagnosing, improving, and designing effective processing systems and for identifying leverage points with the greatest impact on the bottom line.
This framework includes the Business Process Flow Paradigm which examines an organization as a collection of business flows with a critical link between operational drivers and strategic success. We analyze a set of "laws" representing the core science of lean operation--which describe the underlying behavior of manufacturing and service systems, including the fundamental relationships between performance measures such as throughput, work-in-progress, flow time, and process variability....
Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
Provide participants with tools and concepts that they can use today to improve their current operations
Broaden their perspectives and expand their capabilities to help
* Make the transition from focusing on shop floor and technical issues to thinking more about the business * Initiate lean manufacturing practices to lower costs and do more with less * Quickly and accurately assess a plant, service, or operation * Measure performance by financial and nonfinancial standards * Align manufacturing and operations with other business functions
Who Should Attend The Leadership in Plant Operations program has been designed to serve the development needs of manufacturing and operations managers at the plant management level, as well as those who plan to move up to the plant manager level within the next several years. Participants are typically line or staff managers, with five to ten years of manufacturing or operations-related experience, who are being groomed for higher-level postions within their company's supply chain....
USA, Ann Arbor, India, Bengaluru, United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Thailand, Bangkok+ 4 More