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Operations management is a multidisciplinary field that combines business logistics with elements of supply chain management. Those in operations management programs study tactics intended to help improve company efficiency while preserving business resources.
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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 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 get a ... [+]
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.... [-]
The Advanced Program of Specialization in Private Equity, M [+]
Advanced Program of Specialization in Private Equity, M
The Advanced Program of Specialization in Private Equity, M
OBJECTIVES OF THE ADVANCED PROGRAM OF SPECIALIZATION IN CAPITAL RISK, M
In recent years, Spain has established itself as one of the main international markets in terms of number of mergers and acquisitions, in general, and venture capital in particular, generating a highly professional industry around this type of operations.
In this context, the present Program addresses a complete vision of the venture capital sector and its operations, as well as the processes of buying and selling companies and their financing, providing students with the theoretical basis and the necessary tools to be able to operate in these complexes. processes.... [-]
Move one step closer to achieving the CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification by signing up for this training course which will fully prepare you for the Operational Level (P1) Performance Operations exam. [+]
The P1 Enterprise operations course covers one of the nine units that make up the prestigious CIMA Professional Chartered Management Account qualification. It will introduce you to some of the Fundamental aspects of Business Accounting.Learn how to apply costing methods, within costing systems, including the reconciliation of budgeted and actual profit margins. Understand the concepts of planning and operational variances, as well as the various standards and variances within service industries, public services and professions. Get to grips with the concept of benchmarking, and learn how to prepare reports using a range of internal and external benchmarks with the ability to interpret the results. Explain both the MRP and ERP systems. Learn about how internalised costs such as emissions, tax and waste disposal can affect the environment. Understand the need for forecasts, plans and budgets within an organisation, and how to resolve issues when conflicts within them arise. Apply a variety of forecasting techniques to calculate product/service volumes, as well as projected revenues and costs. Learn how to prepare a budget based on forecasts, projections and managerial targets. Understand and explain the processes that are involved in making long-term decisions, and learn how to calculate cash flows to ensure the long-term decisions are the right ones. Consider both financial and non-financial aspects of the decision-making process, and prepare supporting documents to emphasise the key points. Learn how to evaluate project proposals based on investment appraisal techniques. Learn how to analyse the impact... [-]
Advance your accountancy skills and expertise to the next level with this course in Enterprise Operations, which is part of the highly acclaimed CIMA Professional Chartered Management Accounting qualification. [+]
The E1 Enterprise operations course covers one of the nine units that make up the prestigious CIMA Professional Chartered Management Account qualification.Gain insight into the social, political and economic context of business, including the emergence of major economies across the world, the importance of offshoring and outsourcing and the impact of international macroeconomic developments upon an organisation’s competitive environment. Understand the relationship between internal and external governance of an organisation. Understand the value of information and the reason for the increased dependence on information systems seen by organisations worldwide, as well as how these information systems are transforming as technology advances. Learn how to overcome problems that can be faced while implementing information systems, and how to manage information system activities with respect to the wider organisation, including the related costs, benefits, security issues and system changeover methods. Learn about the different methods of quality measurement and how to implement a quality programme. Explore the concept of marketing, defining the term and the variation in the marketing environment, as well as the various theories of consumer behaviour. Understand the relationship between market research, segmentation, positioning and targeting and learn how to apply various tools to each section of the mix. Explain the role of branding and brand equity within an organisation’s marketing strategy. Learn more about the role of Human Resources within an organisation, its functions and how the department can contribute positively towards a business’ success Who is it intended for?... [-]
Enhance your decision-making skills across all areas of business with one of the courses that are considered to be one of the most relevant finance qualifications for business professionals from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). [+]
The course is broken down into three sets of objectives, so you can develop yourself across the board of operational, management and strategic essentials.Grasp the fundamental elements of organisation management, inclusive of buyer behaviour, marketing aspects, information systems and legal issues. Learn how to apply your established accounting knowledge to financial matters. This will include budgets, variance analysis, cash flow forecasts and investments, for optimum efficiency. Understand the layout of financial statements and demonstrate confidence with regards to tax, audits, assets and reporting financial performance. Explore project management and strategic analysis and get a firm grip on the fundamental techniques that a business requires to succeed. Understand the importance of leadership and develop your management skills to really ensure that you are well equipped to further your career possibilities. Understand how pricing and budgeting affect the performance of a business. Learn how the learning curve theory and break-even analysis can play an important role in business strategies. Realise how advanced management accounting, financial analysis, retirement benefits, various groups and associates can help you progress in your field. Apply knowledge of marketing, strategic management and environmental analysis, and see how they determine the overall position of a business within its particular industry. Calculate risks and manage them and learn more about the auditing process. Learn short-term and long-term how financial strategy is a fundamental building block for any growing business to build on. Who is it intended for? ... [-]
Improve operational support and analysis by applying the principles taught in the ITIL® Intermediate Operational Support & Analysis (OSA) course and get certified with this training and examination package. [+]
The ITIL® Operational Support and Analysis course will help students to master the principles included to better analyse and implement operations to meet the business needs of their service users, without negatively affecting other business matters.Planning and executing a cycle of actions to handle system and organisation events. Using pre-planned responses to service incidents with a view to minimising negative effects and delivering satisfactory outcomes. An access management process that protects internal data security. How to meet the demands of service users without compromising other operations and delivering outcomes according to agreed service levels. Service desk management tools and techniques used to record incidents, requests and events and to agree on suitable service level agreements. The functions and roles required to build a robust operational support and analysis service and to support each of the previously defined processes. The use of technology to help improve and underpin OSA frameworks and processes. Who is it intended for? ... [-]
Deepen knowledge of Logistics, Operations and quality control using, as a reference the concept of lean manufacturing (Toyotism) applied to factories and services. [+]
Students learn to increase front office efficiency and help sales grow with the knowledge and skills gained from the completion of this module. Topics include revenue management and the latest technology applications. [+]
Graduates receive an AHLEI Certificate for each module completed as well as an IHS Short Course Certificate.Course Description
Students learn to increase front office efficiency and help sales grow with the knowledge and skills gained from the completion of this module. Topics include revenue management and the latest technology applications. This module shows how front office activities and functions affect other departments and focuses on how to manage the front office to ensure the property’s goals are met.What does the programme cover? Classification of hotels in terms of their ownership, affiliation, and levels of service. The various functional areas within hotels. Front office operations during the four stages of the guest cycle. The reservations process and tools managers use to track and control reservations. The registration process and creative registration options. Typical service requests that guests make at the front desk. Important issues in developing and managing a security program. Creating and maintaining front office accounts. Functions and procedures related to the check-out and account settlement. Cleaning responsibilities of the housekeeping department. The front office audit process. Ratios and formulas used to forecast room availability. Revenue management including capacity management, discount allocation, and duration control. Effective hiring and orientation of front office staff. [-]
Students who have completed the Specialisation Package in Rooms Division Management are competent to apply hospitality-specific frontline and management skills within the rooms division. [+]
Graduates receive the Specialisation Certificate awarded by the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI), as well as a single course certificate for each module passed.Course Description
Students who have completed the Specialisation Package in Rooms Division Management are competent to apply hospitality-specific frontline and management skills within the rooms division. This programme introduces students to the hospitality industry and proceeds to cover the management of the front office, housekeeping operations, facilities management as well as general supervision.What does the programme cover?
Students are required to complete five compulsory modules. Other elective modules are available so talk to us so we can design a learning pathway that suits your needs.... [-]
This one-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate (completed in two semesters) is designed for university and college graduates seeking a career in the operations management sector. Graduates are involved in decision making related to planning, operating, and control within a business or organization. [+]
This one-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate (completed in two semesters) is designed for university and college graduates seeking a career in the operations management sector.
Graduates are involved in decision making related to planning, operating, and control within a business or organization. The curriculum will focus on applied knowledge in the field of business operations within a global economy, encompassing the planning and management of all operations (e.g., supply chain elements, purchasing, production and operations planning and control, transportation and distribution, project planning, quality assurance) involved in businesses of varying size and complexity.... [-]
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.... [-]
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.... [-]
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. [+]
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.... [-]
This program will help managers to schedule effectively the stocks of raw materials, work-in-progress and finite goods and to balance the inventory level. [+]
A 3-day module helping junior to mid-level managers to schedule effectively the stocks of raw materials, work-in-progress and finite goods and to balance the inventory level with customer demand to decrease costs and in developing methods for coping with random demand in a competitive environment.TOPICS COVEREDWhat are the stocks and what is stock management The relation stock-cash flow Setting the buffer stock Selective management of stocks - ABC method Optimization stock models with known and unknown demand Stocks and inflation Stocks of perishable goods [-]
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 them prepare for their next assignment. [+]
* 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.... [-]