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Manufacturing and Service Operations – Supply Chain Fundamentals

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Description

This course prepares you for the basics of manufacturing and service operations and for your role within an organization’s overall supply chain. The course includes presentations of defining the role of manufacturing and service operations, linkages between market requirements and the selection of manufacturing processes, facility location strategies and facility layout, the importance of production planning and control in synchronizing operations, the importance of quality management and performance measurement, and the role of emerging technologies in operations.

What You Will Learn

  • Operations management and infrastructure
  • Capacity management
  • The process choice
  • Planning, control processes, and systems
  • Service operations management

How You Will Benefit

  • Review the basics of the field.
  • Gain a solid understanding of the basics of manufacturing and service operations and its role within an organization’s overall supply chain.
  • Prepare for entry-level and supervisory roles in manufacturing and service operations.

Overview

MANUFACTURING AND SERVICES MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW

STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS IN MANUFACTURING

PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES

MANUFACTURING SERVICE RELATED OPERATIONS

ASSESSING PERFORMANCE

SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY

Who should attend

This course is designed for manufacturing and operations management professionals, learners seeking to enter the profession, and other supply chain professionals seeking an understanding of the operations management domain. Typical titles include manufacturing planners, supervisors, directors, engineers, controllers, superintendents, foremen, industrial engineers, plant engineers, and operations managers.

Experts

Mr. Brown has over 30 years of experience in supply chain management operations and services as an operations manager, consultant, educator, and executive recruiter. Tim was appointed as Managing Director in the Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL). SCL is a unit of Georgia ...
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