Pusan National University
Busan, South Korea
Area of Study
Business Administration, Business Management
Taught In English
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Hours & Credits
This course is an introduction to operations management. The topics covered include both strategic issues and practical applications. The objective of this course is to provide students with a clear presentation of the concepts, tools, and applications of the field of operations management. This course concentrates on the technological issues of business activities and presents managerial and mathematical techniques used to provide goods and services. It also enhances the understanding of global issues related to the management of operations.
This course consists of introduction to operations management, system design, quality management, supply chain management and inventory management, scheduling, and project management. Major topics are following:
- Introduction: strategy
- System design: product and service design, capacity planning, process selection and facility layout
- Quality management, supply chain management and inventory management
- Scheduling: aggregate planning, MRP and ERP, JIT and lean operations, scheduling
- Project management
Expected Major Achievements
1. Understand the concepts and techniques of operations management
2. Integrate operational perspectives into students' overall business skills
3. Analyze key business processes by using business data and provide solutions to improve the processes
Lecture is the primary instructional method of this course. Secondary instructional methods include homework, quizzes, discussions.
Stevenson and Sum, Operations Management, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill Education.