Description

Develop an understanding of the essential skills and competencies of operations management including the areas of product and service, supply chain, inventory, forecasting and capacity planning, operations scheduling and quality management. This 10 pack of practical courses is designed to assist you in developing your business operations management skills.

Pack inclusions:

  • Operations management and the organisation
  • Operations management: Product and service management
  • Operations and supply chain management
  • Operations management: Inventory management
  • Operations management: Forecasting and capacity planning
  • Operations management: Operations scheduling
  • Operations management: Management of quality
  • Operations management: Facilities planning and management
  • Risk management: Identifying risk
  • Risk management: Dealing with risk

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Learning objectives

Audience

Anyone looking for develop their operations management skills.

Operations Management and the Organization

Gain a basic understanding of the key concepts, functions, and goals of operations management in the services and manufacturing sectors

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Operations Management: Facilities Planning and Management

This course introduces the goals, processes, and strategic considerations of facilities management and discusses what to consider when selecting a facility's location. Examples of different facility layouts are included. Additionally, it examines the specific factors to consider when planning and managing facilities for service organisations.

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Operations Management: Management of Quality

Explore key quality performance objectives and their measures. Identify some quality management principles and how they help organisations achieve their quality-related goals. The course will also discuss quality management activities that are typically carried out at each phase in an organisation's operations.

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Operations Management: Operations Scheduling

Explore basic concepts on scheduling in both manufacturing and service organisations. Walk through the main objectives, benefits, and levels of scheduling. Using an example, explore the practical considerations of scheduling. The course also discusses two approaches to loading work center and helps you understand how to use various sequencing rules to schedule work orders.

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Risk Management: Dealing with Risk

This course examines the third stage of risk management – dealing with risk.

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Risk management: Dealing with risk (41370363) - Online

Risk Management: Identifying Risk

This course examines the first stage of risk management - identification of risk factors.

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Risk management: Identifying risk (41370355) - Online

Operations Management: Product and Service Management

Gain a broad overview of the product and service management functions from an operations management perspective.

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Operations and Supply Chain Management

Gain a basic understanding of supply chain management in manufacturing and service organisations.

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Operations Management: Inventory Management

Inventories include an organization's raw materials, work in process, supplies used in operations, and finished goods. A major part of organization's capital and costs are involved in maintaining and managing inventories. Consequently, organizations work to achieve an ideal size of inventory to reduce costs and improve the bottom line while ensuring their ability to make products and services available to their customers.

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Operations Management: Forecasting and Capacity Planning

Explore basic concepts related to demand forecasting and capacity planning. Discuss key characteristics of various demand patterns and four major demand forecasting variables. Follow a typical demand forecasting process applied in manufacturing and service organisations. Identify the advantages of effective capacity management and explain some basic strategies to manage an organisation's capacity.

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