i need someone take an exam on my e－course Operations Management. Here is the syllabus of the course, as soon as possible please. i need at least 90 score on this exam.
A study of how
organizational processes add value as they convert inputs to outputs. Topics
covered include the strategic relationship of operations with other functional
organizations, value chain concepts, quantitative methods of operations,
including forecasting models, inventory models, statistical process control,
process models and project management methods. The course also provides a
review of current supply chain philosophies such as JIT, MRP, and EOQ inventory
To provide a basic knowledge of forecasting
methods, quality management methods, process design, dependent- and
independent-demand inventory models, task design, aggregate planning,
short-term planning, product design methods, and an introduction to the
techniques of project management.
Student Learning Outcomes
On completion of the course, the student should be able to:
1. Apply forecasting models, inventory models, statistical quality
control, and queuing models to business scenarios.
2. Apply project management techniques to business projects.
3. Determine optimal ways to design, supply, and run processes to
convert inputs to outputs.
4. Discuss the relationship of operations to manufacturing strategy.
5. Differentiate between economy of scope and economy of scale.
MGT3371, QM2241, IS2241.
No specific sequence as long as SLOs are met.
The student is expected to participate
in the course via email exchanges (or other communication) with the instructor,
by reading the assigned readings, participating in the Teleconference sessions,
submitting assignments, and completing exams in a timely fashion. Students are expected to check their emails
daily and the announcements at least every 48 hours.
Operations Management (Pearson Custom Business
Resources) (Looseleaf), 2012.
The textbook provider for the eTROY of Troy University is MBS
Direct. The Web site for textbook
purchases is http://www.mbsdirect.net/Index.htm .
Students should purchase the ebook option available on the myomlab
website (www.myomlab.com) and
will need to also purchase access to the online homework grading system.
Students should have their textbook by the first week of class.
Not having your textbook is not an acceptable excuse for late work. Students
who add this course late should refer to the 'Late Registration' section for