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Subject
Operations Management - OPMT

Course
7170

While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

  • Utilize multiple quality tools (e.g., SPC) to engage in continuous improvement processes and measure those gains.
  • Use the above techniques on products to reduce costs through alternate ingredients, packaging minimization, etc.
  • Perform root cause analyses including the “5 whys” analysis and Ishikawa diagrams.
  • Apply Process Mapping and related VA/NVA and Cycle Time concepts to improve processes.
  • Apply basic principles of ergonomics to improve efficiencies in a manufacturing environment with respect to employee activities and continuous improvement practices.
  • Apply principles of six sigma and lean manufacturing to product and process improvement.
  • Use basic financial tools relating to accounting and budgeting to track improvements.
  • Calculate a basic ROI or the impact on COGS.

Effective as of Winter 2015

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