CABWF-DP Cabinetry and Woodworking Technology

Courses and Descriptions

MGMT-1029Operations Management

Operations Management (OM) techniques are used to examine and evaluate the efficiency of work and to determine the most effective way of performing such work. This course will focus on both the strategic importance and the analytic tools of OM and how organizations use operation functions to gain a competitive advantage. We will examine the issues managers face as they coordinate day-to-day activities consistent with an overall operations strategy. Operations Management will focus on the activities that relate to the creation of goods and services through the transformation of inputs to outputs. Students will receive instruction in the systematic approach for improving work flow methods. Student input, participation, and practise are maximized through the generation of a flowchart with all the necessary information and calculations for a manufacturing process

Prerequisites

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